| Catalina Danis|
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|Co-authors||David Singer, Thomas Erickson, Wendy A. Kellogg, Xianghua Ding|
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|A wiki instance in the enterprise: Opportunities, concerns and reality||Enterprise
|English||2008||We describe the design and deployment of a wiki-based application that supports yearly planning work by members of a globally distributed, 900-member research organization. The goal of the ResearchWiki is to enable greater transparency in the work of the organization and to provide a basis for broader collaboration among researchers. We motivate the design based on results from 40 interviews and discuss two cycles of usage of the ResearchWiki based on analyses of logs and an additional 20 interviews. We conclude with a discussion of the interplay of technology, work practice and organizational change and with design recommendations. Copyright 2008 ACM.||0||0|
|Visualizing an enterprise Wiki||Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems||English||2007||This paper describes the iterative development of a visualization for a wiki used in a large enterprise to manage research projects. An initial prototype-based field study exposed two main usage problems and provided five design ideas, which led to the development of an interactive visualization called CherryTree. The paper describes CherryTree, discusses the reactions of users, and discusses future directions for this work.||0||0|