Social Project Management

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here's the presentation I gave at Enterprise 2.0 this morning. The slides are a little sparse. I'll write up some notes on my blog (disambiguity,com) as soon as I get a spare moment.

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  • Good I really like it. I will look at GoPlan too. You are a clear thinker and presenter
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  • take a look at http://www.projectplace.com - nice interface, good collaboration tools, secure & reliable

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  • Check out a solution called ProjExec. (www.triloggroup.com) A powerful PM solution built on a mainstream enterprise collaboration platform from IBM.
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  • Hey ... gantt charts still rule! Check out www.ganttic.com
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  • Now embedded at www.oraclelink.com and www.ukocn.com The Oracle Community Network

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Social Project Management

  1. Social Project Management Everything small is big again Leisa Reichelt Flow Interactive
  2. who are we?
  3. a tiny bit about me
  4. what are we talking about?
  5. so... social project management, eh?
  6. why is this interesting?
  7. the ‘social’ revolution
  8. changing the way we do many things
  9. a new way of ‘doing’ projects...
  10. well... not really new...
  11. ...it’s just that they’re being taken a lot more seriously these days.
  12. limited planning no documentation do it yourself (small team) multiple skillsets small budget release ASAP
  13. what was once a hack, is now an accepted methodology
  14. project management 2.0?
  15. social project management
  16. [project management]?
  17. what does project management 2.0 look like?
  18. small teams
  19. smart, motivated people
  20. limited planning
  21. a clear vision
  22. minimal scope
  23. small projects
  24. multi-skilled teams
  25. fast pace
  26. rapid release
  27. alpha
  28. beta
  29. feedback
  30. responsiveness
  31. iteration
  32. is this really so new?
  33. but, there are not-so-new alternatives...
  34. agile
  35. Manifesto for Agile Software Development We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value: Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more. www.agilemanifesto.org
  36. short development cycles, iteration, end user involvement, multi-disciplinary teams
  37. compare & contrast with ‘project management 1.0’
  38. large scale projects
  39. top down
  40. Gantt charts
  41. many stakeholders
  42. escalating requirements
  43. complex dependencies
  44. risk registers
  45. mammoth teams
  46. scary/crazy budgets
  47. horizon & beyond timelines
  48. expected failure.
  49. why do these types of project fail?
  50. firstly. do they fail?
  51. Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP, Accenture, IBM Global Services
  52. the 1.0 ‘large scale’, top down project approach fails spectacularly. All the time.
  53. except, they don’t *officially* fail. Because we update the Gantt chart as we go. We move the goal posts
  54. but why?
  55. traditional project management doesn’t match the way we work.
  56. war story
  57. project management 2.0 projects *also* fail all the time.
  58. for different reasons...
  59. usually because it just wasn’t such a great idea.
  60. or the implementation was completely wrong
  61. or the audience doesn’t exist yet.
  62. but it doesn’t matter.
  63. because they’re smaller and faster. there’s less invested.
  64. dust off. take the learning. move on.
  65. ok. so what’s all this social stuff got to do with it?
  66. new toys
  67. but, will it scale?
  68. creating a composite
  69. a recent war story
  70. old principles new principles
  71. the take home lesson
  72. want to share your thoughts or experience? thank you :) leisa reichelt leisa.reichelt@gmail.com blog: disambiguity.com work: flow-interactive.com
  73. image credits Gantt Chart image: http://www.conceptdraw.com/products/img/ScreenShots/project/gantt_chart_presentation.gif How waterfall doesn’t fit the way we work images taken my me, of Johnnie Moore’s presentation at Reboot 9.0 (johnniemoore.com) Org. chart: http://www.pipingdesigners.com/Tips/org%20chart.JPG Happy Project Team: http://flickr.com/photos/grazi/204789193/

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