Making Collaboration a Reality

Insights from the Collaboration Consortium, Year One

Published in: Making Collaboration a Reality: Insights from the Collaboration Consortium, Year One, Collaboration Business Services, Cisco, 2009

by Donny Wise, Francois Joanette, Brendon Hynes, Vidar Hepso, Felicia Brych

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In 2008 Cisco's Collaboration Business Services group created a consortium of companies from a cross-section of industries and geographies who worked for a year to build a reference model for how to apply collaboration to business. This cross-industry report provides a step-by-step framework for companies that want to leverage the value of collaboration and advance their high-priority business objectives.

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