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Wiki collaboration leads to happiness

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words and I think this one sums up the power of wiki collaboration better than any 1,000 word essay ever could. The model was developed by Manny Wilson of U.S. Central Command and was shared with me by Chris Rasmussen at US National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. I presented this slide during a talk I gave at Nokia today and someone pointed out that the happy faces on the left probably ought to be frowning — he had a good point.



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Wiki Collaboration - Visualized!
Mar 27, 2008 10:29

[...] is taken directly from the Wikinomics blog – [...]

Chris Rasmussen
Mar 27, 2008 22:17

We recently upgraded to the frowning on the email side version. I’ll send you a copy.

steve gutenburg
Mar 27, 2008 22:27

It’s a matter of perspective.

We’re the ones that frown at e-mail compared to wikis.

The e-mailerers ARE happy to be e-mailing – their reality is completely different than ours.

Euan W Semple
Mar 28, 2008 12:15

Really Steve? I hear people moan about e-mail more than any other aspect of corporate life.

Beth Hynes
Mar 28, 2008 16:57

An advantage of email is that it comes to you. You don’t have to go out looking to see if updates have been done.

David Cameron
Mar 28, 2008 17:35

While I agree that email does come to you; there are alternatives.

RSS feeds for example are a great way of having revisions sent to you in an unobtrusive manner.

Alternatively, you can subscribe to certain pages and get updates via email when any changes have been made. This way you get an email (that you’re use to) but you no longer have to worry if the file you have is the latest.

Chris Rasmussen
Mar 28, 2008 19:56

The great thing about RSS is you can ‘pull” what you want “pushed.” It’s not blasted in the mix with other blasted (newsletters, reply all, etc.) email.

I turned off email pings for wiki updates because checking my watch list is a standard practice. However, the great thing about wiki update email pings is that it’s an email you can throw away.

Email is good for notification but not so great when it comes to collaboration as the graphic indicates. Email is not bad, it’s simply over-used. It’s a “when you only know how to use a hammer, all problems are nail” type thing.

BrandBrains » links for 2008-03-29
Mar 28, 2008 20:30

[...] Wiki collaboration leads to happiness (tags: Business Collaboration productivity visualization web2.0 Wiki) Bookmark to:           [...]

Parking Lot » Why wikis work
Mar 29, 2008 1:20

[...] some reason it seems hard for most people to take them up. Thanks to Euan I found this graphic at wikinomics, and it says it all to me. For best results, take it with this video. Now can we use wikis? [...]

Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness (updated and revisited!)
Mar 29, 2008 6:14

[...] to form, the post generated an interesting debate about whether the emailers on the left side of Chris’s diagram should be frowning, or whether [...]

Wiki collaboration leads to happiness (updated and revisited!)
Mar 29, 2008 6:45

[...] to form, my cross-post on wikinomics.com generated an interesting debate about whether the emailers on the left side of Chris’s diagram should be frowning, or whether [...]

Podnosh Blog : High Fibre Podcasting » Archive » Wiki Collaboration
Mar 29, 2008 9:36

[...] wikinomics with thanks to [...]

Daily Bookmarks 03/29/2008 « Experiencing E-Learning
Mar 29, 2008 18:36

[...] Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness [...]

links for 2008-03-29 | Teacher's Bag of Tricks
Mar 29, 2008 19:36

[...] Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness A workflow comparison between email and wikis. Email is good for a few select communications tasks. Wikis are good for other tasks that are non-private. Wikis are a great way to avoid reinventing the wheel. (tags: technology wiki web2.0 collaboration productivity) [...]

