Teamwork is the key to success, this mantra holds true in most aspects of life, be it sports or business. When people work together to achieve a common goal, they are more likely to succeed, as compared to them working alone or in isolation, without sharing their ideas and designs with others, and similarly not benefiting from the discoveries and innovation of others.
In fact, the recent technological bloom and the advancements we have made in the last few decades can easily be credited to the improvements in communication systems.
However, with the ever-growing size of different multinational organizations, the phenomenon of isolated working is again becoming a problem. Though this time, the root cause is not the lack of communication, but the right channels and forum for this communications to go through.
For example, in a big organization, when someone invents a new way to perform a certain task, he has to report it above the corporate ladder, and wait for his superior’s approval and nod to share it with the others.
However, it is possible that this discovery can be critical for another, completely different department, the one that has no information or idea about the work being done in other departments, within the same organization. This finally results in unnecessary delays and a risk of losing out to the competition.
Thankfully, there are apps like G Suite – formally known as Google Apps for your domain – that allows sharing, working and innovating together, regardless of the departments or locations. The sole purpose of this app is to help a businesses grow, at the fastest possible pace, by sharing information and innovations.
So, what is this G Suite?
It is simply a set of intelligent apps, the ones that can be greatly helpful in sharing, like Gmail for mails, Google Drive, Google Docs, Hangouts for chatting, and a few others.
All these apps and their role in G Suite is designed, keeping only one thing in mind, and that is to help people with real time coloration on projects, that so, right from the start. Or, in simple words, it brings people together.
G suit also helps organizations break the isolated work culture, where one department or office, only communicates with the other departments through limited channels.
With G Suite in place, that culture changes to multiple communication channels, which helps in increasing speed and productivity, along with agility. This gives any organization a strong base to stand on, while competing with the best.