Collaboration drives innovation

Bicknell, David
April 2009
Computer Weekly;4/28/2009, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of workforce collaboration and the adoption of Web 2.0 software. The significance of workforce collaboration got firmer with the need to respond quickly to market changes and the proliferation of a geographically dispersed workforce. Organisations are forced to make workforce collaboration a priority and broaden its application across the organisation because of the adoption of Web 2.0 software tools.


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