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Knowledge Management, Enterprise Collaboration and Wiki

By now everybody knows that wiki and social media foster collaboration...-- a new type of software that combines benefits of enterprise wiki and KMS

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Knowledge Management Using Enterprise Wiki, Collaboration And Social Media? Absolutely!

Using enterprise wiki, social media and other already existing tools might be an effective way to win over employees and build a reliable knowledge management environment

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Get Started with Enterprise 2.0 Templates

After all of you vote on the most useful one (voting closes next week), we'll turn these into wiki documents and open them up for improvement and your feedback

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Happy World PaperFree Day!

I'm going to focus on number 3: Use Web 2.0 technologies like wikis and blogs for internal communication and collaboration. There are a number of key benefits to organizations and enterprises with going to wikis and blogs in an effort to use less paper, including: It saves money

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Drive for Show, Putt for Dough โ€“ a Lesson for Enterprise 2.0 Platforms

I bring this up because I’ve seen one too many Enterprise 2.0 implementation – be it a wiki, a blogging platform, discussion forums, microblogging, or Sharepoint – fail miserably because they forgot to focus on the fundamentals

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New social business roadmap available

are very ad hoc in nature and consist of a Twitter account here, a Facebook account there, maybe setting up a blog or wiki

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Content isn't Social, You Are

Doing it using a wiki doesn’t change anything...I can see terms like Activity Stream Content and Wiki Content as they may have some storage/versioning tricks to capturing, but it isn’t hard and it isn’t necessarily social

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