making things
happen and getting
things done:

project management                 anne-marie
(of a sort) in libraries     ...
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goal/
  outcome
lifespan

something new

cross-organizational
  time &
    cost
< brainstorm >
and, also...




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As a <user>    I want <functionality>
so that <benefit>.
                            {Scrum}




  {deb gilchrist}
As a <user>    I want <functionality>
so that <benefit>.
                            {Scrum}




<action phrase> in order t...
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how will the new project help our users
meet their needs?



how a new project will help us meet our
strategic goals?



h...
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how should the new thing work? how
does it work?


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



do we have...
what do our users really do, really want
(and how to find that out)?



what new things will have the biggest
impact on our...
how can we find out what
they want?
OSU Libraries Home > Demos and Guides > WR 121



Tutorial 3: Using Sources to Research Your Topic

About this tutorial

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OSU Libraries Home > Demos and Guides > WR 121 >Tutorial 3 >



Tutorial 3: Using Sources to Research Your Topic


   News...
< prioritizing >
< planning >
1
project charter
charge
proposal


                  gets the stakeholders on board

    what’s the problem?
    what can...
problem?         how do we circulate Kindles?

deliverable?     circulating Kindles

assumptions?
    ✓that our users want...
problem?         how do we circulate Kindles?

deliverables?    circulating Kindles

assumptions?
    ✓that our users want...
deliverables

  tangible
 address the problem
  measurabl
  e

a deliverable is not a benefit

 - a benefit is measured AFTE...
problem?         how do we circulate Kindles?

deliverable?     circulating Kindles

assumptions?
    ✓that our users want...
problem?         how do we circulate Kindles?

deliverable?     circulating Kindles

assumptions?
    ✓that our users want...
constraint matrix

time

               cost


       scope
time


dependencies


milestones

deadline
   s
pretend you see a beautiful,
   winding, country road
feedback - responsiveness -
       iterativeness
social project management/ 2.0
                            etc.
Defined as:            Must have:
social project management/ 2.0
                                 etc.
   Defined as:              Must have:
 limited planni...
social project management/ 2.0
                                 etc.
   Defined as:              Must have:
 limited planni...
wikipedia.org/en/Edupunk
who has veto power




who must be kept informed
how do you communicate with your users?

                      with each other?
documentation
initial proposal

schedule and deadlines

action items




 report out - what you tracked, what happened,
  ...
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    1. 1. making things happen and getting things done: project management anne-marie (of a sort) in libraries deitering osu libraries some rights reserved by Paraflyer (flickr)
    2. 2. some rights reserved by I like (flickr)
    3. 3. goal/ outcome lifespan something new cross-organizational time & cost
    4. 4. < brainstorm >
    5. 5. and, also... some rights reserved by work+tumble
    6. 6. some rights reserved by Bert Werk (flickr)
    7. 7. As a <user> I want <functionality> so that <benefit>. {Scrum} {deb gilchrist}
    8. 8. As a <user> I want <functionality> so that <benefit>. {Scrum} <action phrase> in order to <goal> {deb gilchrist}
    9. 9. some rights reserved by L S G (flickr)
    10. 10. some rights reserved by Valley Library(flickr)
    11. 11. how will the new project 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?
    12. 12. some rights reserved by May Escobar (flickr)
    13. 13. how should the new thing work? how does it work? how, how well and how fast should we build the new thing? do we have the expertise to build the new thing, and how will we fill any gaps?
    14. 14. what do our users really do, really want (and how to find that out)? what new things will have the biggest impact on our users? what are the best ways to communicate with our users?
    15. 15. how can we find out what they want?
    16. 16. OSU Libraries Home > Demos and Guides > WR 121 Tutorial 3: Using Sources to Research Your Topic About this tutorial This tutorial will help you to understand the difference between the different types of information sources required for Essay #2, and show you some tools to find your required sources. Login and begin tutorial What to expect When you finish this tutorial, you will be able to: •Differentiate between popular and scholarly article sources. •Choose appropriate research tools to find specific source types. •Identify useful source types for different information needs. This tutorial has TWO units, make sure you complete both. This tutorial has TWO quizzes, worth a total of 25 points.
    17. 17. OSU Libraries Home > Demos and Guides > WR 121 >Tutorial 3 > Tutorial 3: Using Sources to Research Your Topic News articles as sources News articles are interesting sources for a number of reasons: ✴News articles are written for a popular audience. ✴They are comparatively brief, so the writer can't give the audience too much context. ✴They are meant to be current and up-to-date. ✴However, they can also provide historical perspective.
    18. 18. < prioritizing >
    19. 19. < planning >
    20. 20. 1 project charter charge proposal gets the stakeholders on board what’s the problem? what can we deliver? what assumptions are we making? who cares?
    21. 21. problem? how do we circulate Kindles? deliverable? circulating Kindles assumptions? ✓that our users want to read e-books ✓that our users want to read popular fiction ✓that our users want to try out a Kindle who cares? ✓library users ✓acquisitions ✓cataloging ✓library technology ✓access services ✓library administration
    22. 22. problem? how do we circulate Kindles? deliverables? circulating Kindles assumptions? ✓that our users want to read e-books ✓that our users want to read popular fiction ✓that our users want to try out a Kindle who cares? ✓library users ✓acquisitions ✓cataloging ✓library technology ✓access services ✓library administration
    23. 23. deliverables tangible address the problem measurabl e a deliverable is not a benefit - a benefit is measured AFTER completion of the project
    24. 24. problem? how do we circulate Kindles? deliverable? circulating Kindles assumptions? ✓that our users want to read e-books ✓that our users want to read popular fiction ✓that our users want to try out a Kindle who cares? ✓library users ✓acquisitions ✓cataloging ✓library technology ✓access services ✓library administration
    25. 25. problem? how do we circulate Kindles? deliverable? circulating Kindles assumptions? ✓that our users want to read e-books ✓that our users want to read popular fiction ✓that our users want to try out a Kindle who cares? ✓library users ✓acquisitions ✓cataloging ✓library technology ✓access services ✓library administration
    26. 26. constraint matrix time cost scope
    27. 27. time dependencies milestones deadline s
    28. 28. pretend you see a beautiful, winding, country road
    29. 29. feedback - responsiveness - iterativeness
    30. 30. social project management/ 2.0 etc. Defined as: Must have:
    31. 31. social project management/ 2.0 etc. Defined as: Must have: limited planning limited documentation DIY small or no budget release ASAP BETA
    32. 32. social project management/ 2.0 etc. Defined as: Must have: limited planning small projects limited documentation clear vision DIY multiskilled teams small or no budget feedback release ASAP responsiveness BETA iterations
    33. 33. wikipedia.org/en/Edupunk
    34. 34. who has veto power who must be kept informed
    35. 35. how do you communicate with your users? with each other?
    36. 36. documentation initial proposal schedule and deadlines action items report out - what you tracked, what happened, what should happen next.

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