The Digital Workplace
The idea of socialized collaboration tools in enterprise seems new – but it isn’t. Conversations about process vs product have been on the rise over the last decade, perhaps even more so in the last five years as collaboration platforms and strategies have entered the enterprise spotlight.
5 lessons for internal communications
Published on One of the things I love about communications people is how willing they are to share experiences so everyone can benefit from their learning. They are like a support group willing each other on for communications success.
Internal Comms for Health Care: Are providers talking to one another?
Between 3D printing, AR and robotics, healthcare technology has advanced to achieve formerly unimaginable results. However, despite these advancements, there is still a measurable gap in the connectivity between healthcare practitioners and providers. While information about new or updated medical tools and treatments is being shared through selected internal channels, more often than not the information is getting missed.
Better Understanding = Increased Productivity
How interactive is your intranet? You're paying a pretty penny for that communications management platform because you want to build a strong business culture. But somehow you're still stuck with the top-down model of sharing content (boo 👎🏽 ) and your team's valuable ideas are somehow still left unseen.
Infographic: convincing colleagues to use internal social media
Top tips on how to convince colleagues to use an internal social media platform.
The Enterprise Model of Tomorrow (Today)
We are more connected than ever - which only illuminates how disconnected our former practices have been. Leadership in any organization is faced with the challenge of keeping their teams and networks engaged and ever evolving. It's been said that to continue integrating all of your valuable, human input (aka human capital in the human economy), the future of work will fall into four categories.
Digitization Demands Human Connection
Fortune 500 companies are trapped in old ways of working. During the industrial revolution, these organizations flourished over a consistent and reliable operating system. This typical waterfall strategy segments an organization into a large hierarchy where influence is saturated at the top. This was built at a time when work was simple, and workers were lead by informed acquiescence.
Expand Your ROI by Thinking Together - Pressly
Pressly CEO Jeff Brenner gives a presentation on collaborating around content within organizations at Data Marketing 2016 in Toronto.
Messaging and collaboration tools are most valuable enterprise apps
"Most organizations are in the midst of developing the teams, capabilities and strategies they need to productively ideate, create, manage and deploy enterprise applications," Adobe wrote in the report. "However, even with the widespread perception that mobile apps can deliver a competitive advantage to an organization, many companies have yet to modernize their strategies for this new reality." - Matt Kapko
Speeding up Information Flow in Organizations
You have 1000+ employees, all segmented into different locations, departments, and floors. How do you talk to each other? How do you share information? How do you connect? The flow of information inside large organizations is essential for continued business success.