Overview of Collaboration

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Overview of Collaboration Information Systems
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1. What is collaboration What are the three critical collaboration drivers 1. How can collaboration systems improve team communication Distinguish between synchronous and asynchronous communication 1. How can collaboration systems manage content What are the three choices for sharing content 1. How can collaboration systems control workflow What are the various workflow options Lecture Objectives 2-2
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5. Understand the four collaboration procedures a company should follow 6. How do companies use collaboration systems for decision making Distinguish between operational, managerial and strategic decision-making 5. How do companies use collaboration systems for problem solving Lecture Objectives cont. 2-3
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Q1: What is collaboration? Q2: What are the components of a collaboration information system? Q3: How can you use collaboration systems to improve team communication? Q4 How can you use collaboration systems to manage content? Q5: How can you use Microsoft SharePoint for team projects? Q6: How do businesses use collaboration systems? Q7: 2021? Study Questions 2-4
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Collaboration occurs when two or more people work together to achieve a common goal, result, or work product Communicating, sharing information, sharing knowledge, combining skills, sharing time Cooperation is not collaboration Q1: What Is Collaboration? 2-5
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One person produces something Others review and comment Make changes It takes time to create a collaborative team Importance of Feedback and Iteration Changes? Done Yes No 2-6
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Communication skills, member abilities Availability of effective communication systems Communication Who made what changes, when, why Rights to create, edit, delete, and read- only content privileges may vary Content Management Ordering tasks, processes for handling rejected changes, dealing with exceptions Often not needed for one-time, ad hoc groups working on short-term project Workflow Control 3 Critical Collaboration Drivers 2-7
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Q2:What Are the Components of a Collaboration Information System? 2-8
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Perform basic tasks like creating announcements, reading and storing documents, adding items to lists, responding to surveys and so forth. Procedures for using collaboration software: Concerns how team will perform its collaborative work. Procedures for conducting collaborative project: Types of Collaboration Procedures 2-9
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Collaboration Procedures 2-10
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Important and Not-Important Characteristics of a Collaborator 2-11
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Important and Not-Important Characteristics of a Collaborator (cont’d) 2-12
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Types of Communication Synchronous communication Team members meet at the same time, but not necessarily at the same geographic location. It may include conference calls, face-to-face-
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course CNIT 321 taught by Professor Juliemariga during the Spring '12 term at Purdue.

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