Helly Hansen made some of the world’s first waterproof performance garments, found on the backs of mountain climbers, skiers and athletes across the earth. With global sites and employees that speak many languages, collaboration on the job becomes the backbone of the corporation. Take the best-selling Thrym jacket: with 265 pieces and almost as many manufacturing steps, there are hundreds of places to miscommunicate, resulting in opportunities for either damaging loss or profound teamwork.
So, how do you bridge a gap of locations, languages, markets and manufacturing steps? Where do you begin? Find out just how important social, collaborative tools are for this iconic retailer.
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