Enablers to an Effective and Efficient Collaboration
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This is an ECOSPACE survey about Collaboration Enablers.
Nowadays, it is widely recognised that a number of various factors are affecting collaboration effectiveness and efficiency. Those factors are creating different types of distance among collaborating people such as eProfessionals. A recent literature review has allowed us to identify a number of factors grouped into twenty factor types or classes that are tentatively clustered into an overall concept named “collaborative distance”. This overall concept of collaborative distance has four dimensions in order to distinguish structural, social, technical and legal aspects.
Collaboration enablers are based on concepts able to compress or bridge different types of collaborative distance impacting positively collaboration effectiveness and efficiency.
This survey is intended to collect your views about the following mentioned collaboration enablers based on your own experience forged during collaborative projects. Resulting figures will be permanently monitored during the coming months.
Each assertion identifies a potential enabler which implies a certain positive impact on collaboration effectiveness and efficiency. The question that you are requested to answer is: "Do you believe that the following assertion is a collaboration enabler having a positive impact on collaboration effectiveness and efficiency?"
When expressing your opinion, it is requested to tick only one of the 4 possible answers:
- Major impact: This is a collaboration enabler having a major positive impact on collaboration effectiveness and efficiency.
- Average impact: This is a collaboration enabler having an average positive impact
- Minor impact: This is in somehow a collaboration enabler having a minor positive impact
- No impact: This is definitely not a collaboration enabler!
All following 4 electronic polls are intended to collect your views about potential collaboration enablers grouped into four different dimensions: