About the webinar
Host Jay Goldman is joined by special guests from Forrester, United Shore, Ottobock, A.T. Kearney, and Sensei Labs to discuss the impact that collaborative work management is having on how we work.
Throughout the course of the webinar, our guests discuss how the way we work is evolving and how teams can use CWM tools, like Catalyst to collaborate better, orchestrate complex projects with ease, transform their companies to disrupt the market and their competitors, and create a culture of innovation.
Our guest speakers
Margo Visitacion is a Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester, helping enterprise architecture professionals shift their focus from technology standardization and cost reduction to customer-driven technology capabilities.
Monica Haider is the Vice President of Engagement at United Shore. Her team is responsible for promoting interactions and trust between leaders and team members, promoting collaborative relationships through team building, cross-functional projects, training, and managing United Shore’s instance of Catalyst.
What’s changed with Collaborative Work Management tools?
There’s been a long history of enterprise technologies that have come along that are really what just digital versions of analogue practices and processes. A classic example is email which is really just a digital version of the paper memos from decades ago – complete with CC for carbon copy.
So what’s changed in the newest generation of technologies that are on the market now that makes them more than just a faster horse version of what’s come before?Watch Video
What are the common pitfalls that impede collaboration?
When teams are looking to get better at collaboration, they may not know where to start.
What are the common obstacles that they’re experiencing today and how can they avoid some of the pitfalls when they try to fix their collaboration issues?Watch Video
What defines collaborative work management for you?
Collaborative work management can mean different things to different people. In the past, it’s included everything from group chat applications and instant messaging to file sharing. Today collaborative work management tends to be used with more complete solutions that have rich task management, learning and knowledge management, and contextual conversation, etc.
What defines collaborative work management today?Watch Video
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