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Links 1 through 8 of 8 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged wikis

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Good article about internal and external adoption issues in terms of wikis. His preliminary conclusions highlight some of the major issues especially some of the non-technical, cultural issues when it comes to collaborative working using wikis.

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Suw: Email has become a bit of a problem in business - there's too much of it, and most of it's rubbish. But how do you get people to send fewer emails? In this seminar, I'll take a look at how social tools can help.

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Suw: How do you foster the adoption of social tools in business? How do you role out software which is essentially optional to hundreds, thousands or tens of thousands of people? Find out how in my seminar on 10 Sept 08.

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Suw: Ross Mayfield and Andrew McAfee's enterprise 2.0 case studies wiki.

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Suw: Handle with care. Wikis can backfire badly if they aren't set up and run well, they're certainly not a quick or easy to way to build community.

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Suw: De Montfort University and Penguin put up a wiki for the collaborative writing of a novel. Or three. Seems to be an open invitation to trolls, but the proof of the pudding will be in the writing. I can't say that I'm hopeful.

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