Wiki While You Work

In the latest knowledge management white paper from the International Legal Technology Association is an article authored by me: Wiki While You Work [pdf].

There are some other great articles in the white paper. Here is the table of contents:

  • Collaboration and Competitiveness: New Tools for Collaborating and Managing Knowledge
    By Guy Wiggins of Keely Dry & Warren LLP
  • Wiki While You Work
    by Doug Cornelius
  • Show Them the Value! Using KM to Bring More Value to Clients
    by Mary F. Panetta of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, L.L.P.
  • Developing Document Assembly Tools: A Tale of Two Applications
    by Eric Little of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, PC
  • 2008 ILTA KM Survey Results
    by Catherine Monte of Fox Rothschild LLP and
    Mara Nickerson of Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP


  1. Doug,

    It’s a really great paper, and I enjoyed the Wiki While You Work article loads. We’re about to upgrade from Sharepoint 2003 to 2007, so I’m looking forward to getting my hands on blogs, wikis etc. The bit I’m currently strugging with is what to put in blogs and what to put in wikis. Any thoughts based on your experience of introducing wikis at your firm?

    I’m wondering whether I let the users decide (possible route to chaos?!!) or whether we just opt for one or the other?


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