Liz Pearce, COO             liz@liquidplanner             @lizprcSocial Project Management    (like there’s any other kind)
Then        Command       and Control
Now      Support &        Guide
IdeaA vast wealth    Replyof businessintelligence     DOCin the details                 Reply                 DATA
Does this approach make sense?
Old School vs. New School
Collaboration    Meetings     Online Environments
ControlTightly held    Distributed Ownership    and Real-Time Sharing
Benefits    Accrue to Management      Everyone Benefits
Scheduling Wishful Thinking  Realistic and Real-Time
1500 Teams Later...
High Costs Sandbagging             Missed Deadlines                Poor Quality Burnout                   Low Morale      ...
lizprc: @World we all want to fix this!•   Lower Costs           •   Improved Efficiency•   Fewer Meetings        •   Less...
5 Tips
#1Move from centralizedto distributed updates
#2   Cut the middle man from       work distribution(You don’t need them anymore)
?            ?    ?   ?
Need it.+                                    Got it.    Online Tools and Open Process
#3 Keep the plan and the socialcollaboration in the same place     (To break down walls &     reduce switching costs)
Project                         Plan   CRM                HardEmail                drives        Share            Social  ...
CRM…Calendars                    Social BizEmail            The     Tool            Plan                    Mobile  Docs
#4Focus on PM habits, not results    (They will follow naturally)
Charles Duhigg@cduhigg
Habit Loops   40%
Management               Avoid             Be Vague Curiosity              Questions         Old Routine
Management   Transparent     Avoid Curiosity   Project Data   Questions        New Routine
Keystone Habit
#5Never waste a good crisis(It’s a great time to make a change)
Greater Chance of Team                           Openness to ChangeProject Failure?      Spike in Demand?                 ...
5 Practical Tips for Moving to         Social Project Management#1 Move from centralized to decentralized updates#2 Cut ou...
Liz Pearce, COO                   liz@liquidplanner                   @lizprcNow go build something :) Social Project Mana...
Social Project Management: 5 Tips for Moving From Old School to New School PM
Social Project Management: 5 Tips for Moving From Old School to New School PM
Social Project Management: 5 Tips for Moving From Old School to New School PM
Social Project Management: 5 Tips for Moving From Old School to New School PM
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Learn 5 practical ways to move your project team to social, distributed project management. Reap the benefits of less email, fewer meetings, fewer missed deadlines, and more. It's easier than you think!

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    1. 1. Liz Pearce, COO liz@liquidplanner @lizprcSocial Project Management (like there’s any other kind)
    2. 2. Then Command and Control
    3. 3. Now Support & Guide
    4. 4. IdeaA vast wealth Replyof businessintelligence DOCin the details Reply DATA
    5. 5. Does this approach make sense?
    6. 6. Old School vs. New School
    7. 7. Collaboration Meetings Online Environments
    8. 8. ControlTightly held Distributed Ownership and Real-Time Sharing
    9. 9. Benefits Accrue to Management Everyone Benefits
    10. 10. Scheduling Wishful Thinking Realistic and Real-Time
    11. 11. 1500 Teams Later...
    12. 12. High Costs Sandbagging Missed Deadlines Poor Quality Burnout Low Morale Missed Opportunities ProcrastinationCustomer Dissatisfaction Employee Turnover
    13. 13. lizprc: @World we all want to fix this!• Lower Costs • Improved Efficiency• Fewer Meetings • Less Wasted Capacity• Realistic Schedules • Higher Morale• Improved Quality • Better Communication• Less Email • Customer Satisfaction
    14. 14. 5 Tips
    15. 15. #1Move from centralizedto distributed updates
    16. 16. #2 Cut the middle man from work distribution(You don’t need them anymore)
    17. 17. ? ? ? ?
    18. 18. Need it.+ Got it. Online Tools and Open Process
    19. 19. #3 Keep the plan and the socialcollaboration in the same place (To break down walls & reduce switching costs)
    20. 20. Project Plan CRM HardEmail drives Share Social point Biz Tool
    21. 21. CRM…Calendars Social BizEmail The Tool Plan Mobile Docs
    22. 22. #4Focus on PM habits, not results (They will follow naturally)
    23. 23. Charles Duhigg@cduhigg
    24. 24. Habit Loops 40%
    25. 25. Management Avoid Be Vague Curiosity Questions Old Routine
    26. 26. Management Transparent Avoid Curiosity Project Data Questions New Routine
    27. 27. Keystone Habit
    28. 28. #5Never waste a good crisis(It’s a great time to make a change)
    29. 29. Greater Chance of Team Openness to ChangeProject Failure? Spike in Demand? Leadership in Transition? Resource Turnover? Heavy Constraints?
    30. 30. 5 Practical Tips for Moving to Social Project Management#1 Move from centralized to decentralized updates#2 Cut out the middle man from work distribution#3 Keep the plan and social collaboration together#4 Focus on building good PM habits#5 Never waste a good crisis
    31. 31. Liz Pearce, COO liz@liquidplanner @lizprcNow go build something :) Social Project Management Case Studies @ http://www.liquidplanner.com/case-studies
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