Jason Roofe
über 3 Jahre her by Jason Roofe

​​One of the fastest growing sectors in technology is the provision of low or zero code, self-configuring applications known as Collaborative Work Management platforms, designed to help teams interact and work across functions and geographies more easily and effectively.  But how easy are they to implement and do they really work, or is this just an excuse for more technology spend?

Every day we turn on our computers and start most days checking our emails for action and activity, but what are the most important tasks we need to complete that day and are we effective in completing them through this primary medium?  And are we prioritising effectively across teams, functions and geographies in the most efficient way?
Teams working in silos; reports taking forever; poor accountability of tasks; too many versions of the truth; issues & risks raised too late.  To implement projects and processes successfully through collaborative work management platforms, technology can be used to prioritise actions and align the processes and people to bring visibility, transparency & accountability to all projects.
Read the latest insight in our T&C series, Transforming productivity and accelerating decision making with Collaborative Work Management platforms, produced in partnership with Rob Eberstein.
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