If you want to create an environment in which your employees can collaborate effectively, you must avoid “always-on connectivity”, write Ethan Bernstein, Jesse Shore and David Lazer for MIT Sloan Management Review.
It is now easier than ever before for colleagues to connect. We are “hyperconnected” say the authors.
This is largely down to digital collaboration tools, such as Slack and Zoom. The global market for these digital technologies was worth US$8bn in 2017 and is projected to have doubled to US$16bn in 2025.