Collaboration isn’t a new topic, but it is what people want to do at work and today they are constantly looking for new ways to get work done. Our new special report covers the gamut from Social Layers to Collaborative Ecosystems.
From Social Platform to Social Layer
People understand social networking better than ever before and so do technology providers. The shift to a lighter touch with Social is what is powering Social Business. In our research note titled The Social Layer: How To Navigate Social Software Options we explore the emerging choices that enterprise have. One thing is clear, Knowledge sharing isn’t an overused term. It is back and that is what Social offerings enable most often.
Social Recognition – Going beyond Badges
People crave recognition and in most major enterprises, they have a corporate recognition program. Enter ramification and social rewards, which we refer to as Social Recognition. In our Research note titled Drive Employee Performance with Social Recognition we explore the landscape and offer an approach to blending traditional and emerging social recognition approaches.
Collaborating Externally requires a Plan and a Collaborative Ecosystem
Collaboration is all about people and technology but collaborating externally requires an approach and a plan. In our research note titled Why Every Enterprise Should Build Collaborative Ecosystems we review the critical elements that make up a collaborative ecosystem and the key stakeholders that should be involved.