German Social Collaboration Study

How do companies use modern cooperation technologies?

The Social Collaboration Study 2019 shows: Employees are not afraid of AI and bots. New technologies are becoming more and more accepted.

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Within the framework of the "German Social Collaboration Study 2019", which Campana & Schott has developed for the fourth time together with the Department of Business Informatics at the Technical University of Darmstadt, central questions concerning modern interactions in companies are examined.

Within the framework of the "German Social Collaboration Study", which Campana & Schott conducted jointly with the Department of Business Information Systems at the Technical University of Darmstadt, the following questions, among others, will be examined:

 

  •     What are the most important goals of social collaboration initiatives?
  •     What is the greatest potential for first-line workers through the use of social collaboration?
  •     How can the innovative power be increased through the use of enterprise social networks?
  •     What influence does change management have on the effects of social collaboration?
  •     How does the use of social collaboration change corporate culture?
  •     What role do executives play in cultural change?
  •     What impact do AI-based tools such as chatbots already have on collaboration?

Core questions of the current study

What are the main goals of social collaboration initiatives?
Where is the greatest potential for Firstline Workers through the use of Social Collaboration?
How can innovation be increased by using enterprise social networks?
How does the use of social collaboration change corporate culture?
What influence does change management have on the effects of social collaboration?
What role do managers play in cultural change?
What impact do AI-based tools such as chatbots already have on collaboration?
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About the Social Collaboration Study

[Translate to English:] DSCS

As a time-series study over several years, the German Social Collaboration Study provides a complete overview of the development of digitally networked cooperation in companies in Germany and Switzerland, independent of tools and manufacturers.

The publisher of the study is the Business Information Technology department of the Technical University of Darmstadt under the direction of Professor Peter Buxmann.

1,465 employees from large and medium-sized companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland took part in the 2019 survey across a broad spectrum of industries. In addition to scientific statements on the status quo of social collaboration adaptation in business, the study offers empirically proven success factors for practical use in companies.

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