History of Collaboration

According to SocialCast, the way an organization (or church) collaborates is constantly changing. “Collaboration is based on the idea that sharing knowledge through cooperation helps solve problems more efficiently. In the enterprise, this principle couldn’t be more true, especially as more and more employees are engaging with one another through asynchronous, socially-geared technology.”

Take a look at this infographic to get a glimpse of what they are calling “A new culture of Collaboration”.

See the full-size image by going here.

In what ways are your church team collaborating?  with each other?  with your congregation?  with other churches?

What’s the best collaboration tool/practice you’ve discovered?

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