Wiki While You Work


If you are looking for a better way to organize your projects, highlight useful forms and precedents, create a procedures manual or publish substantive legal content, consider using a wiki. With the rise of Enterprise 2.0 technologies and their alignment with knowledge management, questions emerge as to the best use of these new technologies and how they may best enhance existing technologies. One of the most promising Enterprise 2.0 technologies for knowledge management is the wiki.

Wikis are attractive as a knowledge management tool because they make it very easy to contribute to, and find, content. A wiki can provide a common workspace for people to create, organize and share knowledge. You can install a wiki platform inside your firewall, so it is limited to members of your firm. You can also use a wiki as a replacement for an intranet, or add a wiki as part of an existing intranet.

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