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The Way We Work 2018 – Topics Worthy of Discussion Series. Guest blog with Tim Banting – Part One of Two. As part of our ongoing thought leadership research into The Way We Work 2018, we caught up with Tim

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Posted in Collaboration, Engaged World, Millennials, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Team Working, Unified Communications, Virtual Teams
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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Posted in Circuit, Collaboration, Engaged World, New Way To Work, Team Working, Unified Communications
Circuit-product-review

Circuit Review 2017 If you are familiar with my blogs, then this Paula’esque style review will not be a shock. To anyone unfamiliar – welcome to the world according to Paula. So what exactly is Circuit? So, imagine all your

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Posted in Circuit, Collaboration, Engaged World, Events, Millennials, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Unified Communications, Virtual Teams

So there we have it – the definition of a white-collar worker in black and white. But is this a little out of date? After all – the term can be traced back to 1935! A lot sure has changed

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Posted in Circuit, Collaboration, Engaged World, Millennials, New Way To Work, Team Working, Unified Communications, UnifyNow
Workforce Productivity in Government: The Case for Collaboration

Government agencies need their workforces to perform smarter, faster and more productively. And that means embedding collaborative technologies deep into processes – transforming the way organizations turn knowledge into action. Collaboration platforms need to do more than simply enable employees

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Posted in Collaboration, Engaged World, Millennials, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Public Sector, Team Working, Technology, Unified Communications, Virtual Teams
avoiding the disabled list

Avoiding the Disabled List At some point we are going to start getting interesting data about a new category of work at home injuries. This isn’t about tripping over a power cord or burning out your retinas from staring at

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