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Collaborating in a social era : ideas, insights and models that inspire new ways of thinking about collaboration
There"s a disconnect between who we are as people and how we work together. We have always been social creatures; few, if any, of us work without relying on contributions from our teammates and stakeholders. Yet the organizations we work within are making us dumb when it comes to collaboration and innovation. Our organizations have been built around optimising highly repeatable processes - the industrial production line. But work is changing; work has changed. We are more often than not involved with barely repeatable processes, challenged to quickly mobilise teams to meet poorly defined but urgent challenges. The solution isn"t simply flexible working and mobile devices, it"s a mindset shift about how we work and with whom we work. It starts with you. It starts with how you communicate, how you build and use your professional network, and how you collaborate with those within and without your designated team.
Oscar Berg tackles the big organizational problems and brings human scale solutions. Learn how the Collaboration Pyramid and the Five Principles of Collaborative Communication can transform your ways of working. Start now. Start with yourself. Bring your team along. You don"t need permission to improve your communication. Lead the transformation.
G33k, 1 november 2016
Inspirerande bok, välredigerat och genomtänkt innehåll. Rekommenderar denna framför den nya boken "Den Digitala Arbetsplatsen" som på många sätt är denna boks motsats :/
Henrik Gustafsson, 26 oktober 2015
Oscar Berg has written an enlightening book about the connection between digital business transformation and collaborative knowledge work.
The book talks about the need for productive, responsive and innovative organizations in a fast changing world. There are other books highlighting new requirements on organizations brought about by digitization and higher customer expectations. What is unique about "Collaborating in a social era" is that Oscar Berg clearly describes how knowledge ... Läs hela recensionen