Principles of Effective Groupware Implementation


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Principles of Effective Groupware Implementation
Effective implementation of groupware presents many challenges to consultants and facilitators. As any experienced consultant understands, successful implementation of groupware hinges more on contextual factors than technological issues. In other words, the most important implementation decisions have more to do with people, work processes, and integration with legacy systems than with the features and capabilities of the new groupware system. With these issues in mind, the following report discusses the three most important things a company can do to implement and use groupware systems effectively. For each prescribed approach, explanation is also provided concerning why these measures are...
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