Some day, somewhere in the net there was iBlog. It was about everything and nothing. A few persons was reading it, some of them maybe even liked it. But I am not interested in writing about myself anymore. This blog will be about Project Management. Less personal, but in fact it will be my personal tool: to not forget what I have learnt. And what I ll learn in future.
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I have decommited my participation in TWiki effort in my organization.

Total failure. After 3 months, I have decommited my participation in Wiki effort in my organization.

I advertised Wiki at scientific conferences. I know TWiki syntax and features inside out. I was a major driver of a difficult and complicated, but very successfull TWiki implementation in Intel Technology Poland. We changed the R&D world there, we changed the rules of the game, and it worked.   

I have never thought that in any place it can be more difficult to widespread Wiki than in Intelectual Property-savvy Intel. Now I know it can be more difficult. I still don't know why.

For now I just gave up. Hopefully something will reignite in near future.

For now I have to admit to my failure.


poniedziałek, 31 marca 2008, d_l_x

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2008/03/31 12:55:07
Was it really a success at ITP? Hmm...
2008/04/12 12:38:06
Yes, regarding my current experiences, ITP implementation was *really* a success.
Yes, I know, there was a time that a 10-person Team produced more Wiki traffic than the rest of ITP, but slowly TWiki broke off the ground. Last time I talked to someone, he told me he is flood by abroad access requests :)