<ul>Session BP304   The Way of the Social Dragon:  Ten Key Strategies for Building a Thriving Social Community  in Your Or...
<ul>Who We Are </ul>WordleWhite.jpg IMG_0574.JPG <ul>http://about.me/katmandelstein </ul><ul>Wordle for Carlos </ul><ul>ht...
What are we going to talk about in this session? <ul><li>You've got a Social Pilot, now what? The Social Dragon knows...
We'll take a first hand look at some of the social capabilities in the IBM Social Business offerings that are key for comm...
Discover Ten Key Strategies for Building a Thriving Social Community  in Your Organization
Take a first hand look at some Community Best Practices from IBM, RockTeam & Customers
Learn how you will know when you have succeeded </li></ul>
Why do some Social Business projects fail? <ul><li>Just because you build it, does not guarantee they will come
It's not about the tools,  it's about the people
People are set in their ways
It's not easy to change corporate culture </li></ul>Image: Ambro / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Learning the Way of the Social Dragon <ul><li>&quot;Dragon&quot; comes to us from the Greek word for seeing &quot;derkein”...
The Social Dragon has the power to connect networks of business people – whether consultants, customers, partners research...
The Social Dragon has the vision to build a strong community . </li></ul>
Our need for social interactions, community and social media is inherent. We are social creatures by nature who crave mean...
“ Social Media, it turns out, isn’t about aggregating audiences so you can yell at them about the junk you want to sell. S...
According to IDC's Social Business Survey conducted in September 2010, 41% of respondents indicated that they have already...
...the fastest-growing segment of the collaborative applications market is the emerging social platforms category. The soc...
The Consumerization of IT.....  ....Are YOU ready?
And the job itself most likely won't be based in an IT department, but embedded in another business function such as sales...
Unlike the traditional IT environment, which consisted of a portfolio or inventory of discrete applications and technologi...
<ul>Empowering the Social Dragon's Magic </ul><ul><li>IBM Connections ®  3.0 </li><ul><li>Industry-leading Social Business...
Built on the robust Websphere ®  platform creating new technical learning opportunities for the classic Lotus Notes ®  Dom...
grid3 5.3 hours wasted per employee per week due to inefficient processes make decisions with the wrong input at least onc...
IBM Rational Team Concert™ +  IBM Connections ®   Connecting Software Development Projects with Communities <ul><li>Provid...
Coordinate cross organization projects involving both development and business stakeholders by linking IBM Connections act...
Connections Files – Enabling Community Collaboration
I BM Lotus Notes ®  8.5.3 & IBM Connections ®  Files & Profiles NEW Entitlement for IBM Lotus Notes Domino ®  8.5.3   Cust...
A Fire Breathing Technical Community! <ul><li>Fact: The Notes/Domino 8.5.3 release includes a significant new entitlement ...
These entitlements join IBM Sametime ®  Entry, IBM Lotus Symphony™, Tivoli ®   Directory Integrator, Lotus Mobile Notes ® ...
Your Community Platform is Ready!  Are you? </li></ul>
How Do Notes & Domino 8.5.3 Enable Community? Source: http://ibmtvdemo.edgesuite.net/software/lotus/demo/notes/version853/...
The point is... . ..the Platform for Social Business and Community is available now to our Notes & Domino Community. ..bre...
We Live in a Real-Time Culture Dissemination of news via social media,  social sharing, location-based apps,  shopping, th...
IBM Sametime ®   & UC2 ®  enables Community <ul><li>Moving from the Inbox to Instant Meetings (Real-time Collaboration!) <...
IBM Sametime ®   & UC2 ®  enables Community “ Our idea is to let knowledge workers have all-round connectivity,” said IBM ...
<ul>Empowering the Social Dragon's Magic </ul>IBM Social Business in the Cloud!  with LotusLive™ <ul><li>The All Encompass...
LotusLive Notes™ & LotusLive Engage™ </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Social Collaboration in the cloud with messaging, proj...
Community in the Cloud with LotusLive ™
<ul>Ten Key Strategies for Building a Thriving Social Community in Your Organization </ul><ul><li>Breathe Fire into Igniti...
