There are plenty of corporate-ready tools for communication and collaboration out there, but you may be able to improve the way your employees collaborate just by using social networks they’re already familiar with.
The bossless office: Is it the wave of the future or an idea that will always be a utopian dream, given the inevitable intrusion of human nature?
Companies are changing dramatically – and so are the skills and focus needed for success.
Having enemies in the workplace is often destructive. Ideally you should try to work with your rival instead of against him. But if your collaborative efforts fail, try one of these strategies instead:
We praise collaboration for improving problem solving, increasing creativity, and spurring innovation. Done correctly, it does yield all these benefits. But it can also be scary. Here are three facts you have to accept, and embrace, about collaboration before it can work: