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Most groups, tasked with actually doing and delivering something, really don't get tangled up in the larger organizational hierarchy. Most groups have an internal hierarchy with roles and responsibilities fairly well-understood (if not formally defined).

Bottomline - wikis serve the purpose of groups that do stuff. All the other discussion about power, hierarchies, complexity, influence, etc really don't have a direct impact on the day-to-day activities of groups. Truly effective collaborative tools (like wikis) DO have an impact.

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