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Wikipatterns : [a practical guide to improving productivity and collaboration in your organization]

Author: Stewart Mader
Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : Wiley Pub., ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book provides practical, proven advice for encouraging adoption of your wiki project and growing it into a useful collaboration tool or vibrant online community: it gives wiki users a toolbox of thriving wiki patterns, which enable newcomers to avoid making common mistakes or fumbling around for the solutions to the same problems as their predecessors; explains the major stages of wiki adoption and explores  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stewart Mader
ISBN: 9780470223628 0470223626
OCLC Number: 166873243
Notes: Subtitle from cover.
Description: xxxv, 167 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Ward Cunningham --
Acknowledgements --
Introduction --
Chapter 1. Grassroots is best. Case study : LeapFrog --
Chapter 2. Your wiki isn't (necessarily) Wikipedia. Case study : Johns Hopkins University --
Chapter 3. What's five minutes really worth? Case study : Sun Microsystems --
Chapter 4. 11 steps to a successful wiki pilot. Case study : Red Ant --
Case study : a conversation with a wikichampion : Jude Higdon --
Chapter 5. Drive large-scale adoption. Case study : JavaPolis --
Case study: a conversation with a wikichampion : Jeff Calado --
Chapter 6. Prevent (or minimize) obstacles. Case study : Kerrydale Street --
Inspirational bull**** --
Case study : Consititution Day --
Case study : Peter Higgs : using a wiki in research --
Appendix. Questions and answers --
Index.
Other Titles: Wiki patterns
Responsibility: Stewart Mader.
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