The Wiki: An environment to revolutionise employees' interaction with corporate knowledge
|The Wiki: An environment to revolutionise employees' interaction with corporate knowledge|
|Author(s)||Hasan H., Pfaff C.C.|
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|Keyword(s)||conversational software, knowledge management, organisational learning, Wiki technology (Extra: Collaborative softwares, Corporate knowledge, Corporate users, Knowledge capabilities, Knowledge workers, Organisational culture, Organisational learning, Work-related, Computer software, Interactive computer systems, Knowledge management, Human computer interaction)|
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The Wiki: An environment to revolutionise employees' interaction with corporate knowledge is a 2006 conference paper written in English by Hasan H., Pfaff C.C. and published in ACM International Conference Proceeding Series.
Some corporations have adopted a Wiki on their Intranets for employees to collectively store, edit and access work-related material such as reports, best-practice features, and documents. As such collaborative software moves from the social to the corporate arena, it is bound to challenge management authority, engaging the knowledge worker in a more participatory knowledge capability and environment. This paper explores the implication that this revolution has for the interaction of corporate users with technology that will lead to a profound change in organisational culture. Copyright the author(s) and CHISIG.
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