You’ll have to listen to the podcast that Matt Moore (Innotecture, Engineers Without Fears), Doug Cornelius (KM Space, Goodwin Procter) and Stewart Mader (wikipatterns) recorded last week to find out! I haven't yet listened to it so really interested in the answer. (Maybe Stewart will leave a comment with a summary of the answers ...)
A couple of teasers in the play by play that will make me definitely go and listen to the entire podcast with ear towards reflecting on any insights about working wikily:
- Training as a barrier to adoption - wikis are simple
- Wikis as a natural solution for unstructured information
- Giving and taking
- The steady curve rather than the tidal wave
Anyone listen to the podcast and know the answer? Anyone who hasn't listened to the podcast and want to take a guess at the answer?