Crowdsource and develop ideas by collaborating with external consultants
Miroglio, an Italian high fashion retailer, wanted to create a channel to conduct design-related discussions not only with their employees but also with their external design consultants. They leveraged a Workplace group to enable this collaboration. The group acts as an e-learning platform led by the external consultant to crowdsource, share, and develop ideas about designs and provide inspiration to employees.
A multi-company group (MCG) best serves this need today by allowing external parties to join only a specific group with a company’s employees. However, as an early adopter of Workplace, Miroglio did not have a multi-company group available to them. Therefore, they onboarded the external consultant on their own Workplace to facilitate this collaboration, highlighting the importance of fulfilling this need.
How to do it in your company in three simple steps:
- Create a multi-company group (MCG) and invite external consultants as well as employees to this group
- Make a pinned post on this group to explain the group’s purpose, e.g, sharing of ideas, etc.
- Encourage all members to regularly share in the MCG so the community can continue to generate ideas for everyone
About The Miroglio Group:
Miroglio is a high fashion retailer established in 1947 and headquartered in Italy whose clothing and fabrics are retailed through 1,200 branded stores that employ more than 3,500 people. Miroglio Fashion is responsible for the creation and selling of 12 women’s fashion brands distributed worldwide throughout a network of 1,188 mono-brand retail stores and 2,400 trade clients with multi-brand stores and has a significant presence in the most important international department stores.
More about the company here.