Collaborative writing software online with Writeboard. Write, sh Hello, We launched Writeboard back in October of 2005 as a stand-alone service. A few years later we integrated Writeboards into Basecamp Classic and Backpack. Today, the vast majority of Writeboards are created inside those two products. Open Source Project and Task Management Software dotProject is a volunteer supported Project Management application. There is no "company" behind this project, it is managed, maintained, developed and supported by a volunteer group and by the users themselves. For more about the product, what it does, etc please follow the links to the doc site at the top of site. The software is free to anyone who would like to download it. Day to day support is provided free by volunteers.
The Single Largest Collaboration-Killing Mistake You’re Unaware Of There’s a lot of talk about how to get the most out of teams today. Do you define strict roles for each team member? Is it all about outlining the approach? Do you let teams naturally work to achieve it? How much structure is too much when it comes to collaboration? Turns out, according to Tammy Erickson’s Harvard Business Review article, the common assumptions team leaders make when it comes to trying to inspire collaboration may actually be killing it.
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Need a Basecamp Alternative? Basecamp prides itself on providing their customers, for 17 years now, with the utmost user-friendly program. Their goal is to continue providing their basecampers with a product that is at the highest level of integrity and quality. Oh but wait! There’s a flip side – not everyone is a happy camper at the “basecamp”. To be frank, Basecamp frustrates some people because it doesn’t have all of the bare necessities as most Basecamp alternatives do. Unifying 4 Generations of Work Styles, Struggles & Solutions Here at the end of our generational journey, we’ve absolutely zero big bang systemic solutions to offer. But fear not! There’s a helpful and very human lesson or two to be learned from looking at each group: Understand, Communicate, Trust Plenty of differences are obvious from the start, but often it’s the details impressed on us by the environments we grew up in — each different from the one we’ve come to collectively share – that have the most impact on the way we conduct ourselves. It’s common for people to automatically attribute judgments to these differences because they are unfamiliar, and so it is by shedding light on them that we can promote understanding, and begin to guide more efficient and cohesive workforce teams.
Oryx workflo Oryx is an academic Open Source project that allows you to add your prototypes to a powerful process modeling infrastructure. The project is mainly driven by the Business Process Technology research group at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute. Academic use & research The BPM Academic Initiative central hub for process modeling on the web The BPM Academic Initiative is run by academics in business process management and by Signavio, who provides the online platform for process modeling and analysis free of charge for academic use in research and teaching. The BPM academic initiative serves as a central hub for process modeling on the web for academics.
Social CRM Mainstreaming Continues With Hearsay I just finished up doing some "judge work" for this year's Gartner/ 1to1 Media CRM Excellence Awards in the category of Social Engagement. I can't get into any details as the winners will be announced at next month's conference, but I can say I was really impressed with what companies are doing today in order to improve the customer experience, and to amplify the voice of the customer throughout their organizations. In my last online column for Inc.com I wrote about how I think 2011 will be the year Social CRM goes mainstream. One of the reasons I feel this way was reinforced by what I saw in the companies up for the Gartner/1to1 award - more companies of all sizes are taking a more multidimensional, strategic approach to social tools and channels. Instead of being focused on one or two aspects - or acting strictly in response mode out of fear - you are seeing more comprehensive strategies being developed to integrate social with traditional to create better processes.