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GBG Dhaka's 11th meetup, in partnership with BRAC, on "Project Management in the Internet Era"

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  • 11th GBG Dhaka Meet-upProject Managementin the Internet EraTuesday, May 21, 2013In partnership with:
  • www.brac.netMay 21, 2013Organized by:BRAC Social Innovation Lab& Google Business Groups DhakaInnovation ForumProject Management in theInternet Era
  • www.brac.netBRAC Social Innovation Lab•  Creating mechanisms to engage staff in problemsolving.•  Serving as a “front door” for new ideas andpotential partnerships•  Supporting and incubating new cross-cuttinginitiatives•  Driving a regional network around “doing whilelearning,” focused on scaling up socialinnovations
  • What is GBG & How We Manage it with Web Tools (10 min)GBG Managers – Nash Islam, Riyad Husain & Salman HossainHow We Managed Dhaka’s First Bus Maps (5 min)Muntasir Mamun, Coordinator, Urban LaunchpadDesign Thinking (10 min)Kazi Monirul Kabir, Bangladesh Country Consultant, GoogleMobile Technology: Enabling a New Era in Healthcare(10 min)Ryan Chowdhury, Whitaker International Fellow, Harvard Medical School,ICDDR BangladeshMaking Maps for your Project, Quickly & Easily (5 min)Avijit Roy Kabyo, Regional Expert Reviewer, Google Map Maker – BangladeshMapping CommunityQ & A (15 min)TODAY’SAGENDA
  • What is GBG?GBG Managers:Nash IslamRiyad HusainSalman Hossain
  • Our ObjectivesIncrease  adop%on  of  internet  technologies  amongst  Bangladeshi  organiza3ons.      Plan  events  that  appeal  to  a  wide  variety  of  key  audience  segments  –  e-­‐commerce,  marketers,  students,  women,  mappers  &  more    Build  a  community  that  gets  to  know  each  other  by  hos3ng  atleast  1  live  event  per  month    
  • Our TeamGBG  Managers  Advisor  
  • Google’s Objective with GBGBuild  a  non-­‐technical  community  run  by  local  volunteers  to  share  knowledge  and  best  prac3ces  for  Google  web  technologies.      The  GBG  is  an  experimental  ini3a3ve  started  in  2012,  and  is  based  on  the  success  of  the  Google  Developer  Groups    worldwide,  where  developers  meet  to  discuss  building  applica3ons  with  Google  products.    See  detailed  informa3on  on  GBG  on  Google’s  official  GBG  page  
  • GBGs Worldwide65  GBGs  worldwide    21 GBGs inSouth & Southeast AsiaNearby GBGs include Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka,Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia,Vietnam & Philippines
  • GBG Dhaka is ranked #1According to the GBG Game rankings,GBG Dhaka is the #1 GBG in the world
  • Review of GBG Events
  • Our EventsSee  pictures  and  presenta3ons  on  our  Blog,  Google+  &  Facebook  page.    We’ve organized 10 successful events so far, reaching morethan 1000 local digital professionals, entrepreneurs &changemakers. We are a community of technology thoughtleaders
  • GBG Dhaka 2013 Event Roadmap•  Jan  6  –  E-­‐Commerce  Hour  &  Startup  Weekend  Mini  Bootcamp  •  Feb  1  –  Building  Brands  with  Digital  •  Feb  16  –  Educa3on  &  Collabora3on  Online  •  Mar  29  –  Mapping  Bangladesh  •  April  25  –  GBG  @  PMO  Innova3on  Adda  •  May  10  –  Mapping  Experts  Meetup  •  May  21  –  Empowering  Project  Management  with  Web  Tools  •  June  1  –  Women  on  the  Web  Workshop  #1  
  • GBG Dhaka 2013 Event RoadmapAt  least  1  event  (hopefully  more!)  in  each  month:    Jun  Aug  Sep  Nov  Dec  Share  your  ideas  for  event  topics!  
  • Some of our Community
  • How We Manage GBG withWeb Tools
  • Our Tools
  • GDrive
  • GDocs
  • Forms & Spreadsheets
  • Forms & Spreadsheets
  • Mailchimp
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  • Slideshare
  • Our Blog
  • Our Blog
  • Dropbox
  • How We Managed Dhaka’s FirstBus MapsMuntasir MamunCoordinator, Urban Launchpad
  • How to (Quickly) Make a BusMap
  • The First Bus Map ofDhakaData collection is not easy – especially on moving buses. Our top qualitiesfor a good flock is one that 1) share your values, 2) rides the vehicle that youare looking to map, 3) can mobilize quickly, and 4) gives brutally honestfeedback. Jackets help too.
