Collaboration tools are now being deployed widely within organisations, with a particular focus on team and project collaboration. What is all too often forgotten, however,…
While collaboration tools are spreading rapidly, what has often been overlooked is the frequent need to include external collaborators.
Collaboration: by stealth or by design, to a few or to all, in some form or other organisations are getting into it. Those that do,…
Establishing team spaces for projects can be one of the most productive uses of collaboration tools. Projects have a lot of information to share between…
A case study of building collaboration within WWF, by bringing together people who are already working together.
Establishing team spaces for projects can be one of the most productive uses of collaboration tools, but they must be closed when the projects end.
This article explores the human face of collaboration, touching upon a range of enterprise issues and considerations.
This briefing outlines some practical steps that all organisations should take to help business areas and staff make the best of collaboration tools.
In the short-term, a ‘gardening’ approach to collaboration must be taken, encouraging good uses and cleaning up dead sites.
There is no one-size-fits-all collaboration solution and a portfolio of technologies should be put in place.