Collaboration is the New Team Work
These days, most companies face challenges when it comes to working together. From remote location offices and telecommuting, to overtime hours and varying priorities, it is increasingly difficult to get an entire team in the same place at the same time. While project success is often predicated on effective teamwork, the reality is that today’s business environment doesn’t lend itself well to easy collaboration.
More often than not, teams of people are working simultaneously on a single document with a staggering amount of versions. It’s impossible to tell which iteration is the most current, and trying to later merge several versions into one cohesive document can be a massive undertaking on its own. Errors get made, deadlines get missed, and the final product is often less than optimal. When you’re trying to run a professional organization, you can’t afford to let simple mistakes create bad impressions.
Everything doesn’t have to be so disorganized; you have the power to change the way your team works.