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    Group Collaboration Software The current military office environment that is worked in can be cut into two sections when talking about office automation and group collaboration tools; the deployed and non-deployed office environment. Each section has its' own unique qualities and usually requires the same technology to operate, but each gets different support based the deployed environment being more of a priority. To first answer this topic, one must understand that collaborative software is also

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    Benefits of Office Automation and Group Collaboration Software As we know group collaboration is important for the success of business. Group collaboration will help a company to increase the contribution of members, help each other leading a business to be more productive. The previous researches have proved that group is more effective and brings more effective result than what single person can achieve. I am an employee of recently opened Modern Shoes Company which has manufacturing plant in

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    a large Pharmaceutical Company was tasked with implementing a unique and innovative way in which high throughput parallel chemical synthesis could be performed by the traditional bench chemists. Building off the deployment of a new collaborative software system, the Electronic Notebook (ELN) by CambridgeSoft Corporation, our job was to identify a way to develop a back-end system which links the chemist’s notebook to automated synthesis in the Lab. The new Electronic Notebook was established in order

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    exploiting on the cost advantages. If RLK decides to invest more money into R&D and should the new product stall on launch, they face the danger of becoming bankrupt. 2) Collaborate with Inova to work on the new product - IVid a. Lars could procure the software skills he needed from Inova for one-fifth what they'd cost in the States. The huge cost savings will be advantageous to the RLK in the short run even though there were transaction costs and royalties to consider as well. b. A potential obstacle

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    The Sakai Project

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    During the fall semester of 2009, I set out to understand the managerial process of the open-source software collaboration project Sakai1. This effort became my final project for the course Managing In Information-Intensive Companies, taught by Morten Hansen. Using the framework for understanding the innovation, collaboration, and decision making processes in organizations, I researched the inception of Sakai, it’s early development, and it’s current status. I found that the success of their product

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    Developing Collaborative Partnerships

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    Developing Collaborative Partnerships Collaboration has become the byword of the 1990s as a strategy for systemic change in human services, education, government, and community agencies. Increasingly, public and private funders are rewarding or requiring collaborative efforts. The advent of block grants is creating an urgent need for integrated, locally controlled services. Shrinking resources are causing many organizations to consider the potential benefits of working together. States are looking

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    Using Wikis in Education

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    multiple users to contribute and edit text. It includes editing tools similar to a word processor that allow the user to control text size and color, make the text bold or italicized, and enter web links and pictures. Changes are tracked by the software and successive edits can be monitored or even rolled back to a previous version. The program allows email notification of changes made as chosen by the user in the settings of their account (Cunningham, 2002; Crocker, Hutchings, Nussey, Park, &

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    Combined Effort Equals Success In the past decades, as technology became more and more important and frequently used in the commercial world, the shape of our daily business processes have drastically changed. Companies have expanded, opened

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    communication and collaboration in relation to the emerging technology plays a great role not just in our personal needs but with many organizations as well. Collaborating through the use of internet is faster and more accessible. Online collaboration on the other hand, involves a team working together, often at the same time, and on the same documents and is good for organizations of any size, as long as there is interest in working together over the internet. Online collaboration is not only great

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    Two Main Categories of Collaboration

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    Two Main Categories of Collaboration The first thing I noticed about the subject of collaboration is that it is huge—there are as many styles, types, methods, rationales, theories, benefits and drawbacks as there are theorists and scholars. Additionally, almost no one appears to agree on even such simple matters as terminology (Is it collaborative writing or collaborative learning? Is it peer response, review, or editing?), let alone on actual application and practice. As Kenneth Bruffee states

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