Social Collaboration

What is Social Collaboration?


‘Social Collaboration’ refers to the concept of multiple teams or stakeholders joining their forces and resources to achieve a common target. Social collaborations could either be result-oriented or time-oriented.


A common example of social collaboration is the online forums in which individual members discuss a common topic. The members might help others depending on their knowledge or even suggest improvements to the topic being discussed. Social media is another platform where one will be able to witness social collaboration on a large scale.


Concerning HR, social collaboration might also refer to the concept of bringing personnel from different branches of the company to discuss and develop something or attain some other common goal.

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