HyperOffice: One-Stop Collaboration

Most remote teams rely on several solutions to fulfill all of their collaborations needs: email and communication, project management, database management and group meetings, just to name a few. HyperOffice offers distributed teams the benefit of all essential business tools in a single collaboration suite, as well as mobile capabilities for today’s remote workforce. Communication […]

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Performance Reviews

On Wednesday, I got to have a lovely dinner with a long time listener and friend of Manager Tools. As he began to describe his work and his team, he said something like ‘I feel like I have to tell you I’m doing everything perfectly’. We laughed, but it was a moment for a serious […]

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Drowning

Fortune has published an excerpt from Jim Collin's new book, 'Great by Choice'. Whilst 'Good to Great' has become more controversial in hindsight, this excerpt has some interesting parts – enough to make me pre-order the book. One of the themes in Manager Tools is that you have to ask for more, and you have […]

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What happens when students create their own collaboration tools?

I teach technology and innovation to working professional MBA students who are changing courses and teams every ten weeks. Collaboration tools are critical to our effectiveness. Over the last two years, my courses have served as testing grounds for two locally-grown, student-designed tools: Acceledge and Piazzza. These tools, as well as other student-built offerings, such as Coursekit, are […]

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7 options for negotiating contracts online

In today’s world, an increasing number of negotiations are taking place remotely, and with , the number of useful applications for revising, organizing and signing documents online is growing. Contractually Although new to the digital signature scene, boasts several impressive features to speed up the negotiation process. You can use their lawyer-reviewed forms, add one […]

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NASA

On Monday, my friend and I visited the Johnson Space Center in Houston. We had a cool time, looking at rockets and the mission control rooms with their 56K operating systems. It's amazing that you can get people all the way to space with less technology than is in a cell phone. One of the […]

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