Collaboration means working effectively with others to get the job done. Mobile collaboration also means working together—just not face-to-face. It means integrating technology to change how and where you can work. Connecting with the right coworkers at the right moment. And communicating with anyone, from anywhere, at any time.
When you have the right tools and the right processes, mobile collaboration can drive innovation like no other enterprise initiative. This is your guide to make it happen.
of the enterprise
identify mobility as a
significant part of their
work in a culture that
working and mobility2
work in a bring
your own device
Despite the broad acceptance of this new working culture, different people have different roles, work styles, and preferences. Increasingly, however, they share a need to work on the go, outside the office. Our research has found that mobile workers fall into three distinct groups: Road Warriors, Flex Workers, and Connected Executives. Here, we look at each group and the challenges they face when working in motion.
Always adjusting to different environments.
In a state of constant change.
of the enterprise workforce
consists of Flex Workers1
Along with the right tools, mastering mobile collaboration requires planning and communication skills for success
1 Plantronics Persona Research, 2013.
2 Plantronics Mobile Collaboration Global Survey, 2016.