Category Archives: wiki adoption

Wiki case study – collaboration

PBwiki held another webinar a few weeks ago about a case study with Deloitte Digital.  Deloitte Digital is a startup of about 20 people within the Deloitte group (165,000 people). Peter Williams from Deloitte Digital talked about two different wikis … Continue reading

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Case study on wiki use for revenue growth

I attended a webinar last night hosted by PBwiki titled “Growing in a down market with PBwiki“. All in all it was very interesting. Here are the main points: The webinar went very smoothly. This is not to be underestimated, … Continue reading

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Principles of wiki and Enterprise 2.0 adoption

There’s a great conversation going on at the Enterprise 2.0 forum community site around barriers to Enterprise 2.0 adoption. It’s probably one of the most common questions we come across so I thought I’d share our principles for successful wiki/Enterprise … Continue reading

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Case study using wiki and social software in the Enterprise – conversation with Luis Suarez

After my post on Wiki ROI which looked at Luis Suarez’s experiment of not replying to email but instead responding through social software tools such as wikis and instant messaging, several questions arose from friends and colleagues. At the same … Continue reading

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Wiki adoption rates

When I talk to customers about how to ensure they get new social software platforms such as wikis and bogs adopted in their organisation, I often set their expectations around the 90-9-1 rule. This has roughly corresponded with most consumer … Continue reading

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