- collaborative + -ly (Wiktionary)
“It started with Google Docs, which, when you work collaboratively, which is the way that I work, it's an incredible resource.”
“It has the ability to manage mailing lists, tag collaboratively and search an individual or group repository of bookmarks.”
“The organization is built on the idea of collaboratively working among different people to accomplish a common goal, he said.”
“In order to attend the conference, both a district's superintendent or chancellor and the head of the local teachers union had to sign a pledge to work "collaboratively" and to, among other things, hold "each other accountable for results" and find ways to advance the "hiring, retention, compensation, development and evaluation of a highly effective workforce.”
“This policy doesn’t go as far as I’d prefer, but the idea of collaboratively-created, online medical information resources is still a very new one, and I am increasingly confident that the physicians at the Cleveland Clinic who maintain AskDrWiki will continue to embrace good ideas from outside their endeavor and will take appropriate steps to ensure the information it contains is accurate.”
“He suggested auditors might work "collaboratively" with regulators and rating agencies, along with boards and management to discuss risk.”
“The state has said it will work "collaboratively" with community leaders for property reuse.”
“Washington, Mar 29: US National Security Adviser General James Jones has said that Washington and Islamabad will decide 'collaboratively' whether to continue US drone strikes inside Pakistan as they were turning out to be effective against militants hiding there.”
“She works "collaboratively" with an experienced author, making no claim to having written the books herself - "I couldn't possibly; I'm not a writer" - and her daughters help with the storylines.”
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