The Seven Deadly Sins of Social Collaboration

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Social collaboration helps organizations engage people and deliver compelling results. So why are some businesses seeing limited or no results?

Social collaboration helps organizations engage people and deliver compelling results. So why are some businesses seeing limited or no results?

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  • 1. SEVEN DEADLY SINS THE OF SOCIAL COLLABORATION
  • 2. Social collaboration technology helps organizations engage people, accelerate innovation and deliver compelling business results
  • 3. So why are some businesses seeing limited or no results?
  • 4. Because most are guilty of committing one or more of The Seven Deadly Sins of Social Collaboration
  • 5. Buy the technology when you need to automate commodity business processes Build it when you’re dealing with the core processes that differentiate your company
  • 6. Gamification can act as a catalyst for employee adoption When infused into the solution, gamification employs compelling motivators to push rapid adoption of new technologies
  • 7. If you want to build a vibrant team of enthusiastic over-achievers, set your standards and your expectations high Your social collaboration platform is not just a place to communicate and share files. It’s a place where ideas are born and nurtured; a place where the status quo is questioned and challenged and where innovation thrives
  • 8. A gamified collaboration tool provides a mechanism to attract users through friendly competition, status building, and a sense of accomplishment and self-improvement It’s jam-packed with intrinsic motivators to get employees excited about learning
  • 9. Discover the untapped capacity and under-leveraged expertise that exists within virtually every organization today
  • 10. Your employees work for your company, not the army Entice your employees to use new technologies that will make their jobs easier and render them more productive
  • 11. Today’s businesses are rapidly adopting a process where business decisions are not so “top down” as they are collaborative. An environment of active participation and engagement is valued and expected at every level
  • 12. Are you guilty of a social collaboration sin? Click here to download our free white paper “The Seven Deadly Sins of Social Collaboration”