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Collaboration & Productivity

What We Can Learn From Nearly 9,000 Yammer Communities

A recent study of Yammer communities dispelled several previously held theories of how employees responded to the pandemic and working from home.

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Collaboration & Productivity

Microsoft May Hold the Productivity Crown, But Productivity Reporting Is Ripe for Disruption

No organization is immune from a major market disruption. The larger an organization, the more prone it is to being blindsided.

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Collaboration & Productivity

Working From Home: Are You Overworked, Overwhelmed or Overjoyed?

Workers are experiencing a range of emotions during the extended working from home period. But is all stress built the same?

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Collaboration & Productivity

How Network Analytics Can Help Us Avoid Digital Fatigue

Many of us have a love-hate relationship with working from home. Here's how to make better use of our digital offices while cutting down on digital fatigue.

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Collaboration & Productivity

One Bright Spot in COVID-19: The Rise of Self-Directed Teams

For any leader feeling sidelined by their now virtual teams: there's light at the end of the tunnel. But it requires acquiring new skills and adapting old ones.

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Collaboration & Productivity

Measuring Our Way Back to a ‘New Normal’

Now that we've all settled into working from home, we need to place energy into the innovative activities required to adapt to the new normal of working.