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Nathan Wallace of Janssen-Cilag has written an excellent case study on their wiki adoption, which Bill Ives picked up on the FastForward Blog. Janssen-Cilag is a pharmaceutical research company with employees in Australia and New Zealand, and is one of 250 operating companies of Johnson & Johnson, the New Jersey-based maker of pharmaceutical, medical, and personal hygiene products. The case study is very comprehensive — one of the best written and most information–rich case studies I’ve seen yet, and Bill’s post is well worth a read as well as he pulls out some of the salient points.
Here’s what I commented to Bill on his post: “They needed a system where editing is immediate and very simple. It was more important to let people add content rather than worrying about what they shouldn’t do.

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