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Team Collaboration: Using Microsoft® Office for More Effective Teamwork by John Pierce

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Chapter 3. Managing Access and Preserving History

IN THIS CHAPTER

COLLABORATIVE WORK IS often facilitated through approaches that don’t enforce rigorous structures. Brainstorming sessions serve this purpose, of course, where some or all of a team’s members gather to generate ideas about future work, exchange ideas about what processes can be improved, or outline solutions to particularly difficult problems that keep coming up. In Part 2 of this book, you’ll learn how Microsoft Lync supports various types of informal (and formal) communication that let teams exchange ideas in these ways and how teams can use a Microsoft OneNote notebook as a kind of ad hoc repository for ...

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