Technology has transformed how we work in countless ways. Yet in a recent survey by Wainhouse Research, 9 out of 10 knowledge workers have been in a team session where someone resorted to taking a picture of the output to be emailed later. And 2 out of 3 organizations have had to lock down a project wall or room for weeks – because the work was being recorded on sticky notes or chart paper.
It’s time for change. In this webinar, sponsored by Nureva, two senior analysts from Wainhouse share their research into the challenges of analog collaboration and the new technologies that are emerging. Here are a couple of highlights from Alan D. Greenberg and Andy Nilssen.
Alan shared a startling stat – only 1/3 of workers feel engaged at work. Then he shared another one – according to a recent study, the ability to work in a team structure is the number one skill employers are looking for. Find out how these two data points connect and how successful companies are changing how they do business.
Collaboration without barriers
In surveys of knowledge workers, Wainhouse Research has identified a key challenge: how to bring order to the collaboration process without constraining it. Discover how going digital can help make team sessions efficient and creative, plus deliver outputs that look good enough to be easily shared with any stakeholder.
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