The Collaborative Habit: Life Lessons for Working Together – Twyla Tharp

“A clearly stated and consciously shared purpose is the foundation of great collaborations.”

“Creative disagreements between sympathetic collaborations spur new ideas. You need a challenging partner.”

“A great partnership is a lab where change happens every day.”

“Before I start any collaboration, I list exactly what resources I’ll require to do the job and then try to find out if the institution is prepared to provide them.”

“The ultimate best result of any collaboration is learning to look through your collaborator’s eye.”

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