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SCR - SOCIALISED COLLABORATION READINESS


Assessment tool for business and operational managers with a focus on Socialised Collaboration

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SCR - SOCIALISED COLLABORATION READINESS


Assessment tool for business and operational managers with a focus on Socialised Collaboration

EVERYTHING AROUND PEOPLE. ENSURE THEY ARE READY.

Watch what Rhys said at the CIPD Learning & Development 2014 Exhibition

Timing is crucial

Timing for socialised collaboration is as crucial as other business decisions - the earlier an organisation is ready to implement socialised collaboration, the sooner it can take advantage of internal and external opportunities.

However, equally critical is implementing socialised collaboration at the right time – missing the deployment window of opportunity can result in huge loss to both operating budget and resource, as well as the opportunity cost to the business as a whole. Recouping these losses with later implementation can present disproportionate challenges.

You are welcome to download our printer-friendly SCR information page here.

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SCR QUESTIONNAIRE


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SCR QUESTIONNAIRE


AUTHENTIC RESEARCH

Through our collaboration with The University of Edinburgh, the UK’s leading university in socialised learning and collaboration, GPi provides accredited insight into the critical areas for implementing new collaboration and operation solutions.

SCR provides a systematic diagnosis, assessing 4 critical areas for companies to successfully transform into socialised organisations: collaboration strategy, operating culture and structure, collaboration approach and channel, and social technologies.

  • Accredited Work
  • 4 Dimensions Critical to Success

PRACTICAL INSIGHT

The technical and cultural status-quo is highlighted to organisations through the initial SCR diagnostic check. Then follows a thorough consideration of the impact of changes to the organisation and all people involved.

Start by collaborating in a socialised way:

  • instant and cross-boards collaboration with business-oriented and strategy-aligned outcomes
  • socialised features – accelerated teamwork, fast access to expertise, knowledge sharing…

We are proud to work closely with great businesses, which value a people-centric approach as much as we do. The SCR provides an excellent opportunity to: 

  • understand the status- quo
  • evaluate previous efforts and investments in this area
  • adjust and align collaboration and operation with business goals
  • work out the next steps
  • discuss measurable KPIs (ROI) 

IN-DEPTH QUESTION

The SCR asks the right questions to identify your business strengths and weaknesses. The basic idea is that identifying and preparing for upcoming challenges today will help you avoid losing money and demotivating your people.

The journey to a socialised business is never easy.

SCR asks tough questions that will allow your people to rethink their day-to-day collaboration and operation. It also helps ‘operation’ professionals and project leaders answer the following questions:

  • How much does our collaboration strategy support our business strategies?
  • Who are the early-movers and how can we bring them on board?
  • What is the current collaboration approach and channel we can easily utilise?
  • How do my people react to using social technologies?

Furthermore the SCR assists in future-proofing your company by encouraging decision-makers to reflect on impact and opportunities. 

Social technologies will change the world of management.
— Rhys Marc Photis @ GPi

SCR MANAGEMENT REPORT


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SCR MANAGEMENT REPORT


SCR MANAGEMENT REPORT

The SCR management report provides an overview that is easy to use and understand. It gives you conclusive data on your organisation’s current development strengths against desired socialised collaboration criteria. Results are visualised simply, highlighting the distance to embracing socialised collaboration and the actions needed to get there.

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INVESTMENT

We provide you with a management report offering 3 different levels of detail. We also identify the potential areas of improvement with regard to breaking down collaboration silos, finding expertise, innovating faster and developing a stronger customer engagement; all of which are essential for a socialised collaboration organisation.