Collaboration

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Thriving Teams: Expectations v Reality

According to the Harvard Business Review, “94% of businesses said agility and collaboration are central to their growth, but only 14% say their collaboration processes are working well.” As humans, we are social beings and enjoy working with others, so even a small improvement in collaboration performance improves work outcomes and employee experience. But it’s…

What is the interesting new conundrum of Microsoft Teams?

Recently there have been several highly reputable independent studies that reveal a worrying potential aftereffect of the Covid19 crisis on your organisation and possibly your team. Before the Covid crisis, SWOOP Analytics released the most significant benchmarking study of Microsoft Teams ever undertaken. 57,000 people in 50 organisations. The results show that 83% of teams…

The future of work

Insights from our community In August, we had many conversations, attended events and read widely about the future of work. This is not a new topic; what is new is that leading organisations now have answers and experiences to guide others. A recent McKinsey post starts “Work is changing. Digital communications have made remote work…

How to transform your workplace for the future

Insights from our community Our latest Collaborative Circle hosted by Workplace by Facebook invited 12 leaders to discuss digital collaboration, sharing success and learning across a wide range of issues. These leaders spanned organisations including ADAPT, DeakinCo., Elders Rural Services Limited, Event Hospitality & Entertainment, Facebook Inc., Flight Centre, Lendlease, LJ Hooker, NBN, NSW Department…

The (secret) powers of collaboration

Insights from our community The Power of Reflection Over recent months, we’ve completed a massive series of projects that highlight the importance of building capability through reflecting on performance. Engaging with around 70 diverse teams including Sydney Trains, Elders, HealthShare NSW and Commbank, we’ve learnt the power of taking the time to ‘pause and reflect’…

Innovation @ Microsoft [Case Study]

Shared learnings on how being social – using applications such as Yammer – is essential for collaboration and innovation Microsoft hosted the cohort and the team from Digital Infusions, a digital consultancy specialising in social innovation through digital platforms (i.e., Yammer). Scott Ward, CEO of Digital Infusions, presented a session on how social platforms such…

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