Designing a Collaborative Culture
Cultivate Teamwork to Outlast Competition
In an increasingly competitive world, it’s easy to get caught up in trying to make a name for yourself, and be number one. Yet, in business, it takes real camaraderie and teamwork to triumph in the current economic climate. And if your organization is successful, then everybody wins. Helping your team understand that principle in order to create a culture of collaboration is vital to improving efficiencies and delivering real results.
Business savvy organizations are increasingly welcoming online collaboration technology to help employees stay connected and feel more engaged in their role and contribution to the teams’ success. We’ll show you how to make the most of the latest teambuilding apps include Google Doc, Dropbox, Keynote and various Apple software programs.
Whether your employees are new-to-the-workforce millennials or more seasoned veterans, generational differences can negatively impact your organization’s collaboration efforts. In this section, you will learn how to foster mutual respect among all employees to share in idea generation, develop and deliver best practices.
By 2020, millennials will make up 50 percent of the workforce, and 88 percent say they prefer an environment that is collaborative over one that’s competitive. What’s more, the greatest business and industry advances are all built in the spirit of collaboration, not competition. Here’s where you will learn how to leverage individual strengths for the greater good, and how better collaboration yields better results.
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