Collaboration is a way of working...

                      Training and facilitation - Mentorship - Methodologies

Learning to collaborate means developing a new set of skills and behaviours, and a new level of shared vision and active contribution from your network.

                  Strategy - Technology - Project & Program Mgmt

An organisation that is truly collaborative at its core has the potential to deliver huge impact by enabling coordinated action with huge numbers of people.

                           Change enablement - Community events - Collab health check

At the end of the day, work should be awesome. Collaboration means having a people-centred culture that drives individual and collective well-being.

Latest blog posts

July Newsletter

  For those not on our subscriber list – here’s our newsletter for July.   HELP US WRITE AN EPIC… The Collabforge team are serious about helping improve the world’s collaboration capability—we launched Epic Collaboration last month. We’re so happy with the initiative’s progress and excited to see what it spells for our collective future. Missed out? Watch the event video below and let us know if you want to get involved! COLLABORATING WITH THE CROWD We hosted Collaborating with the Crowd, the second Epic Collaboration event […]

NESTA finds patterns across gov innovation teams

British independent innovation charity NESTA has just released a new report, ‘i-teams: The teams and funds making innovation happen in governments around the world’. The paper focuses on the stories of 20 innovation units, teams and funds, with the criteria that each i-team is inside a government organisation, or otherwise set up and/or funded by the government. The report’s authors, Ruth Puttick, Philip Colligan & Peter Baeck, write: Our objective has been to learn from the new practices being developed […]

NY Times see collaboration as the way to innovation success

Technology and the internet have both helped and hindered the news industry. Blogs and Twitter have taken over some of the space that newspapers have traditionally covered. On the other hand, social media has allowed news outlets to provide a constant stream of news, interact directly with their readers, and get a direct source of news as it happens. Despite being a highly acclaimed and award-winning newspaper, The New York Times has felt the impact of new media. In a […]

Maker movement making tracks in Aus

Image via Brian E. Kurtz   The maker movement is growing in popularity worldwide, with even US President Obama giving the DIY culture his stamp of approval. It isn’t surprising then that Deloitte Australia’s Centre for the Edge has taken a deep look at the movement, and last month launched its report, Product Innovation in a hyper connected world: The Australian Maker Movement. The report is based from Deloitte US’s research into this area, and translated for the local economy and […]

Are you a superstar freelance content creator?

Collabforge is currently looking for a Melbourne creative interested in a long-term partnership to create content of all types. Main responsibilities for the role are writing blog posts, managing social media streams in conjunction with the team, and delivering monthly e-newsletters. Other tasks may include event photography, graphic design, video editing and office administration. REQUIRED SKILLS Social media management, concentrating on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn Copywriting for web Blogging and maintaining a site via WordPress EDM creation and delivery, using […]

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Collabforge made developing our Website and Wiki simple. No wading through the jargon land of ‘Information Technology’; just dialogue that made sense and practically aligned with what we were trying to achieve. So patient, so helpful and always on the other end of the phone when I needed to ask a question.

Alison Fitzgerald
Inner Melbourne Action Plan Implementation Officer

Collabforge occupies a niche in the market that is new and emerging. None of the bigger players yet “get” this space, whereas Collabforge has a profound understanding of both how people (communities, businesses, government) collaborate and how this is best achieved online.

John McGee
Director, Digital Futures
Tasmania Department of Economic Development Tourism & the Arts

Collabforge gave us the very big advantage of engaging with some of our most important stakeholders in a way that excited them about the project and encouraged them to get on board.

Beau Zlatkovic
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Victorian Department of Planning and Community Development