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Key Areas • Community Placorms – Internal and External CommuniUes • Internal CollaboraUon to manage customers – B2B – B2C • Big Data • Knowledge Management • Workﬂow and BPM • Web and Mobile Apps • Consumers Apps in the Enterprise • Video / FaceUme
Are we collaboraUng in the enterprise? • Create a private Google site or Facebook group? • Open a Yammer account unUl we get access to Sharepoint? • BCC the VP of Customer Service • Don’t discuss the project failures in the next meeUng • Waterfall vs Agile/Scrum • Are we ready to be agile and innovate? • Are we geing ideas from consumers? • The CEO only has 15 minutes to listen to us? • Where is that updated project plan?
Key Components 1. Content is Social, and status Updates 2. Enterprise IntegraUon to CRM, ERP, Financials, etc. 3. Mobile and Cloud 4. Internal and External CollaboraUon 5. Real Ume feeds 6. AnalyUcs 7. Document Management 8. Email IntegraUon 9. Tasks and Project Management 10. Ideas 11. ReputaUon Management 12. GameﬁcaUon 13. Events 14. Knowledge Management 15. Video / Chat / VoIP 16. Social Media IntegraUon 17. Many more ….
Beneﬁts • StaUc project management tool vs. real-‐Ume collaboraUon • Time to market • Crowdsourcing • Reduce cost in informaUon ﬁnding • Talent retenUon and producUvity • Manage risks faster • Agile • InnovaUon • ROI?
Agenda 1 2 3 Trends Tools Ideas The Impact of Collabora=on Tools in Managing Projects
Ideas to Collaborate • It is about change management • It is about learning from failures • Goldﬁsh eﬀect • It is about metrics
Six Steps to start CollaboraUng 1. EducaUon and Training 2. Assess Company Culture 3. Learn what failed (history of projects) 4. Set objecUves, goals and metrics 5. Make an acUon plan 6. Start a pilot project
Step 1: EducaUon and Training • Industry research in your industry or ﬁeld • Learn about Agile/Scrum • Create a wiki or a Google Docs to share content • Bookmark content with Diigo • Avoid using internal email to share informaUon • Use the free trials from the collaboraUon tools
Step 2: Assess Company Culture • PersonaliUes – advocate vs. detractors • Are we digital yet? • Capable to collaborate • Internal needs and requirements • Are we PMI CerUﬁed? • Can we innovate? • Share case studies in your industry • Can HR help with change management? • Can we avoid the Neclix eﬀect?
Step 3: Learn what failed (history of projects) • Past success stories • Past failures • Document what happened • Learn from lessons • Setup new metrics to learn • Be ready to fail again but be sure to improve fast • Be agile
Step 4: Set objecUves, goals and metrics • Based on the ﬁrst 3 steps setup goals, objecUves and metrics • Gather a list of requirements and process to start collaboraUng and innovaUng • Link requirements to real company problems and soluUons
Step 5: Set up an acUon plan • Project Charter – use a collaboraUon tool for this • Look for execuUve buy in • Look for staﬀ buy in • It is not just that they accept the project but they are part of it – there needs to be commitment
Step 5: Start a pilot program • In Phases • Use CollaboraUon tools • Measure results everyday • Be ready to fail • Always on “beta” • Be ready for change • Be agile
Summary 1 2 3 Trends Tools Ideas The Impact of Collabora=on Tools in Managing Projects