Library Views 圖書館觀點
Mar 29, 2008 23:51

Email 與 Wiki 的比較

經由 Roger’s Blog 看到 Wikinomics blog 上貼出了一張圖,試圖描繪透過 Email 或 Wiki 來達到協同作業 (collaboration) 的差異。

點擊上圖放大,圖片來源:Wikinomics blog

針對上圖左側 Email 的部分ï…

WebTools For Teachers 03/30/2008 « WebTools For Learners
Mar 30, 2008 8:37

[...] Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness [...]

tom
Mar 30, 2008 9:20

Great visualization which I’ll try in my ongoing efforts to promote wiki use in my work place. However I think that “different” continues to cancel out “easier” in too many cases. I wonder if ball point pens had such a hard time getting accepted?

Waarom gebruiken we nog e-mail… | MartinKloos.nl
Mar 30, 2008 10:51

[...] … als je dit plaatje er eens bij pakt (bron)? [...]

A Sunday sideways shufti at mail
Mar 30, 2008 18:36

[...] Which reminds me. I quite liked the diagram at the beginning of this post. [...]

E L S U A ~ A KM Blog by Luis Suarez » Blog Archive » Giving up on Work e-mail - Status Report on Week 7
Mar 30, 2008 19:16

[...] out the fantastic (And must read!!) blog post put together by Wikinomics under the title "Wiki collaboration leads to happiness" (Courtesy from Chris Rasmussen) where you will find this wonderful graphic that clearly [...]

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Mar 30, 2008 21:33

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fridemar
Apr 4, 2008 9:44

Wiki makes Happy
================
Apart from “Simplify your life” by reducing the communication steps, wiki collaboration appears to make happy, because it appears to be in accordance with the “Great Spirit”, that drives humanity to build a “GlobalBrain” in the most enjoyable and efficient way. You can find my credo by Googling “WikiWayOfLive”, where all happy-making components are collected.
– fridemar

fridemar
Apr 4, 2008 10:26

Sorry typo: WikiWayOfLive->WikiWayOfLife
http://google.com/search?q=WikiWayOfLife
– fridemar

Graphics speak 1,000 words « sociALCHEMY
Apr 7, 2008 11:56

[...] speak 1,000 words Filed under: wiki — cfigallo @ 3:56 pm Anthony Williams on the Wikinomics blog posted this illustration of the efficiency offered by a wiki as compared to email in [...]

Wiki crushes email « sociALCHEMY
Apr 7, 2008 16:18

[...] for the US National Geospatial Intelligence Agency by Chris Rasmussen, then displayed in a post on the Wikinomics blog by Anthony Williams makes it all so [...]

The Value of Wiki Collaboration | Womenhealth
Apr 8, 2008 3:01

[...] A great graphic from Wikinomics of why wiki collaboration beats email collaboration. A picture says a 1,000 words. [...]

Knowledge on Demand-Blog! » Blog Archive » Warum Wiki?
Apr 8, 2008 3:29

[...] Wicinomics Tag: [...]

Email Versus Wiki Collaboration Graphic a Big Hit « Organization Theory and Collaboration
Apr 8, 2008 4:43

[...] Versus Wiki Collaboration Graphic a Big Hit Pretty cool, the Wikinomics blog posted a blog about a graphic we (Intellipedians) have been using in the government to represent the comparative difference and [...]

L1BRAR1AN › Graphic: Wiki collaboration leads to happiness
Apr 8, 2008 22:16

[...] Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness [...]

Ron Mader
Apr 13, 2008 16:17

This is a great analysis.

I am just starting to develop a wiki to accompany a dinosaur Web 1.0 site. With your permission, we would like to cite this feature and include the graphic online
http://planeta.wikispaces.com/wiki

blog no wiki - Save people from email - do more wiki
May 15, 2008 2:26

Why Fight Email? : Online Groups
May 19, 2008 5:21

[...] required is migration away from email to a web-based collaboration platform. We are told that wiki collaboration leads to happiness, and that Enterprise 2.0 is about building a collaboration platform that is better than e-mail. Not [...]

Collaboration: email vs. wiki « brisebois blog
May 23, 2008 10:47

[...] 27, 2008 · No Comments And a visual that is worth a thousand [...]

