Most collaboration deployments rely on luck, or a hope that buying the best will make for collaboration success. You'd have better odds playing the lottery than expecting that kind of strategy to work out.
The unfortunate truth is that most collaboration implementations are not designed and pre-loaded to solve actual business problems or to expedite the daily work that real employees need to get done on a regular basis. As a result, most collaboration deployments are doomed to failure.
Dan Keldsen, collaboration expert and principal consultant at Information Architected, shows you how to stack the odds in your favor