Create a Culture of Belonging
Set Shared Business Objectives
Manage the Scope of a Community
Appoint a Community Manager
Transform Time and Space
Leverage the Wisdom of the Crowd
Recognize and Reward Participation
Identify Dragon Apprentices and Let them Lead
Sustain the Momentum over the Long Haul </li></ul>
Breathe Fire Into Igniting  the Community <ul><li>Community awareness is key!
Ignite the fire with a strong community launch and enablement
Understand what motivates those who you want to participate in your community
Respect their roles in establishing and growing the community </li></ul>
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  • Intro chart about who we are and why we are passionate about this subject
  • Photo has no copyright restrictions: http://www.flickr.com/photos/smithsonian/2536674948/ Pass to Carlos
  • We are inately curious and social people. By tapping into those urges, creates and fosters community and participation. More importantly, community fosters knowledge sharing and meaningful relationships and interactions with others. WARNING: this isn&apos;t a coding session. This is a community session
  • We come full circle in our digital world. We&apos;ve evolved from analog communication to digita and now back to a pseudo-analog discussion. Meaning, we&apos;re transitioning back to virtual face-to-face conversation. Technology created silos of today and technology is now breaking them down.
  • Productivity gains are proven with social media concepts and the trend is climbing upward. Today, living in the Inbox is not cutting edge. Living outside and collaborating is the way of the future. The inbox has it&apos;s place but it will be moved to a component of the social experience rather than the focus.
  • Web 2.0 is not going away. Social platforms will drive business productivity internally and brand awareness externally.
  • Consumerization of IT is here and upon us. In the 90&apos;s, technology dept&apos;s drove innovation and business insight due to the speed of digital communication. Today, IT depts can be viewed as more of a supporting “vice” or even a technology “blocker”. Knowledge workers in technology no longer just live in IT, they often live in the LOB. Commodity? What is your next move? Break down the silos and breath fire into your collab environment and build social communities.
  • We want social communities. We want to mix our business interests with our technological interests. We need to learn from our end users who are now enabled and ready to get business done with tools they want. Community is essential to cultivate that conversation.
  • Mobile and cloud enable community engagement. We are now at a point where we leverage our mobile devices to participate in community enabled platforms such as Connections, Twitter, Facebook, Sametime Touch on the analog to silo conversations to the digitally social age.
  • Talk about how to measure success Connections is our community platform now and for the future. It represents the core of the social platform for us to interact and participate in meaningful discussions.
  • As you can see, the facts here are startling – inefficiency is prolific – clearly, progress is needed to improve the way people interact with each other and information. 2 Billion people will be on the web, 4 billion phone subscribers and 1 Trillion intelligent devices in the world all needing to be interconnected.
  • Music Band Concept – Playing the same song, in key, and with the right time signature. Built on IBM Jazz Technology Creates connections between developers and business users alike Project Dashboards enable team collaboration With work item management Version Control and support for developer build processes Integrates with Sametime &amp; Connections for change notifications and activities Community based platform to bring technologists and business users together to socialize their development activities by leveraging Connections.
  • Files and Profiles are the most popular features of Connections and they are available to Notes Domino users at no cost. Not to mention the classic security framework that we all know out of the Lotus brand. Discuss 7am Customer meeting Sunday morning.
  • By leveraging these entitlements, you are fostering and cultivating community building and sharing. Think community, think organization, think teamwork.
  • “ Social Entitlements” - They are FREE and ready for you today. Notes Domino 8.5.3 bridges the gap between IBM Connections and Messaging &amp; Collaboration
  • Just a few clicks and your engaged right from the context of your Lotus Notes client! Social Business &amp; Community at work!
  • We live in breathe in a real-time culture. On-Demand is more prevalent than ever and Sametime Meetings enables us to talk and share in real-time. Invite whomever and share. Why aren&apos;t you leveraging Sametime Meetings? There is no good reason NOT to leverage real-time technologies today.
  • Questions to pose to audience How many would describe their inbox as “wild” or “untamed?” How many would say they get too much e-mail? There are different types of inboxes and management strategy -Out of control -Doubles as a to-do list (flags, folders) -Extract and reorganize using project management tool -Do nothing (incoming only, don’t respond) Is there a better solution than working out of the inbox? There has to be, right???!!! So why don’t we change our behavior? It’s in our nature to resist change It’s in our best interest improve, not stay stagnant.
