The present research explored the concept of collaborative readiness within a logistics command and control center which was undergoing an organizational change targeting collaborative processes. A series of collaboration-centric items were piloted during an ongoing organizational assessment which was administered to approximately 240 personnel. The results suggested that collaborative readiness could be conceptualized by four overall dimensions: 1) general effectiveness and attitudes, 2) technology adaptability and external collaboration, 3) collaboration enablers, and 4) job characteristics.
Lyons, D. B.,
Swindler, S. D.,
Wolf, D. J.,
& Vinvent, P. J.
(2007). Assessing Readiness for Collaboration in Military C2 Centers. 2007 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 420-425.