  • In Dhaka, a physical bus sign may be the best way to reach bus riders. InNairobi, SMS. Your final info-products should guide your data collectionprocess and not theother way around.২৭  
  • While sometimes the best tools will be pen and paper, mobile devices likesmartphones and tablets make data collection easier to monitor and manageesp when you have a large flock. They also can be programmed tosimultaneously collect data that is automatically sensored and human sensoredlike crowding.
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  • Mobile Technology: Enablinga New Era in HealthcareRyan ChowdhuryWhitaker Fellow, Harvard Medical SchoolICDDR Bangladesh
  • Mobile technology:Enabling a new era inhealthcareRYAN CHOWDHURYWHITAKER INTERNATIONAL FELLOWHARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, ICDDRBGBG Dhaka & BRACProject Management in the Internet EraMay 21st, 2013
  • Current Situation   Smart mobile technology is poisedto transform global healthcare   Existing healthcare challenges in resource poor-settings in Bangladesh•  Inaccessibility to treatment / clinical testing•  Unsustainable costs to monitor chronic diseases•  Low patient outcomes for treatment
  • The coming transformation   Mobile technology: Encompasses three primary technologymegatrends to power the transformation in healthcare•  Cloud computing•  Social networks•  Big data analytics•  Mobile access to health information•  Peer support and increased connectivity•  Anytime diagnostics between patients andphysiciansImpact on health care  Key megatrends  “mHealth: Mobile Technology poised to enable a new era in healthcare”, ProgressionsReport, © Ernst & Young. Accessed via www.ey.com, May 2013
  • The core: informationtechnology   Health information technology (HIT) software shifts   physician-patient interactions•  Deliverable informationto consumers to shifthealth-related behavior•  Delivering insight toclinicians portably toempower remotediagnosisMobile-enabled healthcare vision  PhysiciansPatientsSymptom input(via mobile app)Remote diagnosis(via mobile device)“mHealth: Mobile Technology poised to enable a new era in healthcare”, ProgressionsReport, © Ernst & Young. Accessed via www.ey.com, May 2013
  • Patient-centrichealthcare   Ninety percent of the world’spopulation was within reach of amobile network in 2010“ITU Statshot, Issue 3: June 2010,” © 2012 ITU Newsroom Statshot, accessed via www.itu.int, May 2012  
  • Concept: Discharging healthcarefrom high-cost venues to accessiblelocationsStrategy: Patients use smart mobility to improve wellnessMeasurable impact: By mid-2012, 13,000 consumer health apps available on iPhoneNike + Fuel Band: Social-mobile fitness apphttp://www.nike.com/us/en_us/c/nikeplus-fuelband
  • Strategy: Effective managementof chronic diseasesAT&T’s DiabetesManager:Users enter blood sugarsthrough mobile devicesMeasurable Impact: Givescaretakers ability to coachand track progresswww.att.com/Common/about.../final_att_mhealth_diabetesmanager.pdf‎Concept: Discharging healthcarefrom high-cost venues to accessiblelocations
  • Strategy: Advanced remotemobile disease monitoringHarvard Medical School’sLens-less imaging platform:Briefcase specimen analysisMeasurable Impact:Significantly cost-reducedbio-sensing detection onmobile device andtransmission to specialistshttp://web.mit.edu/bammlabs/Concept: Discharging healthcare fromhigh-cost venues to accessiblelocations
  • Key characteristics of successfullylocalized software§ How can we make apps more easy and engaging to use?§ How can we take low-cost technologies used indeveloped world and implement them in resource-limited setting?§ How can we create applications that provide real-timecomparative information without the need forphysicians?§ How can we design devices that integrate into existingwidely-used platforms?
  • User-focused adoption   Forty-four million health-related smartphone apps weredownloaded worldwide in 2011“Telecommunications; Mobile Healthcare and Medical App Downloads to Reach 44 Million Next Year, Rising to 142 Million in 2016, Finds JuniperResearch Limited,” Telecommunications Weekly , 14 December 2011, via Factiva, © 2011 Telecommunications Weekly via VerticalNews.com  
  • Concept: When users tobecome adopters   Emerging  mobile  technology  is  a  game-­‐changer  for  healthcare  professionals  Simple applicationssignificantly improve medicalcare in the developing world  World Health Partners –minimally-trainedprofessionals who:•  Send patient information via text message to physicians•  Physicians send texts back to recommend best course ofactionhttp://worldhealthpartners.org/?p=10
  • Mobility is accessibility, whichmakes it translatable globallyOpenMRS: Open-source electronicmedical record (EMR) software builtby global community ofprofessionals•  Mobile-access to EMR data toimprove health care delivery•  Diverse community to buildscalable, user-driven systemplatformhttps://mdrtbdemo.pih-emr.org/openmrs/   Emerging mobile technology is a game-changer for healthcareprofessionalsConcept: When users tobecome adopters
  • Opportunities for mobiletechnology in Bangladesh§ Innovation to improve healthcare delivery§ Data analytics to support existing clinical frameworks§ Remote access to health-related information§ Mobile apps to empower patient useSMS application in Kenya to improved medication adherence by 25% andreduced costs up to 7%US HIT companies use patient-confidential data to analyze and trackpatterns of care and outcomes through digital healthcare recordsDr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Group of Saudi Arabia send expectantmothers ultrasound images via media messages to mobile phonesFitbit, an iPhone app, uses a wireless tracker to count steps taken andcalories burned to provide analysis tools to compare data with peer groups“mHealth: Mobile Technology poised to enable a new era in healthcare”, Progressions Report, ©Ernst & Young. Accessed via www.ey.com, May 2013
  • The impact“Doctors can be replaced by software – 80% ofthem can. I’d much rather have a goodmachine learning system diagnose mydisease than the median or average doctor”   -Vinod Khosla    Rock Health Innovation Summit - August
  • Thank youQuestions?
