- Opinion & Analysis
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A social collaboration platform creates the opportunity for accessing critical tacit and implicit knowledge among retirees or the aging workforce. Leaders can leverage a broad assemblage of technologies (mobile, instant messaging, etc.), activities (content management, polls, ideation, etc.) and content outputs (videos, blogs, recommendations) to create a platform that increases access and stimulates participation. Such platforms can form extended communities among users who would not normally collaborate.