Collaboration alone is not enough

Getting collaboration right isn’t just about selecting a new chat tool, and thinking about collaboration in isolation misses the point. To fully maximise the transformational opportunities afforded by new technologies requires whole systems thinking, ensuring all the elements of communication, process and knowledge are harmonised.

To Chat, or Not to Chat, for Effective Business Communication?

“To Chat, or Not to Chat: …” …that is the question”, to paraphrase William Shakespeare, but, in the context of effective business communication in a mobile-centric world, is this question really the one that you should be asking? It seems that business organizations today are looking to borrow from the …

6 Reasons Why You Need Mobile Collaboration in Business

  Whether smartphone, ultra-portable laptop or tablet, mobile devices are more common in business now than ever before. While not every business encourages the use of mobile devices in the workplace, collaboration on these devices can be achieved with productive results. Here are six reasons why businesses need mobile collaboration. …

How to Get Your Team Working More Efficiently

When productivity slumps, the work isn’t the only thing that suffers. Morale also sinks with it. Sometimes the morale issues cause the efficiency decline, sometimes it goes the other way. But if you need to improve your team’s efficiency, there are some tried and proven ways to do it. Be …

HR Performance Event 2012 – BroadVision Seminar Sessions

Enterprise social network solutions, as well as changes in employee expectations regarding communication and collaboration at work, are placing additional challenges on HR Departments as the guardians of organisational culture. Both the desire for and the nature of these social business solutions is here to stay. HR need to navigate …

Enterprise Connections

“Let’s begin to tap the astronomical, incomprehensible amount of talent in the brains of the 6 billion people on this planet, compared with which Newton is a match in the dark at 100 miles.” James Burke – Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History, Episode 18 “A Fly on James Burke’s Wall” How …