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

Talko makes phone calls collaborative

We’ve been trialling a new smartphone app called Talko that blends realtime audio, text messaging, and image sharing into one seamless stream. It already seems like a promising step forward in streamlining teamwork, although it’s currently on iPhone only. There’s a great in-depth article on Talko, and the story behind it, on Medium.com. Talko is latest project of veteran collaboration tool pioneer Ray Ozzie.

Collaborative Knowledge Creation Event at Melbourne Knowledge Week – October 29th

Register now for our Collaborative Knowledge Creation session One of the benefits of collaboration is that it allows us to bring diverse knowledge to a particular challenge or opportunity. But how do we work together to apply knowledge once it’s been collected? How do we ensure the flow of knowledge across social, industry, and disciplinary boundaries? How do we work together to create new knowledge, to be used now and in the future? As part of Melbourne Knowledge Week, Collabforge […]

Epic Collaboration Progress Report

It’s been four months since we launched Epic Collaboration, our initiative to grow the world’s capability for collaboration. Since then, we’ve made a lot of progress, and learned heaps about how to realise our vision. We’ve written a blog post summarising our learnings. We’d value your comments on this post, and you’ll see we’ve already had lots of great feedback. We’re already planning next steps, and we anticipate starting monthly collaboration sessions. Register to be notified.

August Newsletter

For those not on our subscriber list – here’s our newsletter for August. COLLABFORGE OUT AND ABOUT… We’re getting out of the office to talk collaboration, innovation and knowledge with two upcoming events: Level Up Workshop – 27th August Collabforge will be hosting our second LEVEL UP: Skills for Mass Collaboration Workshop August 27.Acknowledging great feedback on our July workshop, this month we’ll be focusing more deeply on how to use principles of stigmergy to get your audience collaborating with having […]

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 […]

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Collabforge delivered a tailor-made approach to change management that operated from inception to project finalisation. Future Melbourne’s success can be measured by our recent win in the 2008 Victorian Awards for Planning Excellence, an achievement that would not have been possible without Collabforge.

The Future Melbourne Team
City of Melbourne

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

Mark Elliott and the Collabforge team provided Parks Victoria with the strategy and solution for a planning web 2.0 application. The Collabforge team generates innovative ideas and have created a professional on-line environment in a timely manner. I would recommend their services to all organisations.

Louise Rose
Parks Victoria
Project Manager Alpine Planning