Is it possible that today we are operating in a new economy, one in which collaboration is inevitable?
The European Commission has taken a people-centric approach to collaborative knowledge sharing, in the process breaking silos, facilitating the flow of information, reducing contradictions and increasing synergies.
Smart collaboration takes time. But it generates higher profits, inspires greater customer loyalty, helps attract and retain the best talent, and delivers greater innovation when specialists collaborate across silos.
McKinsey & Co has a long tradition of taking the pulse around digital social tools, often dubbed Enterprise 2.0.
How can you ensure the implementation of a new strategic direction that is reflected in employee and management behaviour?
We live in very disturbing times.
Digital media is transforming how organisations work. The twin factors of technology empowerment and the democratisation of work is enabling companies to deconstruct, disperse and detach work from employment.
More than 95% of people in the workforce either have a boss or are a boss (or both).
Wikipedia, which started in 2001 as a hobby project belonging to a small community, has become an organisation that deals with its exponential growth through collaborative thinking and creativity.
We often depict the digital workforce as something made up of futuristic individuals, mostly millennials, who intuitively make the most of technology and the freedom it purports.