8 Reasons Why Not Using Collaboration Tools Cost You A Lot Of Money
Why Not Using Collaboration Tools Cost You LOTS of Money
Time spent in meetings, phone conversations or endless
email chains delay project completion. For small businesses and
startups, this might mean turning away new business or putting off
Frustration and confusion caused by miscommunication negatively
affects employee morale, productivity, and work quality.
Do your freelancers charge by the hour? You get the bill for every
minute your freelancer spends chasing down documents or approvals.
Project delays lead to late project delivery or a rushed product. Both
can alienate clients and eliminate long-term opportunities.
Remote workers, particularly those living in different time zones, end up
marginalized, further disrupting workflow.
Accountability becomes a challenge as team members find ways to
blame logistical issues for their lack of productivity. (i.e. “I haven’t
heard back from him.”)
Hiring is a difficult task, particularly when you need team input.
Multiple rounds of interviews, emails and in-person conferences delay
necessary hires. Why not save everyone time and centralize this
You may have dumped your old filing cabinets years ago, but now you
have a bigger problem: Important files are stored in individual
employee computers and/or on one of several shared drives.
There are more ways you are losing money…but I said I’d only list 8.
You want to think about how you are losing money by not centralizing
communication and utilizing collaboration tools.
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[Infographics] 8 Reasons Why Not Using Collaboration Tools Cost You A Lot Of Money.
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