Do your meetings drag on without resolution? Do certain people on your team bulldoze decisions through? If you're frustrated with your meetings, groupware may help.

Though designed for groups of up to 20, groupware can be used with hundreds of people. In a typical LAN-based meeting, participants sit in the "hollow square" configuration, each with a laptop linked to the facilitator's computer, and each able to see data projection screens. With Web versions, participants sit at their ow

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