The following are research notes from Wikibon's Peer Incite research meetings. The objectives of Peer Incites is to share information and best practices that can help customers apply technology to create business solutions.
Peer Incites are normally scheduled for the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month. These meetings are an open, moderated phone forum where a guest practitioner presents a premise to the community. Anyone can participate in the call, have a voice, ask questions or comment. The content of the call is ultimately geared toward the customer. The goal is to catalyze thought and action items that the community posts on Wikibon after the call.
Peer Incite calls are not vendor sponsored events, however Wikibon clients are allowed an opportunity to suggest topics and invite their customers to host calls.
Since we launched Wikibon, we've hosted many dozen Peer Incites attended by several thousand IT professionals. Thanks to everyone who participated and contributed content.
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