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Forrester Collaborative Work Management

Increasing innovation is of perpetual importance to executives and decision makers, but operationalizing innovation is often challenging. Dedicated innovation centers can become ivory towers while decentralized innovation can be chaotic and create risk.

In May 2020, Atlassian commissioned Forrester Consulting to survey 155 global decision makers about the role that high-bandwidth collaboration plays in aligning innovation from top to bottom and across organizations’ units.

Tap into their findings in this analyst report, and discover how collaboration tools enable innovation in a post-pandemic world.

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