The introduction of Virtual Collaboration requires unicist business coaches


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The introduction of virtual collaboration in businesses based on the use of conceptual management becomes a core activity of the unicist business coaches. Access the forecast of this trend at:

http://www.unicistinstitute.net/future-research/the-10-year-global-future-scenario-of-objects-driven-virtual-collaboration/ 

It has to be considered that technology is one of the fundamentals for economic growth. The unicist business coaching requires assuming a catalyzing role when dealing with facts and a "back2back" role when dealing with the coachees.

It has to be considered that technology is one of the fundamentals for economic growth. The unicist business coaching requires assuming a catalyzing role when dealing with facts and a “back2back” role when dealing with the coachees.

The recent launching of OFFICE 2016 works as a catalyst for the expansion of “Virtual Collaboration” in the business world.

VC allows saving from 20% to 50% of the time investment in meetings, but requires increasing the level of “focus” of the participants. VC also reduces the need to travel and thus saves significant amounts of “time & money”.

This concept was massively introduced several years ago by Google but now it becomes a universal standard in business that has a high impact in the work processes of managers.

This type of work requires that those who are collaborating have to be on the same page, meaning that they are dealing with the same concept.

This requires the introduction of Conceptual Management in business which allows ensuring the focus of activities and using business objects and knowledge objects to simplify processes.

This change of habits is huge but is also an extremely profitable business. This type of work also fosters the upgrade in professionalism through the use of business concepts to ensure the focus.

In the future, the personal business meeting will be more focused on launching new activities and on the closing of agreements.

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