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A basic wiki primer. Examples are nonprofit but info applies to any organization. Covers: ...

A basic wiki primer. Examples are nonprofit but info applies to any organization. Covers:
What are the attributes of a wiki?
How do wikis differ from other commonly used communication and collaboration tools?
What kind of problems can a wiki solve? What are its uses?
What are examples of these use cases? (with screenshots)
How can you build a successful wiki?

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  • 1. Wikis for Nonprofits: Could a Wiki Help Your Organization? Julie Spriggs
  • 2. You are asked to do more with less. © Dave Belfer-Shevett (dbs@homeport.org)
  • 3. Your mission is engaging, and exhausting.
  • 4. The amount to do can be overwhelming. The amount to do can be overwhelming. http://flickr.com/photos/zen/1121085610/
  • 5. But you want to do it to make a greater impact. Image courtesy: Kraus-Fitch Architects http://www.krausfitch.com/
  • 6. A wiki can help. Nils Peterson
  • 7. Wikis are easy to use, often free, and allow collaboration, knowledge retention, search, and real-time centralization of information. http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki
  • 8. Here is how a wiki works. http://blip.tv/file/get/Leelefever-WikisInPlainEnglish801.wmv
  • 9. A wiki is distinct from other commonly used communication and collaboration tools.
  • 10. Collaboration on complex documents and finding the right version of a document can be difficult. Wikis can facilitate this. Courtesy "Intellipedians"  US Intelligence Community
  • 11. Ideas and plans are hidden in dispersed email inboxes. Wikis allow groups to coordinate and centralize. Copyright © 2008, Valdis Krebs http:// orgnet.com/email.html
  • 12. Whiteboard ideas get lost. Wikis help you retain, organize, and then find all those great thoughts. flickr.com/photos/lisamac/293093751
  • 13. Project management systems can be complex and costly. Wikis can be free, flexible, and easy to learn.
  • 14. As well, wikis connect ideas, people, data and build community . http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Community
  • 15. You can use wikis for tasks critical to your organization.
  • 16. example: COLLABORATIVE DOCUMENT CREATION – a report http:// scpsvisioning.wikispaces.com/Board+Presentation
  • 17. example: COLLABORATIVE DOCUMENT CREATION – a report
  • 18. example: COLLABORATIVE DOCUMENT CREATION – a report
  • 19. example: COLLABORATIVE DOCUMENT CREATION – a report
  • 20. example: COLLABORATIVE DOCUMENT CREATION – how to manual Other topics: Website development (21) ; Innovation stuff (6); Technology (5); Documentation (7); Misc (6).
  • 21. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – planning a conference
  • 22. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – planning a conference
  • 23. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – planning a conference
  • 24. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – planning a conference
  • 25. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – planning a conference
  • 26. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – planning a conference http://np2020.wikispaces.com/
  • 27. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – planning a conference http://np2020.wikispaces.com/Conference+Notes http://np2020.wikispaces.com/Conference+Notes
  • 28. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – an event Most current view of page History of page
  • 29. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – an event
  • 30. example: PROJECT MANAGEMENT – an event Most current view of page History of page
  • 31. example: KNOWLEDGE BASE – organizational
  • 32. example: KNOWLEDGE BASE – organizational
  • 33. example: KNOWLEDGE BASE – organizational
  • 34. example: KNOWLEDGE BASE – organizational
  • 35. example: KNOWLEDGE BASE – intraorganizational for practitioners Thoughtfarmer
  • 36. example: KNOWLEDGE BASE – glossary
  • 37. example: INTRANET - department Home page
  • 38. example: INTRANET - department Calendar
  • 39. example: INTRANET - department Collaborative document creation More annual report
  • 40. example: INTRANET - department Policies
  • 41. example: INTRANET - department Department content- Presentations
  • 42. example: INTRANET- department Content- Organization’s press releases
  • 43. example: INTRANET - department Organization archived content- Blog
  • 44. example: INTRANET - department Permissions
  • 45. example: EXTRANET – organizing constituents
  • 46. example: EXTRANET – organizing constituents
  • 47. example: EXTRANET – disaster management End of examples
  • 48. To ensure your wiki thrives, create a platform for success. Andreas Feininger
  • 49. tip: Define the scope of the wiki and S tructure it Office of Disability Services Policies and Procedures Manual DAWN Source “Structure, Populate, Review, Invite, Garden”: Michael Idinopulos in his blog: Transparent Office
  • 50. tip: Scope: In-the-flow wikis may be adopted more readily. In-the-flow wiki Source: Michael Idinopulos in his blog: Transparent Office http://michaeli.typepad.com/my_weblog/page/2/ =Used during the daily flow of work to get work done For example: for project management, collaborative document creation, collaborative workspace =Out of the daily flow of work= Capturing knowledge and insights that people collect in the course of their work. Above-the-flow wiki
  • 51. tip: Sometimes in addition to creating a s tructure of pages and links, you also need templates for pages.