  • &lt;reminder&gt;This is not a technical session rather a session on community building, cultivation
  • Social Business in the Cloud
  • LotusLive Notes, Engage are two cost-effective cloud solutions to enable messaging, collaboration and community engagement. Great on ramp for smaller to midsize organizations who want to get out of supporting their business and get into “doing business” Pass to Kat
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  • Best Practice Examples from IBM
  • Internal URLs for maintaining these metrics: http://w3.tap.ibm.com/myTAP/innovation/viewInnovation.wss?assetId=712 https://w3.tap.ibm.com/w3ki2/display/CollaborationPlatformInitiative/Metrics+by+tools https://w3.tap.ibm.com/w3ki2/display/CollaborationPlatformInitiative/Lotus+Connections+Metrics http://w3.tap.ibm.com/w3ki/display/w3kihelp/Wiki+Stats M IBM Connections on w3 Metrics As at Sep 2011 630,000+ Profiles 70,160+ Communities 102,700+ Bloggers 1.25M+ Bookmarks 218,340+ Activities 8M+ file downloads 29.36M+ Wiki page views files uploaded and file users=LCFiles+Cattail; shares=LCFiles Download + cattailUpload*7.1 7.1 is the conservative trended ratio from 1Q09 &amp; 2Q09
  • Pass to Carlos
  • &gt; The RockTeam &amp; Transition have been collaborating over Quickr since version 3! &gt; It has become a line of business tool for decision making, version control, and documentation &gt; Promotes team alliances within a dispersed group of people in two separate organizations in two different continents &gt; Product launches, discussions, and file sharing is done through Quickr.
  • Leveraging existing investments and skills in DB2, websphere core, Creating a Profile infrastructure like never before – unifying, simplifying, and profiling!
  • “I don&apos;t even know who my IBM rep is?” Show how to engage with your IBM team (reps, product engineers/managers, etc.)
  • “ What if I were to give you an hour of your day back? By removing that hour from the time you spend in your Inbox?”
  • Talk about how to measure success
  • Need tie-in summary chart back to the Social Dragon Pass to Kat
  • LS12 BP304 The Way Of The Social Dragon

    1. 1. <ul>Session BP304 The Way of the Social Dragon: Ten Key Strategies for Building a Thriving Social Community in Your Organization </ul><ul>Carlos Casas | CEO | RockTeam & IBM Champion Kat Mandelstein | Director | IBM Collaboration Solutions </ul>
    2. 2. <ul>Who We Are </ul>WordleWhite.jpg IMG_0574.JPG <ul>http://about.me/katmandelstein </ul><ul>Wordle for Carlos </ul><ul>http://about.me/carloscasas </ul>
    3. 3. What are we going to talk about in this session? <ul><li>You've got a Social Pilot, now what? The Social Dragon knows...
    4. 4. We'll take a first hand look at some of the social capabilities in the IBM Social Business offerings that are key for community adoption
    5. 5. Discover Ten Key Strategies for Building a Thriving Social Community in Your Organization
    6. 6. Take a first hand look at some Community Best Practices from IBM, RockTeam & Customers
    7. 7. Learn how you will know when you have succeeded </li></ul>
    8. 8. Why do some Social Business projects fail? <ul><li>Just because you build it, does not guarantee they will come
    9. 9. It's not about the tools, it's about the people
    10. 10. People are set in their ways
    11. 11. It's not easy to change corporate culture </li></ul>Image: Ambro / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    12. 12. Learning the Way of the Social Dragon <ul><li>&quot;Dragon&quot; comes to us from the Greek word for seeing &quot;derkein”. The dragon has unusually sharp vision in the physical, intellectual and psychic realms.
    13. 13. The Social Dragon has the power to connect networks of business people – whether consultants, customers, partners researchers or employees – to drive collaboration and innovation.
    14. 14. The Social Dragon has the vision to build a strong community . </li></ul>
    15. 15. Our need for social interactions, community and social media is inherent. We are social creatures by nature who crave meaningful interactions with others. - Dave McGurgan (@dmcgurgan), Digital Media Manager, RockTeam
    16. 16. “ Social Media, it turns out, isn’t about aggregating audiences so you can yell at them about the junk you want to sell. Social Media, in fact, is a basic human need, revealed digitally online. We want to be connected, to make a difference, to matter … we want to belong ...” http://www.famousbloggers.net/66-awesome-social-media-quotes.html - Seth Godin, sethgodin.typepad.com
    17. 17. According to IDC's Social Business Survey conducted in September 2010, 41% of respondents indicated that they have already implemented an enterprise social software solution and 35% of survey respondents believed that using social software made them more productive. R espondents experienced an 11-30% in time savings.
    18. 18. ...the fastest-growing segment of the collaborative applications market is the emerging social platforms category. The social platforms market achieved $370 million in 2009 and will reach nearly $2 billion by 2014, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 38.2% over the forecast period. Source: Becoming a Social Business: The IBM Story - ftp://ps.boulder.ibm.com/ftp/demos/226706-IDC-Whitepaper-Becoming-a-Social-Business-IBM-Story.pdf
    19. 19. The Consumerization of IT..... ....Are YOU ready?
    20. 20. And the job itself most likely won't be based in an IT department, but embedded in another business function such as sales, marketing, manufacturing, or supply chain, with the employee working alongside tech-savvy business colleagues. Source: Computer World – IT's winning (and losing Job Titles - http://bit.ly/shV5Tw
    21. 21. Unlike the traditional IT environment, which consisted of a portfolio or inventory of discrete applications and technologies tended by in-house technical specialists, the emerging environment is a tightly-woven fabric of on-premises and off-premises services offered to an increasingly mobile workforce and customer base on an ever-widening range of consumer devices, like smartphones and iPads. Source: Computer World – IT's winning (and losing Job Titles - http://bit.ly/shV5Tw
    22. 22. <ul>Empowering the Social Dragon's Magic </ul><ul><li>IBM Connections ® 3.0 </li><ul><li>Industry-leading Social Business platform that integrates and fosters community building and social interactions.
    23. 23. Built on the robust Websphere ® platform creating new technical learning opportunities for the classic Lotus Notes ® Domino ® engineer! </li></ul></ul>
    24. 24. grid3 5.3 hours wasted per employee per week due to inefficient processes make decisions with the wrong input at least once a week Business events daily 800 Billion 42% What's the business value of social collaboration with IBM Connections ® ? Collaboration is about people not just documents! 2 hours per day planet grid2 grid5 grid6 grid9 grid8 98% of CEOs say they need to restructure the way their organizations work - Source: IBM CEO Study 2008 of people can’t find the help they know is out there 2/3 spent looking for the right information and expertise
    25. 25. IBM Rational Team Concert™ + IBM Connections ® Connecting Software Development Projects with Communities <ul><li>Provides a social context to software development activities
    26. 26. Coordinate cross organization projects involving both development and business stakeholders by linking IBM Connections activities with Rational Team Concert projects </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Enables Rational Team Concert development teams to collaborate with all stakeholders via IBM Connections </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Enhance productivity and agility across teams though expertise discovery, collaboration, shared intellectual capital, and social learning </li></ul><ul><li>IBM Confidential </li></ul><ul><li></li></ul>
    27. 27. Connections Files – Enabling Community Collaboration
    28. 28. I BM Lotus Notes ® 8.5.3 & IBM Connections ® Files & Profiles NEW Entitlement for IBM Lotus Notes Domino ® 8.5.3 Customers: Considered your “jumpstart” to Social Business and an on-ramp to IBM Connections ® 3.0
    29. 29. A Fire Breathing Technical Community! <ul><li>Fact: The Notes/Domino 8.5.3 release includes a significant new entitlement as part of Domino Client Access Licenses or Domino Express licenses -- the right to use two key capabilities of IBM Connections 3.0.1: Files and Profiles at no additional charge.
    30. 30. These entitlements join IBM Sametime ® Entry, IBM Lotus Symphony™, Tivoli ® Directory Integrator, Lotus Mobile Notes ® , and others as part of key additional value you receive as part of your license and subscription investment in Notes/Domino.
    31. 31. Your Community Platform is Ready! Are you? </li></ul>
    32. 32. How Do Notes & Domino 8.5.3 Enable Community? Source: http://ibmtvdemo.edgesuite.net/software/lotus/demo/notes/version853/index.html
    33. 33. The point is... . ..the Platform for Social Business and Community is available now to our Notes & Domino Community. ..breathe fire into the collaboration environment, enable Files & Profiles!
    34. 34. We Live in a Real-Time Culture Dissemination of news via social media, social sharing, location-based apps, shopping, the list goes on...
    35. 35. IBM Sametime ® & UC2 ® enables Community <ul><li>Moving from the Inbox to Instant Meetings (Real-time Collaboration!) </li></ul>
    36. 36. IBM Sametime ® & UC2 ® enables Community “ Our idea is to let knowledge workers have all-round connectivity,” said IBM Country Manager for Lotus (IBM Software Group) Karthik Padmanabhan. http://www.deccanherald.com/content/211760/ibm-unveils-apps.html
    37. 37. <ul>Empowering the Social Dragon's Magic </ul>IBM Social Business in the Cloud! with LotusLive™ <ul><li>The All Encompassing Trip </li><ul><li>Complete set of Community Building Tools (As A Service)
    38. 38. LotusLive Notes™ & LotusLive Engage™ </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Social Collaboration in the cloud with messaging, project management, Instant Meetings, Forms, Communities, file sharing, and more! </li></ul></ul></ul>
    39. 39. Community in the Cloud with LotusLive ™
    40. 40. <ul>Ten Key Strategies for Building a Thriving Social Community in Your Organization </ul><ul><li>Breathe Fire into Igniting the Community
    41. 41. Create a Culture of Belonging
    42. 42. Set Shared Business Objectives
    43. 43. Manage the Scope of a Community
    44. 44. Appoint a Community Manager
    45. 45. Transform Time and Space
    46. 46. Leverage the Wisdom of the Crowd
    47. 47. Recognize and Reward Participation
    48. 48. Identify Dragon Apprentices and Let them Lead
    49. 49. Sustain the Momentum over the Long Haul </li></ul>
    50. 50. Breathe Fire Into Igniting the Community <ul><li>Community awareness is key!
    51. 51. Ignite the fire with a strong community launch and enablement
    52. 52. Understand what motivates those who you want to participate in your community
    53. 53. Respect their roles in establishing and growing the community </li></ul>
    54. 54. <ul><li>Encourage Network connections
    55. 55. Invite participation and solicit contributions from all
    56. 56. Hold regularly scheduled community meetings
    57. 57. Actively participate in dialogue in activity streams
    58. 58. Polling of community for decision making </li></ul>Create a Culture of Belonging Image: basketman / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    59. 59. Set Shared Business Objectives <ul><li>Teams need purpose
    60. 60. Collaborate and prioritize what the goals of the team should be
    61. 61. Set objectives bases on consensus of team goals
    62. 62. Publish shared objectives
    63. 63. Checkpoint periodically </li></ul>Image: phanlop88 / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    64. 64. <ul><li>Do not make too broad
    65. 65. Be aware of Community overlap with existing communities
    66. 66. Avoid fragmentation into too many sub-communities
    67. 67. Watch out for scope creep </li></ul>Manage the Scope of a Community Image: winnond / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    68. 68. <ul><li>The Community Manager serves as the Steward of the Community
    69. 69. Leads structure and curation of content
    70. 70. Connects community members with relevant information and insights
    71. 71. Keeps community focused on shared objectives
    72. 72. Arbitrator of any conflict resolution </li></ul>Appoint a Community Manager Image: renjith krishnan / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    73. 73. <ul><li>Geographically dispersed teams are the new normal
    74. 74. Global timezone differences are a real challenge
    75. 75. Community allows team efforts to be available in one place 24X7
    76. 76. Community member location and availability status allows team members to reach out real time through preferred communication channel </li></ul>Transform Time and Space Images Clovks: Grant Cochrane S[ace:: thanunkorn / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    77. 77. <ul><li>Quickly locate the subject matter experts for project
    78. 78. Brainstorming
    79. 79. Encourage new innovation
    80. 80. Recognize cultural differences, celebrate and embrace them
    81. 81. Encourage different perspectives and solutions </li></ul>Leverage the Wisdom of the Crowd Image: jannoon028 / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    82. 82. <ul><li>Encourage Peer Recognition
    83. 83. Social Gamification makes participation more fun!
    84. 84. Virtual Badging </li><ul><li>Examples: ISW Kudos Badges for IBM Connections, IBM BlueThanks Widget (Internal to IBM) </li></ul><li>Polling on Community Feedback
    85. 85. Formal Recognition by Community Manager for Participation </li></ul>Recognize & Reward Participation Image: digitalart / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    86. 86. <ul><li>Let Community Members raise hands
    87. 87. Seek out frequent contributors
    88. 88. Leverage born leaders
    89. 89. Educate and empower them
    90. 90. Assign them tasks and projects to own and lead </li></ul>Identify Dragon Apprentices and Let them Lead Image: vichie81 / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    91. 91. <ul><li>Prune out content that is orphaned or no longer relevant
    92. 92. Revalidate community objectives with members
    93. 93. Look for new opportunities for evolution of the community
    94. 94. Care and feeding of the community is key to long term success </li></ul>Sustain the Momentum over the Long Haul Image: twobee / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    95. 95. <ul>Observing Social Communities in Action at IBM </ul><ul><li>Internal Communities </li><ul><li>IBM Corporate Service Corps
    96. 96. Blue IQ Ambassadors Program </li></ul><li>External Communities </li><ul><li>IBM developerWorks
    97. 97. Greater IBM
    98. 98. IBM Champions </li></ul></ul>
    99. 99. IBM Corporate Service Corps <ul><li>The IBM Corporate Service Corps has deployed over 1,000 IBMers from over 50 countries. 100+ teams have served local governments and NGOs on Smarter Cities projects in over 20 countries.
    100. 100. The teams use IBM Connections to prepare, collaborate during assignment, stay connected and pass on knowledge to future teams.
    101. 101. Expertise location is used to help identify other Industry or Technology specific knowledge needed on the projects. </li></ul>
    102. 102. Blue IQ Ambassador Program <ul><li>BlueIQ Ambassadors are social software enthusiasts who help IBM individual employees, teams and communities with using social software.
    103. 103. Volunteer army of over 1,700 ambassadors from 51 different countries who do this above and beyond their day job </li></ul>
    104. 104. <ul>Internal Social Business Adoption by the Numbers </ul><ul><li>Profiles: 630k+ IBM Profiles; over 1m searches per week
    105. 105. Communities: 4k+ public, 71k+ internal communities
    106. 106. Activities: 218k+ Activities
    107. 107. Files: 359k Files uploaded, 2.7m downloads, 236k users
    108. 108. Blogs: 103k+ internal bloggers
    109. 109. 15m+ downloads of employee-generated videos/podcasts
    110. 110. 20m+ minutes of LotusLive meetings every month
    111. 111. Instant Messaging: 40-50m+ per day </li></ul><ul>ROI to IBM </ul><ul><li>Search satisfaction has increased by 50% with a productivity driven savings of $4.5M per year
    112. 112. $700K savings per month in reduced travel
    113. 113. Significant reduction in phonemail, email server costs </li></ul>
    114. 114. IBM developerWorks <ul><li>Over 1M active members
    115. 115. Over 4M unique visitors per month
    116. 116. Over 2,000 new user profiles per day
    117. 117. Winner of Forrester Groundswell Award
    118. 118. Over 50,000 followers on external social networks </li></ul>
    119. 119. Greater IBM Connection <ul><li>The Greater IBM Connection Community of IBMers past and present, offering community members a way to connect or reconnect with IBM-affiliated friends and colleagues
    120. 120. Community Events: Virtual and Face-to-Face
    121. 121. Career Center & Networking
    122. 122. News & Information sharing to keep the community engaged </li></ul>
    123. 123. IBM Champions Community <ul><li>Launched in April 2011, the IBM Champions Program is a Recognition Program that highlights partners, customers, bloggers and academia that champion IBM offerings.
    124. 124. IBM Champions are chosen based on their contributions, depth of knowledge and proven community participation and evangelism.
    125. 125. Over 400 IBM Champions from countries across the globe.
    126. 126. 63 Champions have been announced for IBM Collaboration Solutions. </li></ul>
    127. 127. Customer Example: Health & Wellness Social-focused Customer Service Internal/External Digital Conversations Engaged Brand Management Social Business. Social Wellness
    128. 128. Customer Example: Flowline Components Getting back to “doing business” Moving to Web 2.0 SaaS Gains of 40-60% in productivity Social Business in the Cloud
    129. 129. 31175 Go-To-Market – IBM & RockTeam Growth thru partnering, sharing, & engaging via Greenhouse, LotusLive, & Sametime
    130. 130. <ul>Social Business ROI – Measurable & Intangible “Rather than try to calculate a technology ROI, you need to look at the return on collaboration and the value of knowledge access and skill sharing. If a streamlined collaboration process enables employees to work more efficiently or more productively, there is value that should be measurable. Similarly, if social media enables the organization to more efficiently find and tap the knowledge and skills of its workers and share that widely and more quickly, again there should be something that can be measured and given a value.” Source: http://bigfatfinanceblog.com/2011/11/23/measuring-the-business-roi-for-social-networks/ </ul>
    131. 131. <ul>But how do I know it is working? </ul><ul><li>How do you measure relationships?
    132. 132. How do you optimize people processes?
    133. 133. How do you motivate employees to actively participate and how do you measure that transformation?
    134. 134. Monitor over time and make adjustments along the way.
    135. 135. Community Measures: </li><ul><li>Soft: Loyalty, Forgiveness, Trust, Peer Support, Reciprocation, Honest Input
    136. 136. Trackable: Time, Preference, Advocacy, Speed to Market, Better Insights through Relationship versus Transaction </li></ul></ul>
    137. 137. <ul>Call to Action: Unleash your Social Dragon </ul>
    138. 138. Time to Unleash your Social Dragon Get Engaged with your IBM Rep or IBM Business Partner to get connected to the various communities right now! <ul><ul><li>Lotus ® Greenhouse (Join the Lotusphere Community!)
    139. 139. LotusLive ™
    140. 140. Twitter Hashtags this week ---> #LS12 #SocialDragon </li><ul><li>Lets chat! Follow @KatMandelstein and @CCasas </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Leverage your free social entitlements to improve expertise location, business processes, and speed to market </li></ul></ul>
    141. 141. Other related sessions to attend this week <ul><li>INV310 Lessons Learned: Business Agility Through Standards & Social Business , Angel Diaz Tuesday, Jan 17 04:45 - 05:45 PM Location: SW 3-4
    142. 142. ID227 Social Business Maturity Curve: Customer Success Stories & Best Practices , Chris Crummey, Wednesday, January 18,10:00 - 11:00 AM N. Hem A-C
    143. 143. ID225 Setting Up Communities To Solve Your Biggest Challenges , Suzanne Livingston & Mike Wanderski, Wednesday, Jan 18, 1:30 - 02:30 PM Pelican 1 & 2
    144. 144. BP105 Tick.Tick.Tick.Tick. #! It's Time To Evangelize, Educate And Energize Your Users To Get Productive, Get Social And Do BUSINESS! Mat Newman, ISW, Wednesday, Jan 18, 3:00 - 04:00 PM, Location: S. Hem IV -V
    145. 145. INV308 Strategy for Establishing Community , Rachel Happe, The Community Roundtable Wed, January 18 4:15 - 5:15pm Dolphin N. Hem E
    146. 146. GURU101 GURUpalooza! Best Practices Speakers Thursday, Jan 19, 10:00 - 11:00 AM Location: SW 5-10 </li></ul>Customer Sessions: <ul><li>CCS102 The Emergence Of Business Networks & Communities- connect.BASF CheeChin Liew, Tuesday, Jan 17, 11:15 - 12:15 PM Location: SW 7-8
    147. 147. CCS108 Social Business At Omron - ONE Communication/Collaboration Platform . Dennis Rot & Michel Min, Wed, January 18, 2012 3:00- 04:00 PM Location: Toucan 1 & 2 </li></ul>
    148. 148. Thanks! Questions?
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