Collaboration case study: LexisNexis
This report examines how LexisNexis' UK organisation pioneered the use of Yammer as the formal basis for its workforce collaboration and paved the way to its adoption globally by parent company Reed Elsevier.
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- LexisNexis is a professional publisher and solutions provider primarily serving knowledge professionals in the legal and tax markets. The company is a division of the global publishing company Reed Elsevier Plc, which operates in more than 100 countries with more than 15,000 employees worldwide.
- LexisNexis UK needed to improve internal communications and collaboration effectiveness among its employees, encouraging bidirectional conversational flow up and down the organisational hierarchy. It also wanted to increase employee productivity through better engagement of staff.
- Sixteen months on from its official launch at LexisNexis UK, about 60% of the company is using Yammer at least once every two weeks, with 98% of staff signed up as registered users. Some areas of the business – particularly the sales teams – continue to resist adoption, but the company is seeing positive improvements in levels of engagement among those who have adopted.
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- Case study key facts
- Company background
- Project background
- Implementation characteristics and status
- The approach
- The results
- Recommendations for adopters
- Best practice insights
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