Out of mail Experiment
Out of mail
Why?
What?
How?
Analysis
Conclusion
Lessons learned
Mail is a problem
Create change
Curiosity
Why?
Resistans to change
Resistans to share
Fear
Itwillnotwork!
Change
CEO
Leadership
Courage
Passion
Trust
Goal
Employees
Creativity
Experience
Persistence
Engagement
Reversementoring
Trends
1.Employee
2.Innovation
3.Customers
Inspiration
Where good
ideas come
from
Hunch
Steven Johnson
Twoideas
Active
Non-active
Silos
80/20
Salary
Ad-hoc
Customers
Whendowe
needmail?
Re: Re:
Re: Re: Re:
Re: Re: Re: Re:
One sent mail…
…generates another
What?
Policy
Competition
New Year
resolution
Internal/External
Ok to CC internally
Every recipient counts
Rules
Calendar
Connections
Exclude
Whathappened?
Confusion
When I send a mail
When I post an
update
Responsibility
Many mails
Notifications…
Noice reductionModify your network
Analysis
Collaboration
or interruption
11338 mails
5787 unique
Changeandqty
VP
Consulting
IT
Team-
leaders
To(o) many
283 mail > 5 recipients
Generating 3284 mails
(29 %)
91 mail > 10 recipients
Generating 1928 mail
(17 %)
Interruption
E-mails sent
86 % decreased
20 / 80
40 % decrease
Conclusion
Thelastmile
Knowledge platform
Technical
platform
Form a
new structure
Change
will
remain
No !
Would you
recommend this
approach to a
customer?
Lessons
learned
Tell me why
Form the networks
Analyze
communication
Random
Wikipedia
Who do you want to
sit with?
Who do you play
with?
In school
At work
Who do you want in your project?
Who do you want to travel with?
List
Popular
Not so popular
Atlas?
Lesmiserables
Lesmiserables
Sociogram
Lessons
learned
Tell me why
Form the networks
Analyze
communication
Remember
I can
eliminate
40 mail
per day
Magnus Fasth
http://statusraden.se
@lyckan7
Uppsala, Sweden
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We should really tell the customer to turn internal e-mail off but we can’t really do that!This was one of the main points when discussing a successful implementation of IBM Connections. Giving it some thought we realized that WE can shut down internal e-mail. We can set an example. We can prove it’s possible.On Jan 1st, 2013 we banned internal e-mail. This is what happened.

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  1. 1. Out of mail Experiment
  2. 2. Out of mail Why? What? How? Analysis Conclusion Lessons learned
  3. 3. Mail is a problem Create change Curiosity Why?
  4. 4. Resistans to change Resistans to share Fear Itwillnotwork!
  5. 5. Change CEO
  6. 6. Leadership Courage Passion Trust Goal
  7. 7. Employees Creativity Experience Persistence Engagement
  8. 8. Reversementoring
  9. 9. Trends
  10. 10. 1.Employee
  11. 11. 2.Innovation
  12. 12. 3.Customers
  13. 13. Inspiration
  14. 14. Where good ideas come from Hunch Steven Johnson
  15. 15. Twoideas
  16. 16. Active Non-active Silos 80/20
  17. 17. Salary Ad-hoc Customers Whendowe needmail?
  18. 18. Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: One sent mail… …generates another
  19. 19. What? Policy Competition New Year resolution
  20. 20. Internal/External
  21. 21. Ok to CC internally Every recipient counts Rules
  22. 22. Calendar Connections Exclude
  23. 23. Whathappened?
  24. 24. Confusion
  25. 25. When I send a mail When I post an update Responsibility
  26. 26. Many mails Notifications…
  27. 27. Noice reductionModify your network
  28. 28. Analysis
  29. 29. Collaboration or interruption
  30. 30. 11338 mails 5787 unique
  31. 31. Changeandqty VP Consulting IT Team- leaders
  32. 32. To(o) many 283 mail > 5 recipients Generating 3284 mails (29 %) 91 mail > 10 recipients Generating 1928 mail (17 %)
  33. 33. Interruption E-mails sent
  34. 34. 86 % decreased 20 / 80 40 % decrease Conclusion
  35. 35. Thelastmile
  36. 36. Knowledge platform Technical platform
  37. 37. Form a new structure Change will remain
  38. 38. No ! Would you recommend this approach to a customer?
  39. 39. Lessons learned Tell me why Form the networks Analyze communication
  40. 40. Random Wikipedia
  41. 41. Who do you want to sit with? Who do you play with? In school
  42. 42. At work Who do you want in your project? Who do you want to travel with?
  43. 43. List Popular Not so popular
  44. 44. Atlas? Lesmiserables
  45. 45. Lesmiserables
  46. 46. Sociogram
  47. 47. Lessons learned Tell me why Form the networks Analyze communication
  48. 48. Remember I can eliminate 40 mail per day
  49. 49. Magnus Fasth http://statusraden.se @lyckan7 Uppsala, Sweden Questions
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