• Computer Science
  • Published in WebNet 1999

Asynchronous Brainstorm: An Intranet Application for Creativity

@inproceedings{Stenmark1999AsynchronousBA,
  title={Asynchronous Brainstorm: An Intranet Application for Creativity},
  author={Dick Stenmark},
  booktitle={WebNet},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract: Informed by field observations of how proposals are handled in an organisation andinspired by the theoretical framework of organisational learning, I argue in favour of, andpresent design implications for, a web-based tool that facilitates organisational creativitythough asynchronicity, anonymity, and persistency. However, early user feedback indicatesthat reward mechanisms must be addressed alongside the introduction of such IT artefacts. 1. Introduction Many organisations encourage… CONTINUE READING

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