Digital Collaboration

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In this presentation Senior consultant Geir Stene discuss how to integrate digital collaboration in organizations. What differentiate traditional collaboration tools and these ideas is that it's now possible to use the internet and social media integrated in a whole new set of ways, and enhance many forms of collaborative work in a scale that up till now hasn’t been possible.

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Digital Collaboration

  1. 1. Presentation DIGITAL COLLABORATION -FROM THE ELEMENTARY TO THE INNOVATIVE– Senior consultant at Creuna Geir Stene © Creuna Slide 1
  2. 2. 1 What challenges are met by digital collaboration? 2 What processes are involved in collaboration? 3 Tools available 4 What are ”the others ”doing? 5 What can you do? © Creuna Slide 2
  3. 3. Challenges that might be solved with digital collaboration ? Where Who is going to work together with documents I need ? are the How to get to know when do their part of the job? I don’t me? others can get hold of the one I need, when I need their input. Our travel expences are too high and are damaging our environmental profile. We want a solution that’s user friendly, integrated, flexible and doesn’t demand high investments in time nor money. © Creuna Slide 3
  4. 4. But what’s in it for me… (the customer…) ? effectivity for emplyees by reduced time Increased innovation ” increased contact and availability between empolyees Increased customer contact Improved environmental profile and reduction of C02 Increased production/innovation cycles. Reduced cost for travel expences. Reduced without huge investments” Great scalability I say Slide 4
  5. 5. DEFINITIONS/AREAS Digital collaboration Collaboration via electronic media. Being independent of time and/or place, but being able to cooperate efficiently © Creuna Slide 5
  6. 6. DEFINITIONS/AREAS Knowledge management Workflow Presence management Digital Project work a-syncronic & syncronic digital collaboration © Creuna Slide 6
  7. 7. …You can be where you want,do what you have to,when it suits you Your colleagues can deliver better processes and quicker results, because everyone involved are easier to get access to © Creuna Slide 7
  8. 8. NOT ONE SOLUTION FITS ALL © Creuna Slide 8
  9. 9. TOOLS FOR DIGITAL COLLABORATION Collaborative tools / applications Ideas and tools that solve digital collaboration © Creuna Slide 9
  10. 10. In real life CONNECTED ELEMENTS - PUT TOGETHER TO ONE SOLUTION- © Creuna Slide 10
  11. 11. Two examples of how to go about it in real life The insurance company TrygVesta focused on Statoil Hydro has focused somewhat differently the need for further growth as their main goal and had their main goal set up to enable their for investing in collaboration tools. Their competence better and by that get more value argumentation has been very much about the of their resources. Statoil Hydro define their environmental aspects. collaborative activities as ”integrated operations” as a new approach to solve their The estimate a cost reduction of 20 mill NOK( challenges where they have staff in a lot of about 2 mill£) and a reduction of 550 ton Co2 locations on shore – and offshore into the atmosphere. © Creuna Slide 11
  12. 12. An innovative approach to digital collaboration is to attach only elements needed for the tasks at hand No more – No less ! • This requires internet based technologies that will function directly in a browser • No limitations in simultaneous participants • Including instant messenging (IM), presence management and wide application sharing options • Integrated video/web conferencing up to full HD quality • Integrated IP based audio(VOIP) • Enable integration in internet, intranets, portals with API’s • Strong focus on security and heavy encryption available for usages in sensitive circumstances. • Strong focus on usability and GUI • No Heavy investments needed Collaborative areas Project Management • • Webseminar Executive meeting • • Emergency support Education • • Development support Training • • Interpretations CRM • • Negotiations Support • • Expert access Slide 12 Remote control • …And more…
  13. 13. In real life DIFFERENTIATIONS IN COMPLEXITY, FROM THE ELEMENTARY TO THE INNOVATIVE © Creuna Slide 13
  14. 14. Innovative collaboration that make sense + = www.creuna.no www.seesmic.com www.charlesleadbeater.net It’s now commonly understood that creativity is By opening up toward the surrounding world, not the product of one brilliant mind, but most the “harvests” of ideas can be multiplied to creative ideas come from people blending new levels. The possibilities for innovations and and mixing things”. to support the market with products and Charles Leadbeater services in demand is radically increased. 1 Digital collaboration tools fitted to meet internal challenges is an 3 Integrating Digital collaboration solutions and social improvement from the situation today media (Web 2.0) you achieve an optimal situation where your company and the market is so woven 2 Digital collaboration toolsthat involve the organization with together that you might not be to sure about who invented what, The market or you? partners and customers is an even better idea. © Creuna Slide 14
  15. 15. Thank you for your attention Any comments or questions can be directed to Geir Stene at geir.stene@creuna.no © Creuna Slide 15

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