Given the rate of digital transformation that the organizations go through today. We live in a connected, digital, changing, competitive world that pushes us not only to communicate in the traditional way, but to collaborate with our peers, suppliers, suppliers, customers and related.
The great advances, the great revolutions, the great inventions are always marked by the collaboration of the initiating people of change. While collaboration has always been a necessary skill in the workplace, the increasingly distributed workforce, knowledge silos, and new advances in technology have put renewed pressure on the learning of art and the science of collaborative work. Because today people don’t just collaborate with people, they have the added challenge of collaborating with machines.