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10 Quick and Easy Team Building Exercises [Part 2]

Tim Deluca-Smith In Part 1 of this series we focused on communication exercises, problem solving and other team building activities. Part 2 of this series will focus on 10 more team building exercises, and each will focus on project planning skills and building trust amongst a team of peers. As most managers already know, team building exercises can have a great effect on productivity and overall teamwork at the office.

The future is now: the networked enterprise

Morten Brøgger While you may be asking if this is an old idea – surely every enterprise is networked these days – the networked enterprise is something more than simple connections. In fact, the networked enterprise refers to a fully connected organization. Today we rely on an increasing number of tools in both our personal and work lives. And while most, if not all, rely on connection – both to the Internet as well as to one other – what they often lack is a connection to each other.

Better collaboration for marketing teams

Tim Deluca-Smith Whether defining strategy and pricing, supporting sales outreach, governing use of the brand, or managing media influencers, successful marketing teams sit at the center of the organization.

10 Quick and Easy Team Building Activities [Part 1]

Tim Deluca-Smith Teams are more efficient and collaborative when they use Huddle. However, even the best teams can benefit from team building exercises; they're a great way of improving communication, morale, motivation, productivity, helping employees to get to know each other better, and learning about one’s strengths and weaknesses. Team building activities can be used by any business, large or small, to promote better teamwork in the workplace, and as most business owners and managers know, great teamwork is one of the key factors associated with a company’s success.

Mobile Passcode on Huddle for iOS: Greater security on the go

Susana Lopes You’ve probably experienced it before – that sinking feeling when you reach into your pocket or bag for your phone, only to discover it’s not there. Where did you leave it? On the train? In the bar you were at earlier? Or perhaps it was stolen. Either way, it’s gone and you’re probably not going to get it back. As painful as it may be, you can probably live without your phone for a while, but what you might not want to contemplate is someone getting access to your company data.

Better together with Huddle and Slack

Martin Saberton It has been said that less is more. In some cases this is true, but there are some times when less is just less. When it comes to collaboration, more collaboration is always better.  At Huddle we recognize that each team is individual, requiring the right combination of tools to make them most effective. We believe that two of the most fundamental collaboration tools are content management and communication. Case in point: combining Huddle and Slack.

The recipe for success at Gartner DWS

Brenna Simon In preparation for the upcoming Digital Workplace Summit 2016 September 21-22 in London, Gartner has cooked up The Recipe for a Digital Workplace. This recipe for success includes seven critical ingredients to create an effective digital workplace.

Is Slack facing new competition, or old?

Morten Brøgger In an exclusive with MSPowerUser yesterday, Microsoft unveiled the company’s latest project: Skype Teams. According to the article:

Even greater visibility when uploading files

Janna Larma Whether you’re working with a client’s financial data, or creating marketing materials for a top secret product launch, at Huddle we appreciate how important it is to maintain confidentiality around sensitive content. But we also appreciate that time is money, and, when the pressure’s on, sharing content with your team needs to be quick and simple – security should be a given. So, to put your mind at rest, we’ve made it easy to see who will be able to view and edit any content you’re uploading to Huddle.

The next big thing is already here

Morten Brøgger Last week Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff teased the company’s upcoming offering, Einstein. In the Forbes article Benioff is quoted as saying “If this is not the next big thing, I don’t know what is.”
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