Archive | 2009 Events

Collaboration at Work: Putting the ‘Us’ in User Experience

Design Principles of Wiki – Ward Cunningham

Born in Portland thirteen years ago, Wiki technology and the communities it supports have grown to disruptive proportions in business, education, collaboration, politics, and even intelligence. In this talk, the inventor of this technology relates Wiki’s founding motivation, design principles, and early impact. He turns then to the modern web, the technical and social challenges […]

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Designing Successful Collaboration Using Social Network Analysis – Kathryn Everest

Social software holds the promise of improving collaboration between people in organizations, which could significantly improve employee retention, engagement, innovation, learning, and productivity. Designing and implementing these systems, however, can be difficult. People may not work they way they say they do, or may not understand the bigger picture of how a community collaborates, leading […]

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