All companies agree that two heads are better than one.
The current crop of collaborative technology platforms puts that tried-and-true adage to the test. Thanks to platforms like Slack, Trello, Zoom, Teams, and Webex, enterprises can break down silos and encourage their teams to engage with one another regardless of location or time of day to create better, more elegant solutions for customers.
This trend goes beyond technology, too. Open office spaces are a riff on finding more opportunities to create collaboration among team members. Unfortunately, researchers at Karlstad University found that open office spaces deter or damage collaboration by minimizing employee satisfaction. Supporting these findings, a study out of Harvard found that open floor plans actually reduced face-to-face interactions by 73%.
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