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Innovation Games for SharePoint Requirements Gathering

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  • 1. Produced by: Premier Partner: Platinum Partner: Gold Partner: Supported by:
  • 2. Workshop:Innovation Games for SharePoint Requirements Ant Clay (UK)
  • 3. Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 4. Stuff to remember on site and in workshop HOUSEKEEPINGShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 5. Let’s talk, working through your scenarios etc... CONVERSATIONSShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 6. Let’s Play “Low-Tech Social Network” GROUP INTRODUCTIONSShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 7. OVERVIEWShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 8. Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 9. scary-but-true storyShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 10. so why is it like this?
  • 11. the celery effect..
  • 12. Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 13. SharePoint knows nothing…Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 14. tech features not outcomesShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 15. I don’t see a tech problemIt’s Not Technology Problem
  • 16. we need a different view
  • 17. Cynefin frameworkCreated by Dave Snowden
  • 18. WHERE ARE REQUIREMENTS?Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 19. customer engagement?Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 20. Blank TEMPLATE time for serious games?Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 21. All of which can simplify • Structured decision-making and generate new insights. – Rules, but often no winners • Purposeful – Definite outcome • Time-bound – By definition, a time boxed exercise WHY DO THEY WORK?Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 22. All of which can simplify • Participatory decision-making and generate new insights. – Success depends on everyone participating • Egalitarian – Everyone has an equal opportunity to participate WHY DO THEY WORK?Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 23. SERIOUS GAMES SPANShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 24. • Gamification – Foursquare, LinkedIn, Stack Overflow – Tesco Clubcard – Xbox Live, Ribbon Hero • Serious Games – Do work – For serious customer insight – Actionable insights and results COMPARISONShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 25. Open Explore Close A B GAME DESIGNShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 26. Gamification Goal = provide ongoing motivation Brainstorming Too unstructured Simulation Goal = prediction eLearning Only goal = training Role-playing Close, but lots more prep needed www.slideshare.net/TomGrantForr/serious-games-help-teams-solve-tough-problems-engage-customers-differently SERIOUS GAMES AREN’TShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 27. WHERE THEY COME FROMShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 28. WHO USES THEM?Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 29. WHY IS THIS RELEVANT?Share The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 30. Let’s play “Sailboat” CURRENT SITUATIONShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 31. Back in 30 minutes BREAK TIMEShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 32. Let’s play “Hot Tub” INNOVATIONShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 33. Let’s play “Start your Non-SharePoint Day” OPPORTUNITIESShare The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 34. Let’s Play “Product Box”FACILITATING REQUIREMENTS
  • 35. LUNCH TIME
  • 36. Let’s Play “Requirements Rainbow”REQUIREMENT ALIGNMENT
  • 37. Back in 15 minutesBREAK TIME
  • 38. Let’s Play “Buy a Feature”FEATURE PRIORITIZATION
  • 39. reflection…Analysis is broken!We don’t know what we don’t knowInsights always trump questionnairesRequirements aren’t tech featuresSerious Games are Serious Fun!
  • 40. any questions…SHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users
  • 41. Ant ClayAnt@21apps.com @Soulsailor
  • 42. Produced by: Premier Partner: Platinum Partner: Gold Partner: Supported by: