As conference rooms continue to be upgraded, interactive collaboration boards are becoming more enticing for businesses. With entrants to the workforce now expecting this kind of technology, what can we learn from the education space?
The concept of collaborating with your peers may be something that we’re officially introduced to in the office, but the reality is that our school days condition us to be able to learn about a topic and work on projects with others.
In this article, Charlie Levitton, Business Manager with SMART Technologies, explores the way that businesses can learn from the education space when looking to facilitate collaboration and engagement when using interactive technology. Read the full story in the first edition of UC Advanced: