There have been a number of surveys of the use and perceived effectiveness of blogs in the corporate sphere, but I’m not aware of much having been done systematically on wikis in the enterprise. The exception, which I posted about in June this year, is the Wikis in Enterprise Survey from the University of Cologne.
Through the amazing workings of trackbacks, I picked up today that Tim Bartel, who is running the survey, is a bit disappointed with the international response to date (as distinct from the German response), especially as he has provided an English language version of the survey.
The survey should really only take 5-10 minutes to complete.
I’m sure there are a lot of us who would like to have the results of a survey on this topic. And while I’m not a statistician I would imagine that the bigger the sample the more chance you have of obtaining statistically significant results. So I’m hoping more people will complete the survey before Tim closes the survey on September 25. You can do it now.
Tags: wikis, Cologne, survey, enterprise
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