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  • 1. UNIVERSITY OF SALFORD WIKIS IN ORGANIZATION GROUP MEMBERS: 1.SALIKUTI SANDEEP KUMAR REDDY 2.NANDA KISHORE SIRUGUMALLE 3.SRIKANTH DUMPALA
  • 2. WIKI: It's an online user destination where web page content can be freely created and edited using the browser. The term ‘wiki’ is mainly used to describe a set of interconnected web  pages that can be edited by multiple users on the Internet .  When changes are made to wiki pages, the previous  changes are automatically recorded and made available to users.
  • 3. ADVANTAGES OF WIKI:  Easy to setup and install  User friendly  Easily accessible  Sharing of knowledge and data  Availability of upgrades and new features  Adoptable to changes.
  • 4. ORGANIZATION: A group of people who work together, in an ordered manner to achieve their goals. Organizations use wikis to describe their organizations core values and history with links. Organizations use their own wiki spaces to promote their organization to the public. Organizations are adding wiki-like features to their existing systems to support collaborative efforts, resulting in combined systems promising great updatability and optimized sharing of knowledge and information. Source: BCS, 2009: http://www.bcs.org/server.php?show=ConWeb Doc.3069 )
  • 5. Case study: semi-Governmental organisation was  looking for their improvement in sharing and finding the knowledge.  So they adopted the wiki.  They started with 2000 employs to work.  After adopting the new one they are finishing their work with only the 400 users .  By the way we can clearly understand that how the work is going fast.
  • 6. Implementation of wikis for the case study Collaboration of team members ,ideas, research.   Document edition.  Schedules  Plans  Online Brochure that the community can edit/add to.  Newsletter  Community effort to add new materials to your knowledgebase. • Encourage members to contribute their own stories. • Members of your wiki are notified each time a change is made to the Wiki. • An alternative to a web site – cheaper, easier to update, free space.
  • 7. Conclusion Hence in this presentation we have given an overview of what a wiki is and how they are used. We have also used a case study to give an example of wiki usage within an organisation in showing how the implementation of the wiki has improved the organisation.

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