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Teampark and SharePoint 2010 social collaboration

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Who do SharePoint 2010 and TeamPark help you set-up a social collaboration environment?

Who do SharePoint 2010 and TeamPark help you set-up a social collaboration environment?

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  • 1. What is social? 1
  • 2. Sogeti TeamPark and SharePoint Social Collaboration From awareness to success <naam> <functie> <afdeling> Sogeti <e-mail> <telefoonnummer>
  • 3. Our world is changing 3
  • 4. So is your organisation Mash-ups, be flexible Communicate Conference Collaborate Form communitees Portals, dashboards KPI’s Me Share: Partner/ Customer Wiki, Blog. RSS supplier Rich media Collegues Knowledge sharing Search Online profiles E-mail and agenda Social networks Activities Inform Document lifecycle 4
  • 5. Sogeti TeamPark Part 1 - A way of thinking
  • 6. A changing society, customer and employee force organizations to adapt – 5 reasons for ‘TeamPark’ 6
  • 7. Free, unrestricted collaboration proves difficult The communication miss//match Formal synchronous outbound → 1 and informal and a.syn.chro.nous inbound ← Teams and organizations often work like a machine: internally synchronized and formalized. This creates a mismatch with customers and other teams and organizations that have there own synchronization and rhythm 7
  • 8. The new world of won’t work Anyplace, but anytime? People who are bound by workflows and direct communication cannot collaborate ‘anytime’, because they need to be synchronized 2 8
  • 9. Limitations to classic business-optimization Where to find more effectiveness? 3 Remaining Underperforming and misplaced processes cannot be optimized without consequences > We reached the limits of the current model < 9
  • 10. Talented people in untalented organizations Hidden talent Formal, standardized structures, processes and functions can never draw on all available collective and individual talent 4 people can do more then their functions allow, organisations can do more then their procedures allow 10
  • 11. Peak-oil, peak-coal, peak-uranium, peak-everything Transition to sustainability The future must be green and sustainable, organizations must 5 be able to react on big changes, flexibility and adaptivity are not properties of our current organization models 11
  • 12. The Taylor and Ford legacy: intensive knowledge farming Knowledge processing factories What is the problem? Can inabilities this fundamental and profound be solved? Modern organizations are like factories, based on an industrial model (Taylorism). And that’s limiting when working with information because information-processing doesn’t require physical presence 12
  • 13. Different kinds of social Social is a gradient ranging from implicit and near-functional (such as social networks) to fully crowd-sourced and emergent (such as open-innovation). 13
  • 14. SharePoint Social Collaboration Enterprise 2.0 is here
  • 15. Social Computing is the next wave of collaboration “Social Computing is not a fad. Nor is it something that will pass you or your company by. Gradually, Social Computing will impact almost every role, at every kind of company, in all parts of the world. Firms should approach Social Computing as an ongoing learning process, using some of the best practices of firms that have successfully taken the first steps.”1 - Forrester Research 15
  • 16. SharePoint 2010 social computing enables Mash-ups, be flexible Communicate Conference Collaborate Form communitees Portals, dashboards KPI’s Me Share: Partner/ Customer Wiki, Blog. RSS supplier Rich media Collegues Knowledge sharing Search Online profiles E-mail and agenda Social networks Activities Inform Document lifecycle 16
  • 17. SharePoint 2010 – Enterprise 2.0 is here • Social connections − Create/change your profile − Add a photo − See presence information *) − Share expertise − Get an overview of recent activities *) Requires MSN or Office Communications Server 17
  • 18. SharePoint 2010 – Enterprise 2.0 is here • Social connections − Leave notes − Get an insight into the organization − Create a social network − Use social bookmarking 18
  • 19. SharePoint 2010 – Enterprise 2.0 is here • Social content − Blogs, Wikis − Suggestions • Social feedback − Ratings − Tagging ◦ Tag Clouds ◦ Tag Profiles • Social search − Relevance − Social distance 19
