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October 21, 2010

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Davidchris

I agree Mike. The technology facilitates communication and collaboration is shouldn't define it.

I'm a big Fan of the P.O.S.T methodology (People => Objectives => Strategy => Tools) where tools is the last thing to address when needing to implement a social media strategy for communication and collaboration.

Check out http://www.slideshare.net/DavidChris/be-ne-lux-sms-mar-2010 which is based on a real scenario identifying the wrong way and the right way to approach collaboration.

Nice post!

air jordans

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Pankaj

The collaboration process or the need to collaborate is of course outside of collaboration tools. Tools may be seen as the catalyst, which spur a latent underlying need to collaborate. You may want to read my article on how companies can use behavioral techniques to improve collaboration software adoption, and in turn improve collaboration - http://www.hyperoffice.com/blog/2010/11/04/6-ways-to-increase-collaboration-software-adoption/

cameron

i have to agree with the comment about technology is on there to facilitate collaboration. if you use technology correctly is will be a good catalyst to your desired outcome especially the more complex a scenario is, for defense , engineering and complex area for document collaboration take a look at www.globalkap.com it is pretty nice to see that 500 people can work on the same document at the same time - with work flow to allow collaboration to occur.
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