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

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Chapter 7. Keeping Track of Discussions and Ideas

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TEAMS CAN SPEND a lot of time planning—evaluating the current state of their work and identifying the steps they need to take to ensure that they’re prepared for what’s ahead. All or part of the team plans together in meetings, and team members also work on their own in advance of group sessions and again afterward to follow up on decisions, tasks, and issues the team defines.

As part of planning, teams record their ideas and processes and often gather information from other ...

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