  • 20. Sogeti TeamPark Part 2 - A way of doing
  • 21. TeamPark trajectory for SharePoint awareness strategy implementation alive A pattern consisting of 4 different phases, which can be incremented or iterated 21
  • 22. SharePoint trajectory – in reality Implementation(s) alive awareness strategy Multiple implementations, several platforms alive - awareness/strategy discounted 22
  • 23. TeamPark trajectory for SharePoint awareness strategy implementation alive  Clear vision and scope  Goals and KPI’s  MySite Host and MySite  Incentives  Right foundation  Workforce analysis  User Profile  Workshops  Inspiration  Persona’s, Scenario’s Management, Activity  Catalysts  Catalysts  Infrastructure optimization Feeds, Social  Support  Business Cases  Requirements Feedback, Wikis, Blogs, Discu  Information Architecture, ssions, Social Search Governance  Branding and Customization  Security, Capacity Planning  Install, configure, test  Train, support Social Collaboration Vision Workshops Priority Matrix Service Line Offerings roadmap “Inspire” / TeamPark Architecture and Factor4 MSEngage workshops infrastructure “Inspire” Activity Analysis Designs Whitepapers Work style Analysis TMap IT2B Agile for SharePoint IO Models Select the aspects best suited Business Case for your trajectory Scenario Templates Framework Persona Templates 23 Using Microsoft Impact 2.0 ©
  • 24. Agile for SharePoint: Using modules Agile for SharePoint Blog Wiki Intranet User Project profiles Sites Documents Team MySites Sites Modulair: flexible 24
  • 25. Delivery models
  • 26. SharePoint 2010 – Many scenarios Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite SharePoint Online SharePoint Online On-premises Standard Dedicated − Self-hosted and managed − Mulit-tenant hosting − Dedicated hosting − Direct access to servers − Shared hardware − Dedicated hardware − Central administration access − Outsourced IT management − Outsourced IT management − Hosted within own datacenter(s) − Hosted within Microsoft − Hosting within MS datacenters datacenters − Entire environment cusomizable − Most of the environment is − Partial trust code support customizable (full and partial − Own Active Directory trust code support) − Support for SharePoint Designer − Scalebale to companies of any size based customizations − Machine and process account si in a different AD forest − Forms based authentication − NTLM Authentication − Available for companies with 5+ seats − Available for companies with 5.000+ seats 26
  • 27. 27
  • 28. Why Sogeti?
  • 29. Sogeti Overview Differentiation • TeamPark methodology & method • Agile for SharePoint • We know SharePoint: SharePoint consultancy, development and hosting • We know Microsoft: .Net, Biztalk, Dynamics CRM, Unified Communications, Infrastructure and Office • Microsoft Certified Professionals and Most Valued Professionals (MVP) • Microsoft launching partner for SharePoint 2010 Global Presence, Local reach • More then 20 000 employees in 15 countries and 200 branches • Part of Capgemini Group (60,000 employees) Differentiated Services Approach • Local Professional Services business model • Blend of Local and Offshore Delivery 29
  • 30. Sogeti’s Offer Competence Project Commitment IT as a service Strategy • Right skills for the right • Sogeti takes • Sogeti takes • Sogeti delivers IT • Sogeti helps you projects responsibility for the administrator solution as a service in develop the right • From a few hours to entire project responsability the cloud strategy assigments over many • On shore or/and • Commissioning at • You don’t need to care • Strategic Support & years Rightshore customer or cloud about the technical and advice on all levels supplier buy only one service • On shore or/and Rightshore Example areas: Example areas: Example areas: • Tailor made systems Example areas: • IT-strategy Example areas: • BI in the cloud • Project management • Websites & Intranet • Performance • ERP systems • Websites Management • System development • Datawarehouse & BI solutions • Data Warehouse & BI • ERP systems • Business Information • Investigation & solutions analyses • ERP & Test • E-mail Management • Websites & Intranet • Integration • IT-architecture • Unified communication • Mobility 30
  • 31. Concluding … Unleash the power of social computing with SharePoint 2010. Use Sogeti’s TeamPark methodology to guide you through the process. 31

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