MASTER THE ART OF DISTRIBUTED WORK.
Collaboration vendors have always suggested that software will one day allow people to work from anywhere at any time.
With the recent global disruption of traditional work and the forced movement of many people to work from home (#WFH), their vision has become a reality.
Unfortunately, not every organization was ready to get the most out of their remote workers. In many cases, organizations found their people were undertrained, that they had too many collaboration tools, and that issues so easily resolved with a quick meeting now require new approaches to resolution.
Collaboration Advisory Services
The Serious Insights team has been helping individuals and organizations make the most of collaboration for over 30 years. Leverage our knowledge to improve team productivity, to keep people engaged, and to reignite innovation.
Serious Insights Collaboration Advisory Services include:
Let Serious Insights help your organization master the art of distributed work through our advisory consulting services that can:
- Rationalize an existing collaboration architecture or help with collaboration tool selection
- Develop and document collaborative processes
- Create a distributed work information architecture
- Facilitate distributed worker objectives
- Design incentives and rewards for distributed workers
- Capture and codify remote work management practices
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