in the context of physical space-time, organizations have learned, and continue to learn, to expand physical spaces through digital platforms for the most diverse purposes, including for dynamics of creative collaborations, carried out increasingly remotely, even more so in organizations of large scale where collaborators are spatially distributed.
the covid 19 pandemic accelerated this movement, with a catalyst for the future, and brought remote work to the reality of many more people. in this big bang of transformations, a set of platforms emerged or gained evidence that complement each other as instruments of strategic collaboration in organizations:
platforms that simulate whiteboards on the walls of organizations, such as the miro, mural and jamboard, gained a lot of visibility for supporting people to propose hypotheses in a visually structured way;
platforms that simulate meeting rooms in organizations, such as zoom, teams and google meet, despite having been around for a long time, have gone from interesting tools to the main tool for debating hypotheses orally in organizations;
platforms that simulate the corridors of organizations, such as whatsapp and slack, where groups of people hold asynchronous debates to choose hypotheses, sometimes as a continuation of the synchronous debates in videoconference rooms. as in the corridors, the dialogue here happens in a disorderly, unstructured way; and,
platforms that simulate the drawing boards of opinion polls, such as typeform, fastfield and google forms, where people assemble forms so that other people can validate the choices of hypotheses resulting from creative collaboration debates.
why is strategeegia the best platform for creative collaborations?
the strateegia platform was specially designed to support the complete process of creative collaboration, leading teams of the most different profiles to contribute to strategic decision-making in organizations. strategy is especially useful for planning, creating, producing, operating and evolving products, services, models and processes with people collaborating creatively.
in strategy, people are encouraged to propose and debate hypotheses in a structured way at points of divergence, as well as to choose and align choices at points of convergence. the result is a dynamic that engages the participants and creates a broad and representative repertoire of alternatives, guaranteeing the decisive space for everyone in the creative collaboration network.
a good example in strateegia to test this dynamic is the lean startup journey that, based on the methodology that lends it its name, helps in the process of designing a product or service to quickly develop a minimally viable delivery (MVP).