Wikis In The Workplace

Wikis In The Workplace
Innovation

An article in the Financial Times that suggests that use of wikis and other social network tools will become commonplace in the office.

Guy Brighton
  • 18 april 2006

An article in the Financial Times that suggests that use of wikis and other social network tools will become commonplace in the office.

The next wave in office productivity, represented by wikis (editable websites), blogs and other social networking technologies, is here. Experts say these tools will transform the way work is done by encouraging new types of collaboration… Every Google employee can create a blog and contribute to the company’s internal wikis. Social technologies play an essential role in keeping the creative juices flowing and also help Google keep track of its rapidly growing numbers of ideas, projects and employees.

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