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Lars Plougmann

Light is waves *and* particles, at the same time. Work is process and collaboration. I can subscribe to your view wihtout having a conflict with my fascination for effective collaboration. It all depends how you look at it and how you measure your lap times.
Within each step of a process, work may get done in a collaborative fashion (process contains collaboration).
Processes may evolve through collaboration: four steps ABCD becomes a more effective three step AXD.
And umpteen different variations on that.

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Lars, obviously you're right - good analogy with the "laptime"! Every event, task or whatever can be as wide or narrow you want - rather a practical issue in the end I would think :)

Collaboration in itself is sequential too, just like the commenting we're doing here, and in being sequential it becomes accountable and possible to better etc.

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