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Fostering Better Online Collaboration

Inc.com writes 28th August 2015 about the productivity potential in the online collaboration tools: 

Research indicates that online collaboration could save more than five hours each week on tasks like writing email messages and searching for information.
McKinsey & Company found that office workers spend an average of 28 hours a week writing emails, searching for information, and collaborating internally. It estimated that improved communication and collaboration through social technologies could increase productivity by 20 percent or more.
Companies looking to embrace a culture of collaboration need to remember that meetings and workplace collaboration are no longer limited to a pre-scheduled meeting around an oak table in a big conference room.

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