Remote work – whether full time or hybrid – is here to stay. To function well in this environment, collaboration expert Phil Simon believes firms must harness the power of collaboration hubs. He explains that collaborative tools – such as Slack, Microsoft Teams and Zoom – support cooperation, convey corporate culture and radically improve the ways that people work together. He advises leaders at large and small companies to maintain organizational flexibility, support continual learning and embrace these tools in order to keep up with technological change and maintain internal cohesion, no matter where their employees sit.
About the Author
Phil Simon, host of the Conversations About Collaboration podcast (see philsimon.com), has written 11 books, including the award-winning titles Message Not Received and The Age of the Platform: How Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google Have Redefined Business. Reimagining Collaboration won a 2021 International Book Award in the Communications/Public Relations sub-category of the general Business competition, where it was one of the seven finalists.
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