Hardly a day passes without reference to today’s “globalized world” or its “borderless markets” as the justification for a particular business strategy. This type of connectedness plays a big part in building and extending a collaborative ecosystem that spans teams, departments and geographies. But to fully immerse a business in a connected, collaborative environment, it’s important to first understand what exactly connectedness is. 

At its core, connectedness refers to the depth of a company’s integration with the rest of its collaboration ecosystem. It contributes to a sense of solidarity and goes beyond ambition, urging organizations to ally, affiliate and grow the company through the right cooperative behavior.

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