Collaboration is crucial for any kind of organization that wants to be productive, adaptable, and creative. When people are collaborating, profits increase and things get done. When they’re not, your organization loses time and energy.
Why, then, do many organizations struggle to provide collaboration tools their employees will actually use? Dynamic Collaboration shows how leaders can harness the power of Web 2.0 and use it to tap into the collective intelligence of their organization.
Dynamic Collaboration offers practical advice to help you answer questions like these:
- What tools does your organization need to help facilitate collaboration?
- How do you ensure that your personnel will use those tools?
- How can you protect your privileged information from unauthorized users?
Whether you are a leader in the public or private sector or a technologist, you’ll discover ways to help your team solve problems they wouldn’t otherwise have solved, get work done quicker than ever before, and feel connected because they are working together toward a common goal.
Based on their years of experience helping organizations of all kinds–both private enterprises and government agencies–Ray Schwemmer and Rick Havrilla offer practical advice to help readers choose the right tools to facilitate collaboration and integrate them into the existing tools that employees are already using so that there is a seamless transition between working independently and working collaboratively.