Wiki: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit

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XML Press, 2010 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
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Looking for a way to increase team collaboration? Do you need a better way manage your company's knowledge? Do you need a way to manage projects with customers or suppliers outside your company firewall? Would you like your customers to provide feedback on the information you publish? Then a wiki might be just what you are looking for. WIKI: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit introduces the concept of wikis, and shows why they are becoming the must-have communications and collaboration technology for businesses of any size. Porter provides up-to-date information on selecting a wiki, getting started, overcoming resistance to wikis, maintaining your wiki, and using your wiki for internal collaboration, project planning, communication with your customers, and more. The book includes five case studies that highlight the ways companies are using wikis to solve business and communication problems, increase efficiency, and improve customer satisfaction.

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User Review  - Gina Wadley - Goodreads

The Confluence wiki I piloted for Numara Software is profiled in this book. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Originally hailing from England, but now a resident of central Texas, Alan J. Porter is the author of BEFORE THEY WERE BEATTLES: THE EARLY YEARS, and the UNAUTHORIZED BATMAN COLLECTORS GUIDE. Alan has more than 20 years experience in publishing, and has written from comics, to books to blogs.

Allen Gladfelter is the artist for SLG's novel STRONGMAN and is the publisher of INTREPID EVENTS. He's best known as the covers artist for the BOOM Kids! WORLD OF CARS series of comics that have quickly sold out issue after issue.

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