Collaborative Working App Released

Collaborative Working app now launched on the app store!

Created by NATS, endorsed by ICW and developed by SiyonaTech, this App is a powerful tool designed to be used by a broad range of users, from beginners to more experienced practitioners.

For beginners, there are features to introduce them to the purpose of collaboration and help raise their awareness through access to information and learning material. Then there are concepts that build on this, such as describing leading collaborative behaviours, references to successful projects that have embraced collaboration, as well as the availability of International standards; all of which will be of interest to individuals who want to embark on collaborative ventures or more experienced practitioners.

This app has been created for NATS, the UK’s leading air traffic services provider, primarily as a learning tool for the many partners it works closely with to deliver and maintain the UK’s air traffic management services. However, it is also hoped to deliver value to other organisations with complex business challenges where collaborative behaviours and relationships are crucial to success.

NATS is a member of the Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW) and won the ICW’s prestigious ‘Collaborative Pathfinder’ Award in 2017, which recognises an organisation that has shown both leadership and innovation in promoting and harnessing collaborative working approaches within its sector.

The app and the contents within it have been endorsed by the ICW. Some materials within the app have also been created by the ICW. The ICW is a joint initiative between the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Confederation of British Industry to promote the development of effective business relationships through collaboration.

 

 

 

 

Take a look at the video below to learn more about how working collaboratively and with technology is shaping the future:

A post by Laura Hanmer, Delivery Manager at SiyonaTech.

 

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