After all these years and new tools constantly being released, corporate collaboration is still not solved. Collaboration in large corporations is unstructured and scattered all over, without any form of measurement of productivity, information or impact.
Slack is taking over the world, Slack is killing e-mail, and so on, we have all heard the rants of the very much hyped company valued at billions and with an impressive user base. It does decrease e-mail usage and help teams stay in contact and solve problems quickly with everyone informed. It also comes with some real disadvantages.
I am starting with an old passion of mine, Internal Collaboration, knowledge and information sharing as well as finding the right expertise within the organisation. I will try to be concrete and skip the marketing buzzwords. This is the first in my series of examples of real-life Cognitive Business.
After my previous post on the Future of Cognitive Business, I realized that even though many might know and understand the word Cognitive, the term Cognitive Business might need some further explanation. So here it is….or part of it at least, more to come.