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Finding out about other people's expertise can be done intentionally, but people can benefit from more serendipitous approaches too. " When you get an email from someone and hover over their name, a "Did you know …?" prompt should display on a tool-tip style pop-up, again outlining something that they've recently written. Or if your organization is using a system like GroupSwim (whereby expertise is gifted to others based on the reactions of colleagues to what someone knows), one or two of their expertise tags could be displayed. " Read the article online, at Michael's blog. Written for ...
is a collaborative workspace for small teams and businesses. It runs right in your browser, and offers a fairly simple and straightforward way for others to share and leave feedback on photos, video files, and office documents. The interface runs entirely in Flash , so there are no special extensions to download, or programs that need to be installed on your computer. Just start up a workspace and go. Review Basics works with a variety of common office document standards like Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and PDF. It also can handle uploading an entire zipped folder, so if you get a zipped ... Read More
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