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- All right, that's it.…We've reached the conclusion of this course…on business collaboration in the modern workplace.…I've tried to lay some boundaries around the terms…collaboration and the modern workplace.…They're a little slippery, and they're continuing to evolve,…but I think we've established some definitions…that are enough to give us a place to start from.…I described what for me make up the pieces…of a collaborative ecosystem,…file management and sharing tools,…tools for communication, whether by voice, video, or text,…digital communities and teams,…integrated suites like Google or Office 365,…that combine a variety of tools in one collected system,…and other productivity hardware and tools.…
We talked about the why of collaboration,…and some of the benefits it can provide…to both the organization and the individual.…I highlighted some of the considerations…that a business should understand…as they embark on their collaboration journey.…I also talked about some of the things that…businesses need to do to foster the culture of collaboration…
- Identify the benefits of modern file collaboration tools.
- Describe the different approaches to setting up team spaces.
- Explain the technical requirements for a collaborative workplace.
- Outline success factors in migrating to a collaborative workplace.
- Illustrate how modern technology supports collaboration.
- Define business collaboration.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Toolset of Collaboration
2. Why Digital Collaboration?
3. Things to Consider
4. Fostering a Modern Workplace: Culture Trumps Technology
5. Best Practices
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