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At Geneva Health Forum 2014, Wrike CEO Andrew Filev led a workshop on collaboration and how it is impacting all industries, especially the healthcare industry. ...

At Geneva Health Forum 2014, Wrike CEO Andrew Filev led a workshop on collaboration and how it is impacting all industries, especially the healthcare industry.

The presentation's key topics include: the current trends shaping work collaboration, the key technologies enabling collaboration, and how jumpstarting a culture of sharing is integral to effective project management in any organization. Especially since innovation is dependent on people collaborating efficiently to meet business goals.

Within the presentation is a case study -- how a customer in the healthcare field had to migrate from managing projects via email to using an effective work management tool in order to boost efficiency and achieve more transparent workflows.

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    Collaboration as the Heart of Project Management: Geneva Health Forum 2014 Collaboration as the Heart of Project Management: Geneva Health Forum 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • Collaboration as the Heart of Effective Project Management Geneva Health Forum 2014 Andrew Filev www.flickr.com/photos/wadem/3170694924
    • Impact of Collaboration on Healthcare Delivery • The advent of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) • EHRs brought patient data from silos into connected systems • In the US: since 2009, 44% of all institutions have adopted EHRs • In the EU: all will be able to access EHRs by 2020
    • Trends Shaping Project Collaboration www.flickr.com/photos/esparta/2183350276
    • 1. Remote Work is Rapidly Growing • 80% deal with remote collaboration • 43% spend more time working remotely today than 2-3 years ago ~ Wrike survey of 1,000 respondents at all organizational levels www.flickr.com/photos/armymedicine/7294904716
    • 2. Remote Collab Done via Cloud Cloud services solve the challenges of remote work: • Storing and accessing the most accurate, actionable info • Communicating with colleagues
    • Workshop questions: Remote Collaboration • Is anyone part of a team that has remote workers? • Or, do you do any remote work now — work you used to do exclusively onsite? • What cloud services do you use to get work done? • What challenges do you face with remote collaboration?
    • Customer Success Story Universal Research Co. (URC) • Challenge: Coordinating travel and planning for 5 offices, 15 teams, 125 people • Solution: Using Wrike for 4+ years now • Results: Cut down volume of email. Increased efficiency company-wide www.flickr.com/photos/suri0832/6672599413
    • Key Tech Enablers of Project Collaboration www.flickr.com/photos/lukema/11419750095
    • Cloud: Enables Collaboration • Cloud services: resources available over internet • Serves as the connecting tissue between all files, plans and work data
    • Social: Enables Collaboration • Social: not public posting, but discussions, sharing • People are used to social (Facebook!) • Social work tools accelerate collaboration www.flickr.com/photos/ericabreetoe/8975517122
    • Mobile: Enables Collaboration • Access documentation while attending to patient • Patients connecting mobile to monitoring devices • mHealth market: will grow to $20.7B by 2019
    • Big Data: Enables Collaboration • Big Data is HUGE — often too big to see actionable insights • With right tools, Big Data helps determine next steps
    • Workshop Questions: Collaboration Tools • List the different tools your organization or department uses to collaborate. • Classify each of them as cloud, social, mobile and big data. • How do these tools accelerate collaboration for your teams? • Do you have any challenges with them?
    • Culture of Sharing: the Backbone of Collaboration www.flickr.com/photos/lukema/12128106415
    • Orgs Need to Share • Hindered accessibility is the top challenge for workers* • Typical organizational habits are “reactive disclosure”, not proactive sharing: share only when asked. *Wrike survey of 1,000 respondents at all organizational levels www.flickr.com/photos/ben_grey/4582294721
    • Jumpstarting the Culture of Sharing Lead by example — make YOUR data accessible: • Upload docs to cloud repository • Forgo email for a proper tool www.flickr.com/photos/crazysphinx/4071064709
    • Workshop Question: How Do You Share? • Does anyone have any examples of how new levels of sharing in their organizations have improved their processes or efficiency?
    • Takeaways 1. The way we work is evolving: from silos to more open collaboration 2. We need to find the best tools to enhance collaboration in our teams
    • Download the slides and get our free eBook on remote collaboration: http://go.wrike.com/wrike-workshop-geneva.html