The Social Collaboration Index is the readiness score resulting from assessing enterprise collaboration experiences through our Social Collaboration Maturity Framework. It can be applied both at the individual organization and at the industry level.
The Index is meant to act as a reference model that enables each entity to evaluate its level of ambition, available capabilities and the investments required to transform employee participation in measurable business value.
Our experience with international organizations has consistently shown a generalized lack of a holistic approach to social collaboration. That approach often constitutes the distinctive factor in successful projects.
Aiming at success nonetheless requires a consistent, objective and comprehensive way to measure progress, together with a crisp awareness of the actions needed to move forward.
In an attempt to fill this gap, the Social Collaboration Index aims to:
The Social Collaboration index is an open and inclusive project. The higher the participation, the better the quality of the resulting insights.
We are nonetheless aware that very diverse organizations may have extremely different needs, expectations and resources. In order to maximize the effectiveness of this work, we are then bound to limit this first phase to reasonably large companies.
A significant number of global leaders in Banking, Insurance, Pharma, Telecoms, Manufacturing and Consumer Products is already enthusiastically taking part to the study. We’ll keep adding more in the coming weeks.
If you are not participating yet, we strongly encourage you to do so especially if your firm is international and has at least 1.000 employees. Please candidate yourself by filling up the participation form.
We particularly welcome individuals with direct responsibility over social collaboration, intranet, enterprise communities and other collaborative initiatives dedicated to employees regarding less of the department they belong to (i.e Information Technology, Internal Communication, Marketing, Human Resources, Organization, Lines of Business, etc)
After filling up our form, we’ll get in touch to confirm if your organization is entitled to participate. If that is the case, you’ll be asked to:
The Social Collaboration Index is a free, public study conducted in our spare time and meant to benefit the entire enterprise collaboration community.
If not otherwise agreed, no confidential information will be collected or published in the study regarding participating organizations. Insights will be mostly based on anonymized and grouped data that cannot be associated to individual organizations.
The most innovative collaboration experiences will be invited to have their case study published in the final report. If you are among them, you’ll be able to decide if / how to be included and you (or your Communication department) will receive a preliminary version of the final report for approval.
We believe there is a long list of reasons for playing an active role into this project. Please find a few below: