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Presentation on Smarter Work I delivered in October last year to a large group of IBM érs and customers. IBM vision and strategy on Smarter Work, Lotus Connections and customer examples

Presentation on Smarter Work I delivered in October last year to a large group of IBM érs and customers. IBM vision and strategy on Smarter Work, Lotus Connections and customer examples

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  • Source: Will Morrison NOTE: Word processing and spreadsheets were available long before 1995, but the reason they are on the chart is to indicate that these were “individual” activities. NOTE: Reason for 3 w3 references (to show evolution of capability): w3 – Web site: when the Web was first introduced and served primarily as an information source w3 – profile: we began to ask employees to profile themselves so that they would receive information that they subscribe for through indicating their area of interest through profiling w3 – role-based: providing employees with consolidated, more comprehensive information based on their role in the company NOTE: Today’s Wikis and Blogs are an evolution of Forums Instant messaging: 1.5M messages/day Blogs: 28K registered bloggers; 4K active Wikis: 7,300 instances, 112K pages, 114K unique authors Forums (Web-based forums in 2006): 1,500 instances, 40K authors
  • Source: Brian Goodman BlogCentral is both a blogging platform and an aggregation dashboard. Blogs are personal online journals. Think of them as a personal homepage. They get syndicated (shared) so that content from one source can be automatically surfaced in a different context. Blogs: Empower people to contribute content. Aggregates content so people see what they are interested in. Lets people drive the change by simply providing the means. NOTE: When Blogs first surfaced, we had to make a business decision of whether to embrace it or tell employees not to use it. Since this latter was next to impossible, the decision was made to accept it as a viable form of on-the-job employee collaboration. However, IBM did develop a set of “guidelines” (a code of conduct, or sorts) for use by bloggers which, to our knowledge, have generally been accepted by the IBM community. Today, Blogs (and wikis) are an effective means of viral communications.
  • Many communities fit into multiple categories listed above About half will fit into geographical category, about third will fit into technical, about third will also fit into professional
  • Based on: 286, 586 average search visits per week, each IBMer saves 12 seconds per search visit today

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  • Social Collaboration @ IBM Smarter Work, 27 Oktober 2009 IBM Amsterdam
  • I am
  • Agenda
    • Drivers & Social Collaboration @ IBM
    • Social Software & UC2 tools & Integration
    • Examples
  • <<< 75+ acquisitions since 2002 >>>
    • IBM FACTS
    • 350K+ employees
    • 200K+ contractors
    • 170 countries
    • 2,000 locations
    • 50% of employees have less than 5 years experience
    IBM Locations Mobile Employees
  • IBM conducts business in a rapidly changing environment
    • Work environments are more complex
      • Matrixed organizations
      • Organizational changes
      • Mergers / Acquisitions
      • Global companies
      • Telecommuting / Remote workers
    • Work is increasingly collaborative
      • Increased Specialization
      • Ad hoc projects
    • More interactions with unknown people
  • Demographic´pressure is increasing By 2016, the number of individuals aged 60-64 in Australia is expected to almost double Source: Beazley, et. al, Continuity Management, Mackay, Alan. “Mature Age Workers: Sustaining Out Future Labor Force.” An Ageless Workforce - Opportunities for Business' Symposium Conference Paper. August 27, 2003. www.ageing.health.gov.au/ofoa/wllplan/aawpapers.htm , Time to act quickly on aging.” The Japan Times Online. August 23, 2002 www.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/getarticle.pl5?ed20020823a1.htm , A. Paulli, “Pension systems and gradual retirement in Italy”, September 2000, p.17 , 19% of the entire American workforce holding executive , administrative and managerial positions will retire in the next five years In the year 2000, there were more people receiving pensions in Italy than people working (22 versus 21 million) ‏ Within the next seven years, 33 million people in Japan (26% of the population) will be over 65 years old
  • Collaborative capabilities Business value 2010 1995 2000 2005 Notes Mail BluePages w3-Web site w3-role-based Sametime v1 Web Conferences QuickPlace TeamRooms Forums Blogs Wikis WorldJam ThinkPlace Productivity Collaboration Innovation Tagging Dogear TAP Sametime v7.5 Rendezvous InnovationJam ValuesJam Word processing Spreadsheets Communities Reputation “ One way information source ” “ Connect and exchange ” “ Ecosystem, highly interactive and reputation-based ” Cattail Activity Explorer
    • External Communities
  • Enterprise 2.0 at work in IBM: IBM used ´Facebook´ long before we started selling it Profiles Productivity driven savings of $194M per year
  • Blogs We host ± 40.000 Blogs, Sept ‘08 They generate more publicity then our communications department.. IBM érs get feedback from the crowd which can be used to improve our services Enabling every employee to publish and discuss their ideas out in the open 83,580 85,052 35,094 August 2007 60% 60% 65% % increase 50,000 Comments 51,000 Entries 23,000 (67 countries) ‏ Users August 2006
  • Increased search satisfaction 50% of user searches end with clicks on user-tagged content Dogear Productivity driven savings of $4.5M per year
      • Based on: 286, 586 average search visits per week.
      • Each IBMer saves 12 seconds per search visit today
    Share 427,233 public and tagged bookmarks
  • And host 12000 + communities of many different interests Communities The goal: provide context, develop cultures, and grow capabilities that individuals need to be able to perform effectively
  • Related Bookmarks Related Blogs & Forums Related Profiles Search satisfaction has increased by 50% with a productivity driven savings of $4.5M per year
  • Instant messaging helps IBM avoid approximately $780K per month in phone usage alone April 2005: IM is used as both a phone and email substitute. In addition to avoiding phone usage charges, organizations may also expect a decrease in the amount of email traffic and storage (and the costs associated with those). $780,000 Average savings per month (20 business days per month) $39,000 Average savings per day $9,360,000 Average savings per year $0.015 Phone rate 2.5 Number of minutes per call 4 Number of times IM used per day instead of phone 260,000 Number of unique users per day
  • Web conferencing helps IBM avoid approximately $6M per month in travel costs 2004: 72,765 Number of people traveling to meetings $72,765,000 Travel savings per year 24,255 Number of meetings requiring travel $1,000 Price of travel per person $6,063,750 Travel savings per month 50% Percent of people, per meeting, that would travel 15% Percent of meetings requiring people to travel 6 Average participants per meeting 161,700 Number of meetings
  • Agenda
    • Drivers & Social Collaboration @ IBM
    • Social Software & UC2 tools & Integration
    • Examples
    • IBM Lotus Software is built on open standards, WebSphere Application Server for scalability and supports REST/ATOM standards for easy extensibility
    • Out of the box plug-ins for your existing collaboration products increasing adoption
    • We’ve made a multi-million dollar commitment to ongoing social software development and created the first center for social software
    • IBM & award winning partners have the skills to customize a unique solution for your company
    • Thousands of customers deployed Lotus Connections or using hosted solutions making it the fasted growing software product ever at IBM
    IBM Lotus a proven leader in Collaboration
  • IBM Lotus Connections 2.5
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