Archive: July 4th, 2011

Facilitating Knowledge Work With Social Collaboration

Facilitating Knowledge Work With Social Collaboration

Traditional definitions often define collaboration as a team who coordinates their efforts in order to achieve a known objective. Social collaboration, on the other hand, is about collaboration in a broader sense. It is about people collaborating as an enterprise and contributing to a shared purpose by directly and indirectly helping each other achieve goals.

The Driving Force behind Social Collaboration

The Driving Force behind Social Collaboration

Even though technologies will come and go and organizations will continue to battle with adopting social collaboration for many years to come, it is a concept that is unstoppable. So why is it unstoppable and what’s the driving force behind it? I will try to answer that here.

Social Collaboration: A Retrospective and Outlook

Social Collaboration: A Retrospective and Outlook

A lot of things happened in the social collaboration space during 2010, several of which have created ripple effects to be seen in 2011 and beyond. This article discusses three stand-out Social Collaboration trends.