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Dear Friends, just need few solutions on how to create a strong coordination among two different departments means built strong relation, create synergize to maximize enviroment etc. To do so what are the steps we should take. Need your usual support.
From Pakistan, Karachi
Hi Worldo,
This is one of the biggest & common problem usually been encounter by the HR department. The best way to create a strong coordination between departments is to conduct various team activities among different departments.Let me give you an example of hospitality industry,there are various departments in a hotel, lets take 2 depts ,where work can't be done without coordination -Food & Beverage Department(kitchen) and F& B service department. As a Hr person we should conduct various team building activities with all the departments, activities include various games like tug of war, quiz competition, racing, etc.In these activities you should include all the department members , not only the white color employees but also blue color employees( mixture of a TEAM). Through these kind of activities, it creates coordination not only among within the department but with other depts also.
These kind of activities should be done once in a 3 months or 6 moths.

From India, Delhi
Thanks Mayank....
Actually I am working in pharmaceutical industry and the problem exists b/w two business units. they donot share their best practices to other BU. so we need to provide certain suggestion which will help to creat cooperative environment. one is that to invite them on dinner / breakfast etc. i need few suggestions in bullet point which will altimately create synergize to maximize environment b/w two BU.
Looking forward for your positive response.

From Pakistan, Karachi
Hello Umair
I do agree with Mayank and if you can see openly, you can do it as you're from same industries. Here I'll suggest you to go with games which require team work not only with in but also for opposite team. That train's them team work ...
All the best ...

From India, Delhi
Hi Umair
Pharmaceutical firms are usually knowledge-driven. Sharing knowledge or best practices does not come so easily between two Business Units. The usual syndrome "what I get out of sharing my best practices?". In simple terms, the benefit angle, ego problems between unit heads and the absence of company policy about "sharing best practices or knowledge" come into picture.
This problem cannot be solved by periodically conducting games or dinners. Both Units need to be made aware of the benefits of sharing to them, as well as to the entire company.
A Knowledge-base (as propounded by Knowledge Management Gurus) is to be established. All the best practices from all departments need to be fed into this Base. Incentives to be given for sharing knowledge and best practices.
Knowledge capture, access to knowledge, and retrieval of knowledge by any department at any time, these could solve some of the issues.
Bookish solutions, apart, you need to identify, the obstacles in sharing:

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