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Tips for improving client collaboration (Part 2)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • June 10, 2010

Communication with your clients is crucial for your business, so you should always try to optimize it and get all the advantages of an efficient collaboration. Here are some more tips for better results of the projects that involve a high degree of client collaboration: 1. Use structured collaboration As far as business collaboration goes, [...]

Tips for improving client collaboration (Part 1)

An efficient collaboration with your clients has some experience-driven rules, in order to obtain successful projects. The client collaboration software plays an important role, so you have to make sure you choose the perfect one for your business needs and requirements. 1. Don’t stuff clients’ inbox with bulky attachments Nobody is a fan of downloading [...]

Role-based collaboration. Why is that important?

Open collaboration vs. structured collaboration is one of the main debates in collaborative writing and editing. So, let’s dig a bit deeper into the topic of business collaboration. Let’s start by stating the obvious: people need leaders. We can’t all be leaders; that would result in anarchy. That’s not a good thing to have in your [...]

Teamwork or flying solo?

Most people prefer working in teams, rather than alone. Still, if you ask them, some might prefer to work alone sometimes (i.e. when they have to focus on something urgent and they think that team work would slow them down). Others would rather work from home a few days per week – so, no team [...]

Structured Collaboration, Wikis, and Getting the Job Done (part 2)

Now, let’s narrow this down to technical documentation, shall we? Online collaboration is needed for various steps of the technical documentation process. Authoring and editing documentation can be a collaborative process, for one. Reviewing documentation, obviously (you saw that one coming, did you). Getting user feedback on released documentation is another one. On authoring and [...]