Consulting with a Conscience™

A cruciallogics blog

Written by Nim Nadarajah
on September 26, 2018
In theory, offices exist as places to support and encourage collaboration. But as sharper tools for professional collaboration like Microsoft Office 365 evolve and continue to emerge, board rooms, break rooms, office buildings, and even office hours are falling short. In this Forbes article, you'll read how meetings and other office interruptions can hinder productivity. It explores how digital workspaces can lead to better collaboration and greater productivity. It also addresses some obstacles digital-workspace technology must surmount as all signs point to a future where collaboration is moving out of traditional offices and into a digital world.


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