  • 52. tip: Seed it ( P opulate it) with content, R eview it and discuss your adoption strategy Source “Structure, Populate, Review, Invite, Garden”: Michael Idinopulos in his blog: Transparent Office
  • 53. tip: Seed it ( P opulate it) with content, R eview it and discuss your adoption strategy 1. 2. Source “Structure, Populate, Review, Invite, Garden”: Michael Idinopulos in his blog: Transparent Office
  • 54. tip: I nvite others to read and start participating. Source “Structure, Populate, Review, Invite, Garden”: Michael Idinopulos in his blog: Transparent Office
  • 55. tip: G arden it…and find people for key roles Champions Gardeners Wiki master Page stewards
  • 56. Notifications allow a community to monitor the wiki
  • 57. You are asked to do more with less.
  • 58. A wiki can help.
  • 59. Source: SPRIG: “Structure, Populate, Review, Invite, Garden”: Michael Idinopulos in his blog: Transparent Office
  • 60.
    • What kind of wiki might
    • you want to launch?
  • 61.
    • Thanks to: Mark Topping, Alex Wilkinson, Anand Sethupathy and others at NPower NY
    • Bloggers: Michael Idinopulos: Transparent Office ; Bill Ives, Portals and KM ; Beth Kanter 1 , Beth’s Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media ; Michele Martin, The Bamboo Project , Ross Mayfield, Ross Mayfield’s Weblog ; Laura Quinn, Idealware 2 .
    • Images: Dave Belfer-Shevett, Nils Peterson, Laura Fitch, Architect, Chris Rasmussen, Intellipedia, Valdis Krebs, Lisa Mac, Bluepudding, Wikipedia, flickr, Library of Congress, Colleen Lewis of Columbia ODS, wikispaces, Indiana NPower, Andreas Feininger
    • Screenshots and Interviews: Chris Condayan of American Society of Microbiology, Jon Stahl of ONE/Northwest, Tera Wozniak and Susan Morales-Barias of the Johnson Center, Julie Van Dore of Common Ground, Eric Skiff of clipmarks, Jeremy Wallace of picnet, Darren Gibbons of Thoughtfarmer, Brian Satterfield 3 , techsoup.org
    • Interviews: Cindy Rockwell of Customer Vision, Eric Frazer of Behavioral Health Intelligence, Jeremy Wallace of Picnet, Peter Campbell of Earth Justice, Hong Hunt of the San Francisco Goodwill, Andrew Houghton of VolunteerMatch, Richard Petty of Independent Living Research Utilization, Laurel of Atlassian, Kristine Molnar of Pbwiki, Anushka Ratnayake of kiva.org, Sanjay Patel, Edie Rabin, Joel Stern, Michael Ross of Aidmatrix, Frank Moore of the New York Academy of Medicine
    • One of Beth Kanter’s posts led me to the American Society of Microbiology wiki.
    • Laura Quinn’s Idealware article led me to ONE/Northwest’s wiki.
    • Brian Satterfield’s article on techsoup.org led me to the Johnson Center’s conference wiki.