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Wikis in the Workplace

Amy Cortese: The creative anarchy of the wiki is the philosophical inverse of conventional corporate groupware software. Groupware's highly structured rules and processes do not always reflect the way people really work. Employees often ignore costly corporate-sanctioned software and revert to informal social networks -- whether simply e-mail or impromptu water-cooler discussions.

Wikis gaining attention

Wikis gaining attention: There seems to be a current wave of Wikiness going on.Wikis are being mentioned and linked to in various places on the web and gaining visibility fast. I mentioned them last week at jax in my talk: Penguins are human too and ...

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Is there an alternate link to that story? 

I'm unable to get through to 'corante.com' at this point.

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Found it, thanks.

http://www.nytimes.com/2003/05/19/technology/19NECO.html

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Wikis in the Workplace. Amy Cortese: The creative anarchy of the wiki is the philosophical inverse of conventional corporate groupware software. Groupware's highly structured rules and processes do not always reflect the way people really work....

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Wikis in the Workplace. Amy Cortese: The creative anarchy of the wiki is the philosophical inverse of conventional corporate groupware software. Groupware's highly structured rules and processes do not always reflect the way people really work....

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Wikis generate so much controversy.  We may be doing one at this Fall's Seybold San Francisco event. There was one at the O'Reilly event.  What do you think about Wikis? Wikis in the Workplace. Amy Cortese: The creative anarchy of the...

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