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Enterprise 2.0 Tool Surveys 2008 and 2010

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MaSt03 - Weblogs for Supporting Communities of Practice

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Best paper award for article on Hybrid Wikis - Empowering Users to...

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Master's Thesis Nikolaus Katinszky

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collaboration capabilities. The theoretical analysis shows that collaborative characteristics can be . Keywords: collaborative EAM, EAM tools, tool evaluation, collaboration, lean, agile, Enterprise 2.0 Nikolaus Katinszky Not template related Show to the right of the text Hide Hide collaboration

Article on structuring contents in enterprise wikis accepted at ECKM 2011

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Enterprise 2.0 Tool Surveys 2008 and 2010

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Bachelor Thesis Tobias Schrade

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collaboration. In addition to this we will add a change memory to solve similar conflicts in one batch Conflicts into Collaboration, Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing the right of the text Show to the right of the text Show to the right of the text 2013,collaboration

Master's Thesis Felix Michel

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Student Project A Structured Task-Centered Framework for Online Collaboration Abstract Today’s provide an open collaboration process. This thesis presents the Organic Data Science approach which enables an open task centered on-line collaboration process. Key principles to address challenges of the task-centered collaboration approach are 1.) the self-organization of the community through task collaboration dimensions are evaluated such as how many different users access a task, how many

Guided Research Björn Kirschner

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Master's Thesis Natascha Abrek

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