During five weeks of playing the game “Smart Collaborators: Working from Everywhere Together”, you and your team will set to work on structurally improving your (digital) collaboration. Each week, a new mission opens up with different assignments, such as completing a quiz, making work agreements about digital or hybrid collaboration, and improving the energy balance within the team.
Together with your team, you take part in a competition with other teams in your organisation. This means you are all striving for a spot at the top of the rankings! You carry out the individual assignments when it suits you best. The team assignments are added directly to your team’s meeting agenda. So, you’ll be learning and developing in daily practice!
Which tools will you use?
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Using Office 365 applications such as Teams, OneNote, Planner / To Do, and Whiteboard, you’ll gain more insight into how matters are organised within your team and you’ll learn how to collaborate smarter with your team. You’ll discover different forms of (digital) communication and the possibilities of physical, hybrid and digital collaboration. Attention for the balance of energy within your team is also not forgotten. In the game, you’ll receive downloadable content with new methods of working, energizers and check-ins.
You become familiar with the platform, you investigate which forms of (digital) communication are preferred by your team, and you make work agreements about your team’s way of communicating. Ready to play?
You learn more about office types where it concerns time management, and you learn about synchronous and asynchronous collaboration. You receive tips & tricks about digital collaboration and discover those used by other teams.
You learn which meeting can take place fully digitally, which is better held physically, and when a hybrid meeting is fine. You learn about different energizers you can use during meetings and you exchange tips about this with other teams.
You learn all the in’s and out’s of the applications Planner, To Do and Tasks, and you devote attention to the balance, well-being and vitality within your team.
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Cecilia van Delft & Ineke van de Geest, Changemanagers | Digital Workplace
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