With technology taking the world by storm, people and businesses need to change their ways and processes of doing things. Moving into the social age has given us an opportunity to collaborate with people from all over the world in realtime.
In this AHAbook, Steve Sudhir Chainani discusses the importance of collaboration and how interacting and sharing information with others can greatly improve us as people, as well as our businesses. With contextual collaboration, people can learn and grow from each other through various tools that current and future technology will bring us.
This book is also available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback editions. Sometime in the not too distant future, the hardcover will be released as well.
Here are some of the AHAmessages™ below, and then read and share the entire book via AHAthat on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or G+:
The future of work is predicated on the evolution of tools that facilitate collaboration within teams. http://aha.pub/SteveChainani [click to tweet]
Technology gives you the ability to do things and collaborate in real time on a global scale. http://aha.pub/SteveChainani [click to tweet]
How to have a dynamic play? Create channels for feedback and channels for delivering past content. @milnaa http://aha.pub/SteveChainani [click to tweet]
For small and medium enterprises, communication and collaboration with customers is possible with @Milnaa. http://aha.pub/SteveChainani [click to tweet]
Choose a #ContextualCollaboration platform that lets you work safely and securely. What platform do you use? http://aha.pub/SteveChainani [click to tweet]
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