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Definitely Fancier than a Whiteboard June 2, 2007

Posted by Jeff in collaboration.
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Only a couple weeks after I posted an entry where I mentioned how a colleague of mine had thought that a community whiteboard would be a useful way for teams to collaborate, Scott Hanselman has a really interesting post on his blog that describes how some of his colleagues at Corrilian Software collaborate by putting “mini-posters” up on the walls around the office – and encouraging people to scribble all over them with updates, comments and corrections. There is definitely some extra overhead for the individual(s) maintaining the mini-posters over time, but I think that it’s a great idea. Another thing to add to my collaboration to-do list <sigh>.

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