James Matheson
Jun 2, 2008 23:29

In fact the email collaboration diagram can be even MORE complicated that that. You also have to consider the case where people have to merge different versions of a document together.

Magnus
Jun 6, 2008 5:44

What I want is a way to write an email, the recepient reads it and edits it as if it was a wiki page (creating new linked pages while doing it, if necessary) and replies. Of course, he would never really ‘own’ the email/wiki page he received. The underlying wiki page is simply rendered in the email reader application and would be located in a ‘real’ wiki somewhere. That way both emailers and wikippl would be happy (and me). No more ‘email vs. wiki’. Rather ‘email as wiki as email’.

We’re Not Wired Right » Blog Archive » Wikis vs. E-mail
Jul 21, 2008 2:30

[...] by Wikis? Rather just use e-mail? Check out this graph and see if your opinion changes. (via Tantek Çelik on [...]

antiprocess.net » Blog Archive » Linkit: 9.7. - 21.7.
Jul 21, 2008 5:08

[...] Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness [...]

Simplify Collaboration - Use a Wiki « technola
Jul 21, 2008 10:39

[...] 21, 2008 My friend, John, pointed out this interesting image of how a wiki can simplify collaboration. It really hit home for me. Perhaps it can help you in [...]

The Value of Wiki Collaboration
Aug 8, 2008 11:08

[...] A great graphic from Wikinomics of why wiki collaboration beats email collaboration. A picture says a 1,000 words. [...]

Lapidarium42
Sep 4, 2008 3:02

Wiki oder Mail?…

die Gegenüberstellung in einer Grafik

via: Wikinomics

ein Bild statt n-Worte……

EduTech Blog | Auburn University College of Education » Blog Archive » Comparing E-mail with Wiki for Collaboration
Oct 17, 2008 11:28

[...] Wikinomics graphic, originally created by Chris Rasmussen at US National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, shows the [...]

Sridhar Sarnobat
Oct 17, 2008 21:59

I couldn’t have put it better myself.

Shame it doesn’t occur to so many intelligent people around me.

hypotheek duitsland
Oct 29, 2008 7:32

Shame it doesn’t occur to so many intelligent people around me.

lol

E L S U A ~ A KM Blog Thinking Outside The Inbox by Luis Suarez » Blog Archive » Giving up on Work e-mail - Status Report on Week 38 (The Enterprise Soft Spot)
Nov 4, 2008 20:57

[...] reading through that second item Scoble mentions, I just couldn’t help thinking about this particular graphic (By Chris Rasmussen and courtesy from the Wikinomics blog) which I have used already several dozens [...]

weisbrot
Dec 18, 2008 3:43

Moti Weisbrot – Lessons on Lifetime Happiness

Happiness is a religion . Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

First thing in order to be happy is to live the present .Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

With the past, I have nothing to do; nor with the future. I live now !Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

The main problem with looking too frequently into the past is that we may turn around one day and find out the future has run out on us .Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Don’t let the past or the ” future” steal your present . Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Remember happiness doesn’t depend upon who you are or what you have; it depends solely upon what you think.Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Just try your best in order to be happy. Unhappiness starts with wanting to be happier.Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you make for the present .Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Happiness is not a destination or a ” target” to reach . It is a method of life , to live daily .Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Happiness is a religion, and should never be rationalized. Remeber it !Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

It is the paradox of life that the way to miss pleasure is to seek it first.Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

The happiness desire is never extinguished in the heart of man.Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Happiness is like a butterfly which appears and delights us for one brief moment, but soon flits away.Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Real deep happiness comes from your own inside. Nobody can give it to you.Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Happiness is not a matter of events; it depends upon the tides of the mind.Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

To fill and live the minute and the hour and the day , that is happiness.Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Happiness is like those palaces in fairy tales … The state of your Happiness is nothing more than a reflection of your state of mind . Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Enjoy the little things.Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

One day you will look back and realize they were the big things. Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you already have .Moti weisbrot – מוטי ויסברוט

ElwinWitzke.com » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness
Dec 30, 2008 3:26

[...] : Wikinomics Blog Written by admin in: Reinventing the enterprise | Tags: enterprise 2.0, [...]

Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Friends don’t let friends use SharePoint
Jan 13, 2009 19:17

[...] speaking to the ‘wiki happiness’ diagram that Anthony Williams pointed us to in one of his previous posts. Clearspace’s blogging capability lets employees express their interests, opinions and talk [...]

E L S U A ~ A KM Blog Thinking Outside The Inbox by Luis Suarez » I Freed Myself From E-Mail’s Grip - Additional Commentary (Part I)
Jan 23, 2009 15:17

[...] to describe the collaborative process using e-mail you come up with a very realistic example, which Wikinomics picked up not long ago, of how poor it actually is and Chris Rasmussen’s graphic speaks for itself, as I am sure you [...]

Doug Cornelius .com · Wikis and Happiness
Mar 1, 2009 16:12

[...] Over at the Wikinomics, the Blog, Anthony Williams published this picture of the process comparing email collaboration versus wiki collaboration: Wiki collaboration leads to happiness. [...]

E L S U A ~ A KM Blog Thinking Outside The Inbox by Luis Suarez » A World Without Email - Year 2, Weeks 11 to 14 (Email as a Collaboration Tool? No, Thanks!)
May 19, 2009 18:43

[...] is perhaps one of my favourite blog posts of all times over at the super fine Wikinomics blog: Wiki collaboration leads to happiness. In it you will find a graphic put together originally by Chris Rasmussen that explains what [...]

hamid
May 20, 2009 10:22

Happiness cannot come from without.
It must come from within.
It is not what we see and touch or that which
Others do for us which makes us happy;
It is that which we think and feel and do, first for
The other fellow and then for ourselves.

Pankaj
May 22, 2009 14:28

a very insightful graphic which captures the difference between pull collaboration (wikis) and push collaboration (wikis). We had recently done a whitepaper on email vs online collaboration, and the potential benefits which can flow from using online collaboration tools for some of the tasks emails are used for (task management, file collaboration, schedule coordination).

You can see our whitepaper at http://www.hyperoffice.com/business-email-overload/

Mark Drapeau
Jun 27, 2009 17:33

I don’t know what Chris Rassmussen is talking about. All the problems I see are nails.

E L S U A ~ A KM Blog Thinking Outside The Inbox by Luis Suarez » The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – On the Misuse of Email
Sep 4, 2009 15:23

[...] file through email. Pretty much along the lines of what Chris Rasmussen detailed not along ago with this graphic, but this time around showing it with an amazingly funny [...]

Kantoorpand / Bedrijfspand huren
Sep 15, 2009 13:01

You can see our whitepaper at http://www.hyperoffice.com/business-email-overload/

Good article. Very interesting.

links for 2009-10-13 « Participatory TV
Oct 13, 2009 23:10

[...] Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness Nice illustration of the layers of crap you have to go through to collaborate pre-wiki. (tags: collaboration work) [...]

links for 2009-10-14 « Sameer Padania
Oct 14, 2009 3:09

[...] Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness Nice illustration of the layers of crap you have to go through to collaborate pre-wiki. (tags: collaboration work) [...]

Personal Knowledge Management and Compliance | Compliance Building
Oct 22, 2009 7:04

[...] Wiki Collaboration Leads to Happiness by Anthony D. Williams [...]

Collaborer grâce au wiki VS collaborer en utilisant le mail | Emilie Ogez
Dec 30, 2009 5:31

[...] (Source : eLearning Resources and News < Luis Suarez < Wikinomics) [...]

Estelle
Feb 7, 2010 6:13

Have something to say about Happiness? Visit http://www.wikiprogress.org ….. and for gender issues: wikigender.org

James Salsman
May 7, 2010 5:54

Are there any examples of organizations who use wikis to conduct business meetings?

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