Wiki Intranet 2.0

Hurry on over to the e-gineer blog where Nathan Wallace has posted an update on his spectacular wiki-intranet project at Janssen-Cilag. In this post he’s looking much more at the information issues and the impact on information and knowledge culture – including, interestingly, a siphoning off of activity from the dreaded multi-headed email beast. Here are a couple of tasters:

“There are three critical information flows, each of which creates its own stock over time:

The flow of news becomes a stock of facts and decisions.
The flow of projects becomes a stock of investigations and outcomes.
The flow of ideas becomes a stock of potential and experts.”

“Shamelessly stealing from the Agile Manifesto, I propose the following values for building Enterprise 2.0 collaboration systems:

Individuals and interactions over processes and tools.
Ease of use over comprehensive training.
Flexible tools over completeness.
Responding to needs over creating demand.
(That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.)”

Thanks to James Robertson for the heads up on this.

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