Dynamic Self-moderation in a Corporate Wiki to Improve Participation and Contribution Quality

  title={Dynamic Self-moderation in a Corporate Wiki to Improve Participation and Contribution Quality},
  author={S. Dencheva and Christian Prause and W. Prinz},
  • S. Dencheva, Christian Prause, W. Prinz
  • Published in ECSCW 2011
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Contribution to a corporate wiki for the purpose of knowledge transfer can be very low because of continuously pressing tasks, a chronic lack of spare time, and motivational reasons. This is a problem because the wiki fails to achieve its purpose of collecting valuable knowledge, and becomes less attractive through this over time. We present a reputation-based system that socially rewards employees for their contributions, and thereby increases their motivation to contribute to the wiki. In a… CONTINUE READING
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