Unfortunately teams, despite company policies, rarely manage to collaborate effectively while running different projects. This collaboration issue is often inbuilt with the job function and the company structure.
Consequently activities remain isolated and their impact on each other’s success is often ignored. Examples of this can be found in marketing agencies where development and marketing teams are separated, or in the IT world where UX design and programming don’t exchange their views as a product is built.
This behaviour naturally limits the understanding of a causal model of success or failure, driving resource cost and skills increasingly apart within the same business.
Isolated projects are common and drive resource cost and skills apart.
Digital Intelligence helps.
Digital Intelligence helps you connect the dots between isolated projects and their correlation in your business structure.