Find the people you need.
All staff emails. Distribution lists. The dreaded BCC. There's a better way to find people within your company. To locate experts with answers to your most pressing questions, to discover colleagues with shared interests, to reach out and connect across hierarchy. Finally - a people directory that works.
What happens when your closest colleagues don't have the answers? Chances are someone does. You just need a way to find them - to ask questions broadly across the company and respond to others. Start reducing the 2 hours you spend each day looking for information and start tapping the company's collective intelligence.
Sharing made easy
Ban email attachments. Eliminate shared folders. There's an easier way to manage a document, so that employees know: who created it, what people think about it, where it's being used, why it was created and how it relates to other people and information within the company
"Instead of saying that, 'here's what you have and it's in a box,' we can sit there and say to them: 'Here's what we'd like to do. Is that possible, and how can we work to do it?'"
Kill the regularly scheduled newsletter. Eliminate the email update. And discover a new way to communicate with your colleagues, update your teams and give everyone a voice. Better yet, choose what news matters to you, moving the focus from publishing to people.
Stop missing deadlines. Quit sifting through email updates. There's a better way to manage projects. Seek out specific skills through profiles, schedule meetings and milestones in a calendar, access project files via the web. Teamwork has never been better.