Wikis With ECM and BPM

Here are the slides from the presentation that I did last night at Toronto Wiki Tuesday:

It was recorded on Ustream, but the quality is not very good since we were in a pub, not a studio. There will be a better-quality audio recording available soon. And, although we do Wiki Wednesdays on Tuesdays here in Toronto, there were some tweets on the WikiWed hashtag.

I’ve been looking at the crossover between wikis and ECM for a while, and I’ve more recently been looking at where BPM and wikis intersect: still a small area, but as BPMS get more collaborative and wikis add some structured workflow, there is definitely an overlap.

3 thoughts on “Wikis With ECM and BPM

  1. Nice survey, but the landscape changes faster than we settle it 🙂
    I guess Google Wave is a game-changer: similtaneous editing and a range of usefull plugins makes it better tool than three others for collaborative content creation and brainstorming.

  2. Wave was mentioned in our discussions last night as an example of real-time collaboration — something that is still not in most wiki platforms, but is emerging. From that standpoint, Wave is a game-changer but may not be a game-winner if the established wiki platforms can add real-time fast enough.

    I wrapped up last night talking about how quickly the landscape is changing, so I’m in complete agreement with you.

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