86% of employees and executives cite lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures.
Is your collaboration strategy and technology working for or against the business?
Collaboration is a necessity in work and in life. As today’s modern workforce demands more of business in terms of how work happens, our capabilities to collaborate must be as agile as our workforce and be available in real-time, both in-person and across virtual spaces which support any place and device, in order to remain effective.
Collaboration for the Modern Workforce requires a strategy that envelopes not only traditional e-mail but also real-time chat, audio, video and simple integration across tools, workflows and resources on which it depends. An effective Collaboration strategy must include the ability to contribute to the goals of the business as well as the individualized goals of the Modern Workforce – goals that demand flexibility, intuitiveness and automation; goals that centralize, simplify, and help surface meaningful and high-value work while eliminating the mundane and tedious steps necessary to get there; goals that demand simplification in getting work done with people.
Collaboration is about working with “someone” in order to create “something”, and if the process to collaborate with “someone” is complex, that “something” will either take forever to create, or never be created at all.
Make Collaboration simple.