Uw SharePoint Expeditie? Werkelijke adoptie van uw platform!

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  • 1. Uw SharePoint Expeditie? Het platform werkelijk laten gebruiken!Really implementing your SharePoint platformSharePoint Connections - 20/11/2012 - Amsterdam
  • 2. Introduction:Roland DriesenBusiness Consultant / Founder 2
  • 3. Your project lost in the snow?
  • 4. Or on top of a great platform?
  • 5. 3G
  • 6. Will it blend?
  • 7. Feeling:Why a SharePoint platfom?Behaviour:How to embed your platformTooling:Adoption kit, Business AppsCustomer Success Story:Project Management < 10 days
  • 8. Feeling:Why a SharePoint platfom?Behaviour:How to embed your platformTooling:Adoption kit, Business AppsCustomer Success Story:Project Management < 10 days
  • 9. Define your top
  • 10. Define your top
  • 11. FeelingStart with Why! - Simon Sinek
  • 12. FeelingStart with Why! - Simon Sinek Why How What
  • 13. FeelingStart with Why! - Simon Sinek Why How What
  • 14. FeelingStart with Why! - Simon Sinek Why How What
  • 15. FeelingStart with Why! - Simon Sinek Silversi Live de Why How What
  • 16. Focus on 86% of the population
  • 17. Focus on 86% of the population
  • 18. Focus on 86% of the population Innovators Early Adopters Early Majority Late Majority Laggards
  • 19. Assemble your team
  • 20. Feeling Two main axes ThinkIntrovert Extravert Feel
  • 21. Feeling Four core disciplines Think Structure ActionIntrovert Extravert Support Inspire Feel
  • 22. Start with why!What do you really want to achieve?Focus gradually on 86% of thepopulationSelect the correct project / system nameBalance between the four disciplines
  • 23. Feeling:Why a SharePoint platfom?Behaviour:How to embed your platformTooling:Adoption kit, Business AppsCustomer Success Story:Project Management < 10 days
  • 24. Rely on each other
  • 25. Rely on each other
  • 26. Behaviour Psychology or technology?© Andrew Lothian, Insights, Dundee, Scotland, 2006. All rights reserved. INSIGHTS, INSIGHTSDISCOVERY and INSIGHTS WHEEL are registered Trade Marks.
  • 27. Behaviour On a good day Cautious Competitive Precise Demanding Deliberate Determined Questioning Strong-willed Formal Purposeful Caring Sociable Encouraging Dynamic Sharing Demonstrative Patient Enthusiastic Relaxed Persuasive© Andrew Lothian, Insights, Dundee, Scotland, 2006. All rights reserved. INSIGHTS, INSIGHTSDISCOVERY and INSIGHTS WHEEL are registered Trade Marks.
  • 28. Behaviour On a bad day Stuffy Aggressive Indecisive Controlling Suspicious Driving Cold Overbearing Reserved Intolerant Docile Excitable Bland Frantic Plodding Indiscreet Reliant Flamboyant Stubborn Hasty© Andrew Lothian, Insights, Dundee, Scotland, 2006. All rights reserved. INSIGHTS, INSIGHTSDISCOVERY and INSIGHTS WHEEL are registered Trade Marks.
  • 29. Behaviour 8 types based on 2 questions© Andrew Lothian, Insights, Dundee, Scotland, 2006. All rights reserved. INSIGHTS, INSIGHTSDISCOVERY and INSIGHTS WHEEL are registered Trade Marks.
  • 30. Behaviour 72 types after 25 questions© Andrew Lothian, Insights, Dundee, Scotland, 2006. All rights reserved. INSIGHTS, INSIGHTSDISCOVERY and INSIGHTS WHEEL are registered Trade Marks.
  • 31. Behaviour 72 roles in your project© Andrew Lothian, Insights, Dundee, Scotland, 2006. All rights reserved. INSIGHTS, INSIGHTSDISCOVERY and INSIGHTS WHEEL are registered Trade Marks.
  • 32. Behaviour 72 roles in your project© Andrew Lothian, Insights, Dundee, Scotland, 2006. All rights reserved. INSIGHTS, INSIGHTSDISCOVERY and INSIGHTS WHEEL are registered Trade Marks.
  • 33. Look into your own preferencesCheck http://connectingcolours.nl/Create a team charterDetermine the preferences of yourambassadors and organizationMaintain the Four Colours PrincipleCreate a balanced team and software
  • 34. BehaviourGetting Things Done (GTD)
  • 35. Behaviour Getting Things Done (GTD)Input
  • 36. Behaviour Getting Things Done (GTD)Input
  • 37. BehaviourGetting Things Done (GTD)Input
  • 38. BehaviourGetting Things Done (GTD)InputIs it actionable?
