Some corporations have adopted a Wiki on their Intranets for employees to collectively store, edit and access workrelated material such as reports, best-practice features, and documents. As such collaborative software moves from the social to the corporate arena, it is bound to challenge management authority, engaging the knowledge worker in a more participatory knowledge capability and environment. This paper explores the implication that this revolution has for the interaction of corporate users with technology that will lead to a profound change in organisational culture.
Hasan, H. M. & Pfaff, C. (2006). The Wiki: an environment to revolutionise employees' interaction with corporate knowledge. International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions (pp. 377-380). Sydney, Australia: ACM Press.