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Paul Marculescu

Teamness - Online team collaboration and project management - 0 views

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    Easy online project collaboration for teams. Teamness is a highly interactive web application intended to help teams organize projects data and share it with colleagues and customers.
godzhesas k

Online Project Management Free Software and Tools: Project Management, Team Collaboration, Effective Communication, Time Tracking - COMINDWORK - 2 views

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    Online project management and online team collaboration
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    Online project management,free project management software,free online project management, team collaboration and communication, web-based project management tool. Ideal for tasks and tickets management, bug tracking, effective team collaboration. Web based project management tool with features like project management, collaboration, extranets, wikis, tasks
Janos Haits

Riot. Break through. - 4 views

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    "Break through Riot allows teams to communicate across a wide range of collaboration apps. If some team members use Riot while others use IRC, Slack or Gitter, Riot will allow these team members to seamlessly work together. Riot offers the richest network of communication bridges."
kieuloan

các trò -chơi teambuilding ngoài biển - 0 views

Ưu điểm của chương trình team building outdoor đó là luôn gây được hứng thú cho các thành viên tham gia, tạo cảm giác quen thuộc n...

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Seçkin Anıl Ünlü

Accelerating Software Development | Assembla - 13 views

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    Build software quickly using globally distributed teams. Team workspaces, svn hosting, staffing opportunities.
Janos Haits

Sazneo - 15 views

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    Boost productivity by enabling teams to communicate more effectively both internally and with teams at other companies. Have fewer meetings, fewer conference calls and experience a dramatic reduction in e-mail volume. Sazneo brings together elements of instant messaging, group chat and online communities into a single online business application. No hardware or software required.
Janos Haits

Notejoy - Collaborative notes for your entire team - 14 views

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    "Collaborative notes for your entire team. Drowning in email & Slack? Notejoy's fast and focused workspace is the perfect solution."
Zulkarnain K.

Organize Your Team with Collabtive - 1 views

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    When you're managing larger teams of writers, developers, artist, or whatever really, a collaboration software can come in handy. The most popular and most talked about in the blogosphere is without a doubt Basecamp, which is a hosted solution that will s
Janos Haits

Posterbee. Smart sharing for teams. - 22 views

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    Read less, know more Share links, slides, videos and files and have a searchable knowledge bank for your team or organisation.
Helen Baxter

CatchApp - Track and monitor your teams activity - 5 views

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    The easiest way to catch up with everything your team is working on. Wherever you are.
Janos Haits

Fleep.io : Group chat for teams and businesses - 4 views

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    "Fleep.io is chat for teams and businesses Replace emails, collaborate smarter. Make it yours! In most group chats, important things get lost in the noise. Also, remember the chat messages and file transfers you missed because you were offline during lunch? So we built a better chat service. Simple, common-sense stuff."
Anjali Jain

Online Marketing Services - 0 views

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    we provide Online Marketing Services which best suited with the current market trend. Social Networking, SEO are some of the marketing activities that we follow to market your brand. Our team combines of expert people who develop marketing strategies that appeal both to your target audience & market.
Janos Haits

iPhone apps and iPad apps | Appolicious ™ App Directory - 23 views

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    Appolicious is the place to discover and share the latest and best iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android apps through social recommendations as well as reviews from users and our editorial team -- ten new app articles per day with two video reviews. Find, share, and review apps in categories such as Games, Education, and Travel, or browse user-created lists of apps for anything.
Smith Barney

Hire Designer, Professional Web Designer, Hire Dedicated Web Designer, Hire Web Design Team, Hire A Designer - 0 views

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    Hire the best web designer for your next website project. We offer the great web designs at a great cost hire a web designer or an all rounder designer now.
John Faig

Team WhiteBoarding with Twiddla - Painless Team Collaboration for the Web - 0 views

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    No sign up, free collaboration tool. I like it.
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    Mark up websites, graphics, and photos, or start brainstorming on a blank canvas. Browse the web with your friends or make that conference call more productive than ever. No plug-ins, downloads, or firewall voodoo - it's all here, ready to go when you are
chelfyn Baxter

Management and Virtual Decentralised Networks: The Linux Project - 0 views

  • A mechanistic management system is appropriate to stable conditions. It is characterised by:The Organismic form is appropriate to changing conditions. It is characterised by: Hierarchic structure of control, authority and communicationNetwork structure of control A reinforcement of the hierarchic structure by the location of knowledge of actualities exclusively at the top of the hierarchyOmniscience no longer imputed to the head of the concern; knowledge may be located anywhere in the network; the location becoming the centre of authority Vertical interaction between the members of the concern, ie. between superior and subordinateLateral rather than vertical direction of communication through the organisation  A content of communication which consists of information and advice rather than instructions and decisions
    • chelfyn Baxter
       
