This time, however, the concept worked. With more than eight million daily active users (DAU) – at last count – across at least 100 countries, the ‘Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge’ tool has been adopted by 65pc of Fortune 100 companies. At less than 10 years old, Slack is being integrated into a rapidly-changing workforce, impacted by catalysts including unprecedented global market trends and the ever increasing rate of technological change. But, according to company’s co-founder and chief technological officer (CTO) Cal Henderson, there’s also an internal pressure for change, as within the next year, some 50pc of the workforce will be millennials. “This new workforce brings with it a certain set of expectations around the tools they use, how they communicate, not to mention the work-life balance and how they interact with work. “The way people think about jobs and careers and work has just changed significantly over the last decade,” he said. “Humans are difficult, messy creatures – they are difficult to get along with. Anything that can help the productivity of the team is going to be hugely beneficial to companies in the future.” Slack has been described as the ’email-killing’ messaging service, encouraging further… Read full this story
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