5 Collaborative Principles to Guide You on Your Collaborative Journey
Many of the biggest challenges in an organization boil down to ineffective communication. If an organization can communicate better, then it can perform better. Poor communication can be disastrous and effective communication can propel an organization forward.
What is your Organization’s Attitude to Video?
Attitude or culture on its own won’t lead to success. Culture is a catalyst that will either enable or encumber plans and initiatives. You still need plans, actions and strategies, but if you have a poor attitude or corporate culture towards an initiative, the chances of success will be hampered and often times derailed. There are many successful video deployments and many unsuccessful video deployments. Whether a deployment is successful or unsuccessful ultimately can be traced to the corporate culture or attitude of an organization toward evolving to video communications.
The Difference Between a Virtual Audio Call and a Virtual Video Call?
Anyone who has been a part of an audio conference call will understand some of the shortcomings that come along with it. How can we eliminate or mitigate these shortcomings and provide a richer communications experience?
Does Rich Communication accelerate the velocity of collaboration?
Some communications technology tools will help us interact directly with others vs. simply having a passive connection. By identifying and using these tools, we can create stronger relationships between workers in different locations vs. creating isolation and loneliness.
Do Collaboration Technologies lead to loneliness and isolation?
The author of “The Innovation of Loneliness” explains “Loneliness has become the most common ailment of the modern world.” And what is the root cause of this loneliness? Our addiction to technology. Let’s consider which collaboration technologies can lead to loneliness and isolation and what technology allows us to build the best relationships.
What is the difference between communication and communications?
Communication is a shared experience. Communications is how that experience is shared. Communicating is the core of every interaction we have. The relative framework for different types of communication enabled by different types of communications brings an insightful view to communicating and reveals the sweet spot that enables Innovation.