      This is very similar to many Web 1.0/2.0 analogies
  • Structurehierarchicalnetworked Scopeinternal/closedexternal/open Resource focuscapitalhuman, information Statestabledynamic, changing Directionmanagement commandsself-management Basis of actioncontrolempowerment to act Basis for compensationposition in hierarchycompetency level
  • However, "the Linux movement did not and still does not have a formal hierarchy whereby important tasks can be handled out ... a kind of self-selection takes place instead: anyone who cares enough about a particular program is welcomed to try" [54]. But if his work is not good enough, another hacker will immediately fill the gap. In this way, this 'self-selection' ensures that the work done is of superb quality. Moreover this "decentralisation leads to more efficient allocation of resources (programmers' time and work) because each developer is free to work on any particular program of his choice as his skills, experience and interest best dictate" (Kuwabara, 2000). In contrast, "under centralised mode of software development, people are assigned to tasks out of economic considerations and might end up spending time on a feature that the marketing department has decided is vital to their ad campaign, but that no actual users care about" [55].
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  • Industrial AgeInformation Age Focus on measurable outcomesFocus on strategic issues using participation and empowerment Individual accountabilityTeam accountability Clearly differentiated-segmented organisational roles, positions and responsibilitiesMatrix arrangement - flexible positions and responsibilities Hierarchical, linear information flowsMultiple interface, 'boundaryless' information networking Initiatives for improvement emanate from a management eliteInitiatives for improvement emanate from all directions
  • There is only one layer between the community of Linux developers and Linus: the "trusted lieutenants". They are a dozen hackers that have done considerably extended work on a particular part of the kernel to gain Linus' trust. The "trusted lieutenants" are responsible to maintain a part of the Linux Kernel and lots of developers sent their patches (their code) directly to them, instead of Linus. Of course, apart from Linus that has encouraged this to happen, this informal mechanism represents a natural selection by the community since the "trusted lieutenants" are recognised [by the community] as being not owners but simple experts in particular areas [57] and thus, their 'authority' can always be openly challenged. This does not mean that Linus has more influence than they have. Recently, "Alan Cox (one of the "trusted" ones) disagreed with Linus over some obscure technical issue and it looks like the community really does get to judge by backing Alan and making Linus to acknowledge that he made a bad choice" [58].
  • In 1991, Linus Torvalds made a free Unix-like kernel (a core part of the operating system) available on the Internet and invited all hackers interested to participate. Within the next two months, the first version 1.0 of Linux was released. From that point, tens of thousands of developers, dispersed globally and communicating via the Internet, contributed code, so that early in 1993, Linux had grown to be a stable, reliable and very powerful operating system. The Linux kernel is 'copylefted' software, patented under the GNU GPL, and thus, nobody actually owns it. But more significantly, Linux is sheltered by the Open Source (hacker) community. From its very birth, Linux as a project has mobilised an incredible number of developers offering enhancements, modifications/improvements and bug fixes without any financial incentive. Despite the fact that an operating system is supposed to be developed only by a closely-knit team to avoid rising complexity and communication costs of coordination (Brook's Law), Linux is being developed in a massive decentralised mode under no central planning, an amazing feat given that it has not evolved into chaos. Innovation release early and often: Linus put into practice an innovative and paradox model of developing software. Frequent releases and updates (several times in a week) are typical throughout the entire development period of Linux. In this way, Linus kept the community constantly stimulated by the rapid growth of the project and provided an extraordinary effective mechanism of psychologically rewarding his co-developers for their contributions that were implemented in the last version. On top of this, in every released version, there is a file attached which lists all those who have contributed (code). Credit attribution if neglected, is a cardinal sin that will breed bitterness within the community and discourage developers from further contributing to the project. According to conventional software-building wisdom, early versions are by definition buggy and you do not want to wear out the patience of your users. But as far as the Linux development stage is concerned, developers are the users themselves and this is where most innovation is created (Figure 8). "The greatest innovation of Linux is that treating your users as co-developers is your least-hassle route to rapid code improvement and effective debugging" (Raymond, 1998a).
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    It's a great article
Janos Haits

http://buddypress.org/ - 4 views

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    This is an interestin development
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    for all of you running a very own wordpress server
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    A Wordpress MU Based Social Network Platform
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    enhancement of popular blogging/cms tool Wordpress.
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    enhancement of popular blogging/cms tool Wordpress.
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    Social networking in a box. Build a social network for your company, school, sports team or niche community all based on the power and flexibility of WordPress.\nBuddyPress is completely free and open source. Unlike hosted services, BuddyPress allows you to stay in control of your site and create a totally customized, unique experience.
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Wetpaint | Create A Free Wiki - 0 views

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    Make your own wiki for your nonprofit organization, club, association, society, circle of friends, school, church, class, musical group, avocation, research project, business, family, clients, class, team...you name it!
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