Effective Collaboration

Major corporations have started to use formal collaborative processes that:

  • engage the workforce
  • allow individuals to play to their strengths
  • Provide outcomes quickly, with minimal impact on the day job

Irrespective of whether the need is:

  • to find a solution to a problem
  • create something new
  • help a diverse group to work together

There are 50 factors associated with any collaborative process!

We apply them all the time without thinking about it, but understanding them makes a significant difference to any collaborative process

Applying them effectively can increase employee and third party engagement, speed up the activities you're already undertaking and drive out new solutions and opportunities

Habar group these 50 factors into the following formal categories:

  • Focus
  • Outcomes
  • People
  • Process
  • Structure
  • Sustainability
InnovationNew and more effective ideas
Business Transformation & Change Increasing engagement and the sustainability of change.
Continuous Improvement Increasing the number of participants, at a lower cost and with more effective outcomes.
Engagement with clients & supply chain Going beyond the organisation, working with them, wherever they are in the world on common areas of interest.
Development of bid responses Higher quality responses, completed quicker and at a lower cost.
Engaging the workforce in sustainability Bringing the employees and supply chains together to create new solutions.
Reduction in costs Combining best practices from across the world, engaging groups that wouldn't normally work together.