I have to jump in here...
My experience has shown that groupware will not succeed without the
organizational commitment to share information. In fact, that is the very
reason I joined this discussion group. My role in our organization is to
"champion" the deployment of Lotus Notes. I went into this knowing that
software alone does not create a system, it supports one that already
exists (at first). I'm looking for strategies that will enable us to use
Notes as a means to the end of "organizational learning" or "corporate
memory". I think it can be done, but don't let any software salesman tell
you that groupware will create a "learning organiziation", it merely
>>> Trina Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> 10/16/95 07:39am >>>
Replying to LO3152 --
What about Groupware Software like Lotus Notes and Collabra Share.
The computer enables org members to share experiences and document
for all to read.
-- Lori Klump <LKLUMP@VHA.COM>