How and where we interface
      with our users is where the
      rubber meets the road and
      should merit a little m...
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choosing / prioritizing
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how the things we do help our
users meet their needs


how a new project will help us
meet our strategic goals


how a new...
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how the new thing should work &
how it does work


how, how well, and how fast we
should build the new thing


if we have ...
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what our users really do, really
want to do - & how to find that out


the designs & tools that will have
the biggest impa...
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purpose
  deliverables

  constraints
work breakdown

    criteria
 organization
IS            IS NOT
deliverable
                 consistent look
Every member
                    and feel
of the library...
scope
constraint
  matrix




resources            schedule
work breakdown




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milestones


dependencies
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who has veto power




who needs to be kept informed
exercise & discussion

1. BRAINSTORM: Think of every task (big or small) you
   would have to do to complete one of these ...
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  1. 1. How and where we interface with our users is where the rubber meets the road and should merit a little more thought then simply thrusting a MySpace page in their face or building a new library in Second Life... --John Blyberg, Library 2.0 Debased Some rights reserved (iNoxKrow)
  2. 2. some rights reserved (work+tumble)
  3. 3. some rights reserved (Ben McLeod)
  4. 4. choosing / prioritizing
  5. 5. some rights reserved (Valley Library)
  6. 6. how the things we do help our users meet their needs how a new project will help us meet our strategic goals how a new project will help us do things better or more cheaply
  7. 7. some rights reserved (Rutty)
  8. 8. how the new thing should work & how it does work how, how well, and how fast we should build the new thing if we have the expertise to build it, and how will we fill any gaps
  9. 9. some rights reserved (michellereneehawkins)
  10. 10. what our users really do, really want to do - & how to find that out the designs & tools that will have the biggest impact on our users the best ways to communicate with our users
  11. 11. some rights reserved (Windward CC Library)
  12. 12. some rights reserved (thegloaming)
  13. 13. purpose deliverables constraints work breakdown criteria organization
  14. 14. IS IS NOT deliverable consistent look Every member and feel of the library faculty will comprehensive easy to find create a page to display official CV linkable selected publications printable easy to update and without presentations requiring HTML
  15. 15. scope constraint matrix resources schedule
  16. 16. work breakdown some rights reserved (superburschi)
  17. 17. milestones dependencies
  18. 18. some rights reserved (Carl Blake)
  19. 19. who has veto power who needs to be kept informed
  20. 20. exercise & discussion 1. BRAINSTORM: Think of every task (big or small) you would have to do to complete one of these projects in your environment. One task per post-it. 2. DISCUSS: Within your groups, discuss how context affects your planning. 3. ORGANIZE: Group the post-its. Label your groups. 4. PLAN: Identify dependencies & a rough timeline. Identify your planning horizon. 5. PREDICT: Identify key milestones. Identify time and resources needed to achieve milestones.
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