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2 ways better collaboration helps improve employee engagement

One of the greatest benefits of improving collaboration within your organisation is the positive impact on employee engagement, but the hype and overuse of both these terms - "collaboration" and "employee engagement" - means that it's not always obvious quite what this means in practical terms


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Employee Engagement Should Be a Social Business Goal

I am convinced that social business technology can be a major part of a company’s efforts to increase employee engagement. The connections seem very clear to me. 4 Key Engagement Principles Terrence Seamon , a Training & Organization Development consultant, posted a video to David Zinger’s Employee Engagement Network illustrating some of the key points in Dick Axelrod’s book Terms of Engagement

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Is Introduction of Enterprise 2.0 an Objective or Subjective Process?

” My presentation, which I’ll be delivering to the executive summit, is entitled “Leveraging SharePoint for Employee Engagement&rdquo

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Two reasons why HR needs to invest in social collaboration

However, the benefits of social collaboration also offer great opportunities to the HR function, particularly in the context of driving better employee engagement, and supporting more effective sharing of knowledge and skills across the organisation



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What's in it for me? Articulating the benefits of social collaboration

Employee engagement - A more productive and engaged workforce leading to lower staff turnover, as well as faster onboarding of staff through better access to information and experts across the organisation



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The Best of AIIM 2012: Collaboration, the Cloud, Dynamic Content, and More

We will show real-world examples of companies who are gaining significant benefits to their business, employee engagement, and culture by creating thoughtful and innovative SharePoint solutions that meet their employees' needs

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Thinking Social? Get Back to Basics

Across all industry verticals, there’s a fairly common set of business drivers including: · Accelerating Onboarding, Training, or Innovation Process · Increasing speed and access to knowledge and expertise · Attracting and retaining talent and improving employee engagement · Improving relationships and relevancy of communications The challenge today is that these ad-hoc business processes are informal, not measured, and have no baseline understanding of who, what, where, when and how these activities are accomplished

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Apply Enterprise 2.0 to Business Processes to Reveal Its Value

After my presentation on “Leveraging SharePoint for Employee Engagement”, I had the opportunity to hear several other presentations

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