Jonathan Grudin

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Jonathan Grudin is an author.

Publications

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Title Keyword(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
A taxonomy of Wiki genres in enterprise settings Enterprise wiki
Pedia
Taxonomy
Wiki
Workplace
WikiSym English 2010 0 0
Wikis at work: Success factors and challenges for sustainability of enterprise wikis Adoption
Organization behavior
Wiki
WikiSym 2010 English 2010 We examined wiki use in a range of enterprise settings. We found many thriving wikis, but they were a minority of the thousands for which we obtained data. Even an actively used wiki can disappoint some important stakeholders. Careful stakeholder analysis and education may be crucial to successful wiki deployment. We identify a range of success factors, sources of wiki abandonment, and approaches to addressing the challenges. Some of our observations may extend to other social media. 0 0
Wikis at work: success factors and challenges for sustainability of enterprise Wikis Wiki
Adoption
Organization behavior
WikiSym English 2010 0 0
Using web annotations for asynchronous collaboration around documents Annotation
Asynchronous collaboration
Distributed work
Computer mediated communication
World Wide Web
Proceeding of Computer Supported Collaborative Work English December 2000 Digital web-accessible annotations are a compelling medium for personal comments and shared discussions around documents. Only recently supported by widely used products, “in-context” digital annotation is a relatively unexamined phenomenon. This paper presents a case study of annotations created by members of a large development team using Microsoft Office 2000 - approximately 450 people created 9,000 shared annotations on about 1250 documents over 10 months. We present quantitative data on use, supported by interviews with users, identifying strengths and weaknesses of the existing capabilities and possibilities for improvement. 0 1