Though tools such as Microsoft's SharePoint can contribute to more streamlined processes in the workplace, what's hard is changing employee actions and perception. Here are five tips to help your workforce adapt and accept portals as collaborative, successful ways of working.
Each organization has its own unique culture, which can become a fundamental driving force. In an optimal culture, employees' interests and the interests of the business are closely aligned, leading to a win-win situation. Collaborative portals such as SharePoint shift the way that people work -- for the better, but the culture change that occurs can be exhausting. In order to alleviate some of these challenges, SharePoint360 suggests:
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