1. Prioritize communication
Collaboration requires communication. Build a culture that focuses on communication, from weekly leadership team meetings to written status updates. If the team is remote, encourage people to frequently talk on the phone or do video chats.
2. Use a tool
Consider a simple, lightweight tool like. It lets everyone share quick written status updates at the end of every week to better collaborate together.
For example: suppose the VP of Customer Success shares an update about some upcoming customer initiatives in the next month. The VP Marketing reads that weekly update and realizes, “oh, here’s an area where I can help the VP Customer Success with additional design resources.”