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Collaboration is being talked about everywhere. Digital collaboration tools are being rolled out daily, yet they are struggling to deliver on the promise of seamless cross-organisational collaboration. Poor adoption. Confusion. Change stress. Uncertainty. These are just some of the challenges that come with the proliferation of social collaboration tools and their expansive feature sets.
To find answers we need to look past the tools. We need to understand that tools don’t switch on collaboration, people do. We need to change the conversation from ‘collaboration tools’ to collaborative people.
Based on 15 years’ hands-on experience, Designing Collaboration sets out a framework of 7 elements designed to evolve and build the behaviours necessary for people to become great collaborators in the digital workplace.
Digital collaboration tools don’t create collaboration just by being present. Collaboration occurs when the tools are used by collaborative people.
The Innosis people-first Designing Collaboration approach has been designed as a DIY tool to kick start healthy collaboration. It puts people and collaborative behaviours back at the centre of the discussion, where they should be.
In partnership with Innosis, we’re offering the PDF Senior Leaders Playbook as a free download, to help you lead successful collaboration in Australia. The Playbook is a slim, cut-to-the-chase volume that allows senior leaders to see at a glance the actions required from them to build great collaborative behaviours across their workforce. The user-friendly workbook format provides an easy way to record progress as they go.
Visit the Innosis website for more books in the Designing Collaboration series:
- Designing Collaboration Playbook for Team members
- Designing Collaboration Playbook for Middle managers and Team leaders
- The full book, ‘Designing Collaboration: An Essential Handbook for Today’s Digital Workplace’, by Alister Webb with Andrew Pope