McKinsey Research on Collaboration Within the Networked Enterprise


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I’ve written about collaboration quite extensively in the past. McKinsey recently released the results from a study they conducted around collaboration within the “networked enterprise.” For my full review of the study along with a link to the direct report, I encourage you to visit and read the full article on CMSWire entitled: “The Networked Enterprise: Fact or Fiction?” I found the research quite interesting and included a snippet below to tickle your fancy :)

McKinsey released some research that sheds light on the concept of the networked enterprise. But, does this research corroborate the reports we have been covering on the business impact of collaboration?

McKinsey released some interesting research recently. They surveyed over 3,200 executives to find out how Web 2.0 technologies were being used within the enterprise. Sixty-six percent of the respondents stated that they do use Web 2.0 technologies within their organizations. What’s more interesting is that a good portion of those surveyed also said they are seeing a measurable business benefit.

A report I wrote about last month showed that adoption numbers around these “Enterprise 2.0? initiatives are still fairly low, so when I read the findings from the McKinsey report I was a bit surprised. However, the fact that so many are reporting measurable benefits was not surprising at all as this corroborates the findings from a another previous report conducted by Frost & Sullivan which showed that collaboration impacts business performance.

If you would like to read the full report then please visit CMSWire where you can also download a free copy of the McKinsey research.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on the report if you read it!

Republished with author's permission from original post.

Jacob Morgan
I'm a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and futurist who explores what the future of work is going to look like and how to create great experiences so that employees actually want to show up to work. I've written three best-selling books which are: The Employee Experience Advantage (2017), The Future of Work (2014), and The Collaborative Organization (2012).


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