Yammer & inter-organizational collaboration 8 Dec 2010
Using Yammer24.11.2010 Richard von Kaufmann // co-founder // Concepting Director
Enterprise Micro-bloggingEnterprise micro-blogging uses conventions developed fromconsumer social media: most notably Facebook and Twitter.The following slides will explain what it is and how it helps.
Creating a wider network X ClusterYammer Community OSKE Admins cluster membersNetworks are a great way to cluster managersexpand a collaboration “community” “community”community. network network OSKE.net admins only “parent” OSKE Community X Cluster network Network cluster members Zipipop used Yammer open “community” Community Networks to all OSKE users create a linked network of network 13 research clusters “community” network X Cluster consisting of 22 different cluster members organizations – which could use their own work emails to access. (“community” network)
CommunityNetworks• Create new community• Manage community membership• See all communities
Admin Power• Community settings• Remove users• Invitation settings • Only admin can invite • All members can invite
Two AccountsCluster Managers will have twoemail accounts link withYammer:OSKE.net email“Only” for doing admin workNormal work emailEveryday Yammer interaction
Yammer Usage:Large CommunitiesEXAMPLE: OSKE CommunityNEED: Generate better awareness and shareinformation within the communityBASIC RULES: Posts should mostly be ofinterest to the majority of the community andshould be kept shortish.THINK: “Notification news stream”
Yammer Usage:Project GroupsEXAMPLE: OSKE AdminNEED: Detailed knowledge sharing andgeneration through more in-depthdiscussion.BASIC RULES: Initial discussion topic orquestion is posted and comments are givenin reply. All comments should be given asreplies to keep them attached to theoriginal topic.THINK: “Micro-forum”
Thanks!Richard von KaufmannConcepting Director, co-founder+358 45 11 222 firstname.lastname@example.org
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