Wave after wave of collaboration software keep crashing on our organisational shores. but with the latest wave of social networking software, should we run for higher ground? Many people like to collaborate: they enjoy the process and their organisation might benefit from the results. But, historically, this collaboration has …
there's no question
that collaboration is a boon, the problem is how to get to the end game. Collaboration goes on forever if you want it to. We're trying to draw the line with a unified comms infrastructure supporting sales and marketing across 3 geographies. But nailing the specs is difficult, everyone spots something new everyday and wants it included - it's rapidly turning into a, 'when you die, the project is finished' type of program. If everyone could slow down a bit it would certainly help.
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