Collaborative work is not always smooth

Kathy Duncan, professor of management, speaks about her research on how collaborations can go wrong due to uneven workloads and lack of communication Tuesday at the faculty lecture in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room. / photo by Litsy Tellez
Kathy Duncan, professor of management, discusses her research on how collaborations can go wrong in some situations Tuesday at the Quay Davis Executive Board Room. Her talk “Collaborative Research: Exciting or Exasperating?” was part of the weekly Faculty Lecture Series. / photo by Litsy Tellez
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