If you need to solve complex tasks, it is better to do it collaboratively than competitively. Christiane Eder experienced this herself during her time in project management for developing automated solutions, and the emphasis on cooperation is also what drew her to agile working methods. Cooperation must allow, withstand and resolve dissent—a skill that Christiane Eder uses when working with teams. She recognizes the abilities that are present in a team, and uses her structured approach to raise these skills to a level that makes them usable by the team.
Mutual respect is important for Christiane Eder. Only then is it possible to respond to one another, create something new and make sustainable changes.