How do people collaborate?

by Volker Weber

There is seemingly a disconnect between how organizations envision "collaboration" happening, and how real people actually do it. The vast majority of collaboration solutions are process intensive. By their very nature, process-oriented activities require forethought and planning. The problem is that people don't have explicit "I need to collaborate..." thoughts. They just do it, without a moments notice, as a means to accomplish whatever needs to get done (the real work).

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