In an April 2015 Harvard Business Review article titled "There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration," Ron Ashkenas writes, "Having worked with hundreds of managers over the years, I’ve seen that very few admit to being poor collaborators, mostly because they mistake their cooperativeness for being collaborative." What's the difference between the two? Per Corey Moseley, "Collaboration is when a group of people come together and work on a project in support of a shared objective, outcome, or mission [it implies shared ownership and interest in a specific outcome], while Cooperation is when a group of people . . .