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How to Make Collaboration your Team’s Superpower

Scaling Knowledge to Increase Business Agility

  • 72%

    of office workers are frustrated with traditional digital communication tools.

  • $1.85B

    wasted weekly by office workers simply scheduling and rescheduling calls.


The large-scale impact of our sudden shift to remote and hybrid work has resulted in businesses dealing with common challenges like increased employee turnover, zoom fatigue, and endless meetings instead of real work. And while studies have shown that workers report higher levels of stress and exhaustion when they’re following hybrid schedules, 54% of workers still say they’d leave their current job for one that provides more flexibility. It’s clear that the way we currently work is in need of a sustainable change to adapt to the hybridized workplace.

Business leaders are in a unique position to redesign the work experience for employees, whether they’re in-person, remote, or hybrid. But while companies continue to experiment with where work will be done in a post-pandemic world, what’s missing from many of these conversations is talk about how to adapt organizational cultures to better meet the needs of today’s employees––wherever they work.

We’ve compiled a playbook for the most common challenges facing the executive teams of modern enterprises and solutions to address these challenges, including how to better distribute knowledge at scale, and increase employee engagement and ownership.

You’ll Walk Away With

  • Best practices for improving employee productivity by reducing time spent in meetings
  • An overview of the right tools and technologies that empower employees to communicate clearly and effectively
  • Effective organizational and change management solutions for the modern workplace
How to Make Collaboration your Team’s Superpower
  • 75%

    of global employers reported having difficulty finding the talent they need

  • 62%

    of office workers said misinterpretation of work digital messages affected their mental health

  • 54%

    of workers say they’d leave their current job for one that provides more flexibility

We were so busy when everyone started working from home, we had to learn to be productive that way, and we had to learn it quickly. One thing that was very helpful for us was frequent communications.

Jonathan JohnsonCEO,