Virtual Collaboration

Trends and the current crisis require companies to make efficient use of virtual collaboration formats

Why it moves us…

… The global Corona pandemic is a burden on the economy. But to ensure global supply, it is now essential to maintain operations under all circumstances¹. 

… The majority of companies have already arranged home office, which further increases the need for virtual working formats.

… But even before the Corona crisis, there was a growing need for virtual working formats, although in many companies the correct and promising implementation fails².

Relevance for change management support

The way we work together in times of crisis, but also in new forms of organizations, is increasingly characterized by virtual collaboration. This gives rise to uncertainties and difficulties at management and employee level, which must be addressed through professional change management programs. We support you with our proven 4-change levers and thus ensure the holistic implementation of virtual workflows, team dynamics and the associated empowerment of your employees in the use of virtual tools. Our concept is based on our proven success factors for sustainable learning cultures (Horváth e-Academy) as well as a broad range of personal experience through decentralized consulting services in the leading and supporting of transformational projects.

We discuss with you

„How does virtual leadership succeed in times of uncertainty without losing the big picture?

„Virtual collaboration requires a high degree of trust, team spirit and efficient coordination between team members”

„In virtual working formats, feedback practices and innovative work must be maintained through new collaboration tools.

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Sources:
¹ Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at John Hopkins University (JHU)

² Deutsches Institut für Vertrauen und Sicherheit im Internet (2013), "Die Bedeutung virtueller Arbeitsformen« (German source)

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