Corpa is paving way to high performance culture and deep collaboration within organizations

 
 

Collaboration 2.0: A New Kind

Modern way of work seeks sharing and connecting with others. With that simple yet powerful idea in mind we embedded social aspects of work into Corpa so you can work closely with peers and members of your organization, create group discussion on a particular subject or share documents elements, assign tasks and sub-tasks, create a channel to discuss a topic you are passionate about. Corpa Newsfeed create a whole new way of staying on top of what's going on around your work environment. With Corpa Tasks based Eisenhower Matrix you can delegate and do work based on what's important and urgent thereby creating high performance and productive habits and culture as a result.

 

 

TASKS

Manage your tasks based on importance and urgency

 
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Create and delegate tasks to get organized and help others get organized. Focus on the real work. Tasks are a great way to prioritize your work and make most of your time at work allowing you to focus on both urgent and important. Tasks Matrix is color coded for you to stay focused.

 
 
Image Source: Nate Winkler

Image Source: Nate Winkler

DO = Urgent & Important (~Deadlines)

DECIDE = Important, Not Urgent (~Planning)

DELEGATE = Not Important, Urgent (~Meetings)

DELETE = Not Important, Not Urgent (~Trivia)

 

 

NEWS FEED

Modern way of work seeks sharing and connecting with others

 
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We embedded social fabric of work into Corpa so you can connect to other members of your organization, create group discussion on a particular subject or share a new status with your colleagues who can give you feedback or comment on what you are thinking leading to an inclusive and fun way of discussing something. If you see an updated element in your feed, an invoice perhaps, comment directly from the feed using the comment button. With @ mention your peers so they can get notified immediately if something needs to be taken care of immediately and with # call any element, project perhaps, to cite it inside your comment. News feed isn't just social its collaborative and helps you get real work done in a fun new way.