The third way for designing enterprise wiki information architectures
James Dellow discusses how to structure wikis, suggesting a balance between up-front and organic approaches. To quote:
Last week I was talking to someone about enterprise wiki adoption. I ended up sketching a rough diagram like this so we could talk about the need to design (in an active, participatory sense) social computing environments that provide enough information scaffolding so that users can be productive at the beginning but that also allow emergent, socially negotiated information structures and usage patterns to develop over time.