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1) *agile methothology*: when even having a plan is too-much-information. DO discuss development iterations (milestones). DON'T have a Gantt chart. (i've seen this work for media initiatives, not just programming)

2) *tools, not templates* Is 'shared drive' and data management a problem? See if the quality of organization-to-organization contact remains high when workers are using their own choice of tools-- data management can be simplified tremendously. Standardization is still useful when there's a lot of retraining / beginners though.

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