Shared To-Do List

We have employee meetings at our office and various people are assigned tasks to perform prior to the following meeting.
Sometimes these tasks are not completed for the next meeting and therefore have to be done for the following meeting.
I would like to use software to manage the tasks and also have an area for the results of the tasks.
What software would be good for this?
We have Exchange 2007.
I have heard google docs may do it.
Thanks.
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karl-henrikCommented:

Jepp Google Docs can do the basic aproach of this atleast

https://docs.google.com/a/mean.se/previewtemplate?id=0As3tAuweYU9QcHlVM3hrY2tocEkyY3FvbXhoY0NBWFE&mode=public&pli=1

for larger projects I suggest using more advanced colaberation tools but for a small team Google docs will work nicely.
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TJMasoniusCommented:
I have Google Apps for Business.  There is a product called GQueues Lite (free) and GQueues ($25/user/year)..The website says there is bulk rate discounts.  http://www.gqueues.com/pricing
Downside is I think you have to have a paid Google Apps account to use the product (but I'm not positive.)  The business plan costs $50/user/year.
I don't work for the companies.  I like the product.  I use it with my family as well as at work.
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jan-janssenCommented:
I see no reason why you do not want to realize a shared task list with Exchange, especially as you already have it in place.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/share-task-folders-with-others-HA001229903.aspx - for full explanation !

It should be the easiest task to implement for both your IT staff and those employee who should use it, because all technical solutions are worthless if they are not used as desired. Therefore I highly recommend leveraging the performance of the tools already in use rather than adding more and more.
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