  • Design ThinkingKazi Monirul KabirBangladesh Country ConsultantGoogle
  • design thinkingDesign thinking offers an alternative to the rigidity of traditional projectmanagement and can help drive successful projects.Kazi Monirul Kabir@monirul
  • A mindset and set of values that applies both analyticaland creative thinking towards solving a specific problem
  • A methodology for innovation that combines creative andanalytical approaches, and requires collaboration acrossdisciplines
  • The design thinking process
  • 6 design thinking principles forsuccessful project management1.  Put a multidisciplinaryteam in charge2.  Prepare for failure in thebeginning3.  Be both vision- and task-driven4.  Fail and correct then failagain5.  Make tangible prototypes6.  Embrace ambiguity
  • Thank You
  • Making Maps for YourProject, Quickly & EasilyAvijit Roy KabyoRegional Expert ReviewerGoogle MapMakers – Bangladesh Mapping Community
  • Presented  By:  Avijit  Roy  Kabyo  
  • What  is  Custom  Map?  Custom  Map  is  one  kind  of  Google  Maps  which  we  use  to  show  our  own  Loca3ons,  Paths  or  anything  else.      Like,  you  have  a  large  Company  which  has  many  branches  and  different  loca3ons.  Now  you  want  to  let  your  customer  show  all  your  branch  loca3on  in  a  Map  which  is  not  possible  by  making  a  full  new  map.    Google   Earth   &   Maps   solved   this   problem   by   giving   an  opportunity  to  make  your  own  map  and  to  share  that  with  the  world!  
  • Loca3on  #1  Link  Road  #1  Link  Road  #2  Loca3on  #2  
  • Go  to  Google  Maps  @  h`p://maps.google.com/  and  then  find  your  Area  Loca%on.  Log  in  with  your  Gmail  account  &  click  on  My  Maps  and  then  click  on  Create  New  Map  Bu`on.    How  and  Where?  
  • Hope  you  got  it  how  &  where  to  start.  Now  make  your  own  map.  But  actually  why  we  are  doing  this  and  how  we  can  use  this?    •  You  can  plan  your  event  &  distribute  informa3on  to  par3cipants  •  Generate   a   map   loca%ng   your   organiza%ons  branches  across  the  country  or  across  the  globe  for  anyone  to  see.  •  Map  out  your  volunteer  base  and  geographically  plan  objec3ves  for  reaching  out.  You  can  use  this  map  in  your  web  site  or  can  share  the  direct  link  of  the  map  to  your  targeted  people!  
  • How  we  mapped  Cyclone  Shelters?  When  we  heard  that  there  are  a  Database  of  all  cyclone  shelters  of   Bangladesh,   all   mappers   started   work.   But   we   faced    problems   with   GPS   loca3on   data.   Mr.   Kazi   Monirul   Kabir,  Country   Consultant   of   Bangladesh   helped   us   by   providing   all  loca3on  data  in  Binary  format  of  Chi`agong  District.  Right  aher  that,   we   mapped   the   604   Cyclone   Shelter   of   CTG   within   25.5  hours!   Our   expert   RERs   mapped   these   shelters   together   by  choosing  individual  Sub-­‐Districts  and  Unions.    It’s  a  team  work  which  made  this  possible  and  now  people  on  the  project  are  s3ll  mapping  out  cyclone  shelters  in  remaining  15  coastal  districts,  but  the  project  has  decelerated  having  no  CSID  spreadsheet  for  other  districts  shared  with  us  yet.    
  • CTG  Cyclone  Shelter  Mapping  Comple%on  Sheet  
  • A  mapped  Cyclone  Shleter  
  • I  Hope  you  will  be  interested  using  this  mapping  process  for  your  business    Best  of  Luck…..    Join  Mapping  Bangladesh  Community:  h`p://goo.gl/EPSN8    Mail  for  solu3on:  MappingDhaka@gmail.com      THE  END…  
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