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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.

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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  • 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/