Elevate your collaboration - what steps are necessary for your organization?
We define collaboration as "the act of people working together to achieve a common goal, with shared responsibility, and where all benefit".
There's no doubt that improving levels of collaboration can bring significant business benefits, including:
- Better sharing of knowledge
- Driving innovation and business differentiation
- Supporting distributed teams
- Building better relationships with partners and customers
Whether you already have a collaboration initiative underway or not, this unique online tool will help you gauge the maturity of your organization's current collaboration capabilities and guide you through the steps you should take to get to the next level of success. It's free and easy to use!
3 steps – all easy, and free
1. Take the assessment
Our collaboration maturity acceleration tool is based around a simple yet thorough self-assessment questionnaire. Ideally, to complete the assessment in full you should have a broad understanding of your organization's approach to collaboration. If you don't, that's OK; you'll be able to save the assessment at any point in order to involve or consult colleagues, and then return to update the assessment later.
2. See how you compare to other organizations
At the end of the assessment the tool calculates your results and assesses your organization's collaboration competence levels, providing an overall analysis of your current performance and outlook.
3. Get your personalised action plan
With just one more click, you can immediately download a more detailed capability benchmark, together with a personalised action plan to guide you through your next steps for improvement - this comes to you as a PDF that you can share with your colleagues and access online whenever you like!
It doesn't end there. If you're interested in continuous improvement, you can return to update your assessment as you make improvement and generate a new action plan with your next steps forward.
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