Webinar Invitation
Mapping & Measuring Collaborative Performance
Helping Organizations Understand
and Improve their Collaborative Performance
Join us for a 30-minute webinar April 18th, as Peter Smit discusses how organizations are striving to improve collaboration in order to boost productivity .
Many organizations undertake transformation initiatives, whether cultural, workplace or digital, with the goal of becoming more open, more sharing and more collaborative, all with little or no ability to measure the actual impact. Learn how groups, teams, spaces, and businesses can be measured and strategies developed to make your organizations more effective.  
Presenter: Peter Smit
Chief Executive and Founder of Collabogence
Cost: FREE
When: Wednesday
April 18th at
11:00-11:30 am EST
2:00-2:30 pm EST
Peter has long sought how to get organizations to leverage their collective experience, expertise and knowledge to their maximum benefit.

He is a senior executive and consultant with a diverse array of experience. He has worked globally for organizations such as Honeywell, Siemens and Opentext and consulted to many more.

As a “hobby”, Peter teaches a leading edge course on Collaboration to 4 th year students at the University of Toronto
In this webinar we will review:

  • Collabogence brings an innovative patent pending approach to measuring the effectiveness of initiatives without the use of cumbersome questionnaires, all while maintaining privacy and security.
  • Collaboration measurement plays a critical role in taking the guesswork out grouping/placing departments
  • The ability to establish a baseline, develop insights and strategies to affect change, along with the ability to track progress, and ultimately assess the “after” impact.
  • Collaborative behavior is contagious. Use your strongest collaborators strategically in terms of where to “seed” them in spaces and/or departments.
  • Establish how “siloed” your organization is and track the impact of efforts to break these silos down.
  • Track behavior changes with new technology tool pilots and understand the impact the new tool has before a bigger rollout.

  • Targeted training of individuals and groups to assure effective behavior and use of technology tools.
  • Develop and implement technology tool roadmaps with a higher degree of confidence of outcome.

Wednesday, April 18th
There is limited seating so register now while they're still available!