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Can fewer meetings lead to better collaboration?

Three new ways to foster collaboration without more meetings. A colleague shared a recent study with me. It said that most employees feel that many meetings they attend are unnecessary and/or unproductive (what a surprise). But it got me thinking,

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Podcast_Predictions18_Unify

Is this one of those tipping points where new trends come to the fore — having a significant and increasing impact on how we interact, work and play? Beyond the continuing impact of social, mobile and cloud, the horizon glitters

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Posted in Collaboration, Millennials, New Way To Work, Unified Communications
WHAT’S NEXT: Our Predictions for 2018

Most. likely, we all think the phrase “inflection point” is now a tired and overused business cliché. However, we may well be at one of those defining tipping points where something new comes to the fore, having a significant and

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Posted in Collaboration, Engaged World, Millennials, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Technology, Virtual Teams
Effective Digital Transformations for Government

We spend a lot of time discussing digital transformation at Atos. For the other half of the world, Public Sector, McKinsey has recently published some analysis that I think you’ll find interesting. This piece comes to us via Steve Cheng,

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Posted in Collaboration, Engaged World, New Way To Work, Public Sector, Team Working, Unified Communications

Letters from the Home Office Volume 14 When I was a little kid I thought the theory of relativity meant how time seems to move slower or faster relative to how interested you were in what you were doing. When

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Our New Way to Work research has shown that employees value flexible work terms (‘anywhere working’, flexible hours) more highly than a double-digit percentage pay raise. It shouldn’t surprise anyone then that flexibility is also the name of the game

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