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> Collaborating During COVID-19: A How-To
The COVID-19 outbreak risks disrupting workflows across the world, forcing employees to stay home. However, given the range of effective collaboration tools that now exist, there are new opportunities for employees to stay connected and maintain their work life. In this note, I outline some general best practices to maintain effective collaboration during the COVID-19 outbreak – from collaborating in the office to working remotely.
First, if your organization has not made remote working mandatory or if working remotely is not an option, bear in mind the following when collaborating:
Source: Web Conferencing Data Quadrant at SoftwareReviews. Accessed March 4, 2020.
If remote work is a possibility, and perhaps already mandatory in some cases, consider these other points for effective collaboration across distance:
Don’t panic: prepare! Use COVID-19 as an opportunity to lay the groundwork for rationalizing your collaboration toolset and building a communication playbook to optimize information flow and create employee alignment.
Establish a Communication and Collaboration System Strategy
Respond Effectively to COVID-19
Implement Crisis Management Best Practices