Siloed ways of working evoke negative connotations, but are they always a bad thing? Had an interesting conversation about this with one of my favourite teams at Auckland Transport recently. For them it’s not about breaking silo’s down, it’s about building connections/bridges, and making those connections explicit to all stakeholders. Having a common goal and integrated planning will support this.
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