Monday, 20 June 2005

Wiki - The New Facilitator?

My most recent Image & Data Manager (IDM) article, published in the May/June 2005 edition, is now available for download from the archive on my Website:

Looking at the use of wikis within organisations, I ask "Is the wiki about to revolutionise team work, communication and how we collaborate in organisations? A wiki is a server program that allows users to collaborate in forming the content of a Website. Wikis are quick, simple and effective whenever people need to share information, but what exactly makes the wiki such a good collaborative tool and should mature IT applications, platforms and architectures be thrown out in favor of the new kid on the block?"

Don't forget to look out for my next IDM article, which will discuss Mobile Knowledge Management. PS In the meantime, if you are still looking for more reading materials have a look at my three part Intranet Imperative article right here on the ChiefTech blog (part 1, part 2 and part 3).

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1 comment:

  1. Andrew Mitchell8:52 am

    Well done James, a good piece of work. I'm glad you've published it to a wider audience.

    I agree with your positive perspective on this, and especially your final point that it's the functions that matter, not the tool. I wouldn't be distressed if we never use the word wiki (or blog for that matter) internally - just as long as we do it!

    Andrew.

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