  • 39. BehaviourGetting Things Done (GTD)Input TrashIs it actionable? No Ever Archive
  • 40. Behaviour Getting Things Done (GTD) Input Trash Is it actionable? No Ever Archive YesProject What is my next action?
  • 41. Behaviour Getting Things Done (GTD) Input Trash Is it actionable? No Ever Archive YesProject What is my next action? Does it take > then 2 minutes?
  • 42. Behaviour Getting Things Done (GTD) Input Trash Is it actionable? No Ever Archive YesProject What is my next action? Does it take > then 2 Yes Do it! minutes?
  • 43. Behaviour Getting Things Done (GTD) Input Trash Is it actionable? No Ever Archive YesProject What is my next action? Does it take > then 2 Yes Do it! minutes? No Delegate Defer on list
  • 44. Leave no input behind!Use Getting Things Done on all inputGTD = Collaboration GuidelinesMake it a common language forcollaboration and productivity
  • 45. Feeling:Why a SharePoint platfom?Behaviour:How to embed your platformTooling:Adoption kit, Business AppsCustomer Success Story:Project Management < 10 days
  • 46. Choose the correct tooling
  • 47. Choose the correct tooling
  • 48. Tooling Knowledge management Company Intranet 1.0 Intranet 2.0Internal ExternalCollaboration Extranet Person
  • 49. Tooling Knowledge management Company Structure Charts Content Applications Policies ActivitiesInternal External Blogs Communities Forums Bookmarks Wiki Profiles Person
  • 50. ToolingStay on your platform!
  • 51. Tooling Microsoft SharePoint 2010• Mail• Office &• Web Content• Persons• Documents• Applications• Reports
  • 52. Tooling IBM Collaboration• Mail• Applications• Documents• Search &• Persons• Knowledge• Experience• Opinions
  • 53. Tooling IBM versus Microsoft CompanyOn Prem Cloud Person
  • 54. ToolingSo what about Yammer?
  • 55. ToolingA very nice isolated island
  • 56. ToolingWhile 2013 is fully integrated
  • 57. Tooling SharePoint 2010 > 2013 CompanyOn Prem Cloud Person
  • 58. Stay on your platform!IBM or MicrosoftImplement all four coloursGo for SharePoint 2013 instead ofYammer
  • 59. Feeling:Why a SharePoint platfom?Behaviour:How to embed your platformTooling:Adoption kit, Business AppsCustomer Success Story:Project Management < 10 days
  • 60. Customer Success Story
  • 61. Customer Success Story
  • 62. Customer Success StoryProject Management <10 days
  • 63. Customer Success Story Just another SharePoint siteFase 0 - 3 daysRequirements workshopConfiguration of our xRM ProjectManagement templateInstall it on existing 2010 environment
  • 64. Customer Success StoryTechnical delivery is the start 3G
  • 65. Customer Success StoryMichael Sampson
  • 66. Customer Success StoryUsing the blended approach
  • 67. Customer Success Story Stage 1: Winning AttentionCommunicate the Why2,5% reach: Innovators > Early adoptersCommunication planCollaboration guidelinesLaunch announcement for 1st pilot wavegroup
  • 68. Customer Success Story Stage 2: Cultivating ConceptsTrain on the How16% reach: Early adopters > Early majorityClassroom training “Getting ThingsDone with Outlook & SharePoint”Classroom training “What’s new withProject Room”Distribute GTD e-books
  • 69. Customer Success Story Stage 3: Enliving ApplicabilityShow the What50% reach: Early adopters > Majority24x7 support channelQuick Reference CardsTip of the week including video linkAdvanced training for key users
  • 70. Customer Success Story Stage 4: Making It RealOn the Job Support84% reach: Early majority > Late majorityOver the shoulder supportReference stories / -videoBest Practices ForumMeasure usage & Communicate growth
  • 71. Customer Success Story86% reach in 10 weeks
  • 72. Feeling:Why a SharePoint platfom?Behaviour:How to embed your platformTooling:Adoption kit, Business AppsCustomer Success Story:Project Management < 10 days
  • 73. Leave your business card tomake a chance to win!
  • 74. Roland Driesenr.driesen@silverside.nltwitter.com/RolandDriesenlinkedin.com/in/RolandDriesen 58