Category: Collaboration

A notepad, representing the subject matter expert
Collaboration

What Is a Subject Matter Expert?

You have a burning question. You asked your desk-mate, people on your team, and your direct manager. Your question was met with shrugs, hesitation, and a suggestion that you ask a subject matter expert. Maybe they even threw the acronym SME at you. So how do you find a subject matter expert?

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A vending machine, representing vendor management
Collaboration

What is Vendor Management?

All companies depend on vendors; providers who fill a certain need. Restaurants need suppliers for their ingredients like tech companies often rely on vendors for their infrastructure. Find out how these relationships can be managed.

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Worn down grain silos, representing tool silos
Collaboration

Tool Silos: What They Are and How to Smash Them

With the explosion of SaaS tools, businesses, departments, and even individual workers are using multiple tools to get work done. This has created a new collaboration problem: tool silos. Find out what they are and what you can do about them.

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A list of done tasks, representing the optimization of the personal to-do list workflow
Collaboration

What Is a Personal To-Do List Workflow?

What’s the first thing you do when you get to the office? You probably start by finding out what you need to do that day. That involves checking your email, your chat tool, your tools, and more. How do you keep it all organized? With a personal to-do list workflow, of course.

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