Socitm collaboration-0-3

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presentation to Socitm on releasing talent in the public sector using social collaboration (Society of IT Managers)

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Socitm collaboration-0-3

  1. 1. Releasing Talent in the Public Sector<br />Leveraging Social Collaboration Platforms<br />
  2. 2. It Will Not Happen Automatically<br />
  3. 3. But we know it is powerful <br /><ul><li>Rogers & Hammerstein
  4. 4. Laurel & Hardy
  5. 5. etc.</li></li></ul><li>So define Collaboration !<br />“Collaboration is a recursive process where two or more people or organizations work together in an intersection of common goals — for example, an intellectual endeavor that is creative in nature—by sharing knowledge, learning and building consensus”<br />(Wikipedia)<br />So its about People & Organisations <br />
  6. 6. Social Collaboration is described in TeamPark as an analogy “the difference between a machine and an organism”. A machine is built to a well-defined specification and should perform in a predictable manner, a machine can be changed, updated and adjusted once planned and considered. Whereas an organism grows, evolves, and adapts. An organism cannot perform machine-like, repeatable performances; there remains a degree of uncertainty in its performance. An organism is, both very adaptive and self-organizing: the ultimate in flexibility and survivability. It can do things that a Machine cannot and vice versa. The social side of a company is comparable to an organism. <br />So Define Social Collaboration !<br />It’s powerful but different <br />
  7. 7. Potential Outcomes<br />Speed up responsiveness<br />Accelerate Innovation<br />Reduce duplication & increasing re use<br />Enhance Learning<br />Grow and extend the competence mass of the organisation<br />Facilitate the development and strength of organic relationships between stakeholders<br />Increase the capacity and speed of organisation intelligence<br />Improve involvement, engagement and sharing of responsibility<br />Personal Style and Skills<br />Interpersonal Style & Skills<br />Culture<br />Current Organisation Maturity<br />Leadership & Management Style<br />New entrants to workforce<br />Often treated as a standard IT Project<br />Producing the Business Case<br />Deriving the business benefits<br />Challenges<br />
  8. 8. So when are we going to discuss social collaboration platforms ?<br />Any Minute Now !<br />So what we know is that collaboration success will depend not only on choosing and managing a platform deployment but also recognising the organisations collaboration maturity.<br />
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  10. 10. How can a platform assist<br />Find expertise &/or information quickly<br />Create a SIG to further a cause.<br />Find answers to questions quickly.<br />Avoid re-inventing the wheel.<br />Suggest, Create, Build upon a good idea/suggestion<br />Create an asynchronous dialog/engagement/relationship.<br />The tools in a platform<br />Profiles (Ind, Org, Team)<br />Blog (Info sharing)<br />Wiki (Info building)<br />Forum (Interaction)<br />Community (Common Interest/Goal)<br />Repository (Searchable store)<br />Chat<br />Meet<br />Search<br />
  11. 11. Public Platforms<br />Proprietary Platforms<br />Inter<br />Intra <br />
  12. 12. Guides the selection & Execution of Interventions.<br />Provides a roadmap for benefits realisation.<br />Use a Framework/Method <br />
  13. 13. Business Goals & Case <br />Integration in selection criteria (Public & Private)<br />Progressively enable features<br />Training & Facilitation<br />New Roles (e.g. Community Leads)<br />Profiles & Search core<br />Tips for Platform deployment<br />
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  15. 15. www.collaborationIP.yolasite.com<br />Declan.kavanagh@collaborationip.com<br />Myles.sweeney@collaborationIP.com<br />Thanks<br />For More Information<br />

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