Presented By: Paula Caligiuri | Webcast Aired: September 30, 2010
With the advent of the Internet, globalization, and the ease and speed with which goods and services can travel across the world, the leadership of any large organization faces many challenges as it attempts to manage and encourage collaboration between global teams. An essential step is to ensure that all concerned have a common language, but even when this is the case differences in accents, timezones and culture, can often limit the collaborative energy of a virtual meeting.
In order for management to gain the results of "in-person" collaboration between global teams in a virtual setting, intelligent and strategic use of collaborative technologies is a must. However, without a level of understanding on these virtual teams of cultural and linguistic niceties these technologies will not yield the knowledge, experience, and innovation that translate into a competitive advantage for global organizations.
In this webcast, you will learn:
The benefits of managing a global team with cross-cultural and linguistic knowledge.
How to successfully foster this cross-cultural and linguistic knowledge in an organization.
The positive effect of good collaboration on productivity.
What technologies are available to enhance collaboration within global teams,