- Lauren Trees, APQC
- Wednesday September 01, 2021 12:00pm
Almost everyone is working more virtually than they were before the pandemic. While collaboration capabilities have evolved rapidly, we’re still figuring out how to connect employees online and enable teamwork, innovation, learning, and relationship-building in a digital environment. In this webinar, APQC Principal Research Lead Lauren Trees will draw on a recent survey of 800+ professionals to suggest better ways to enable and support virtual collaboration. Attendees will leave with practical recommendations for solving common challenges—such as moving innovation and watercooler chat online—and making the digital workplace less frustrating and more productive for everyone.
About the Speaker:
Lauren Trees is principal research lead for knowledge management (KM) at member-based nonprofit APQC. She is responsible for identifying trends in enterprise knowledge sharing and collaboration, investigating cutting-edge ways to improve knowledge flow, and sharing her findings with APQC members and the business community at large. You can learn more about Lauren’s research on APQC’s blog, connect with her on LinkedIn, or follow her on Twitter @LTrees_KM.