Gartner recommends Email free time on the way to Extreme Collaboration and Social Business

Interesting, Gartner recommends “Extreme Collaboration”. One way to get there is – according to Gartner – to Email free time:

CIOs and business managers will fail in their efforts to improve business performance outcomes through business process management (BPM) if they cannot overcome major barriers to cross-functional communication and collaboration, according to Gartner, Inc. Gartner said that business leaders can avoid this failure by embracing extreme collaboration (XC), a new operating model and an extreme style of collaboration. …

Gartner has identified six best practices for moving to a culture of XC: …

Consider turning off email for a defined time period. Email is the dominant means of business communication, but it’s a poor collaborative tool — and an overused “crutch” that keeps people from using more collective and interactive approaches to solving problems. To break the habit, organizations should try turning off email for a defined interval of time, ensuring that alternatives are in place and easy to use. Such experiments will force people to use social networks and real-time communication in ways they haven’t before.

via Gartner Outlines Six Best Practices for Moving to a Culture of Extreme Collaboration.

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