The Vancouver Sun featured an article today on Intrawest Placemaking’s success with their ThoughtFarmer-powered wiki intranet. Here’s a quote:
Using tiles on the entrance to a new resort would have cost $2 million. But a Vancouver-based construction manager for Intrawest Placemaking — which builds resorts worldwide — had a better idea. He used shaped concrete, polished and finished for a better-than-tile appearance. That saved Placemaking more than $500,000.
Then the construction manager got the word out to the rest of the company by posting his experience to Placemaking’s new everybody-is-an-editor intranet.
Read the full article here (PDF, 650K)