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SharePoint Evolution 2013 - BUS611 - New ways of working with Office365 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The new world of work & Office365– How will it effect you?BUS611Ant Clay
  • 2. Get it here: (Discount code: ‘SPEvo13_Rocks!’)http://bit.ly/SPGovManifesto
  • 3. A NEW WAY OF WORKINGHOWOFFICE365SUPPORTS ANEW WAY OFWORKINGHOW WE SHOULD DELIVERTECHNOLOGY PROJECTS IN THISNEW WAY OF WORKINGWELCOME
  • 4. what has changed
  • 5. work is broken
  • 6. more productive @home
  • 7. collaborate @Starbucks
  • 8. are we really?
  • 9. www.TheAnywhereOrganisation.com
  • 10. www.BusinessReimagined.org
  • 11. people
  • 12. workplace
  • 13. technology
  • 14. why is this relevant to you?
  • 15. most work isn’t in factories
  • 16. 9 – 5 doesn’t exist anymore
  • 17. orgs have changed
  • 18. “Hyperlinkssubverthierarchies”from the “Cluetrain Manifesto”
  • 19. economic pressures
  • 20. cultural shifts
  • 21. physical constraints
  • 22. a need to innovate
  • 23. “Open Innovation isfundamentally about operatingin a world of abundantknowledge…”
  • 24. “…not all the smart people workfor you, so you better go findthem, connect to them, andbuild upon what they can do”Henry Chesbrough, UC Berkeley
  • 25. where doesfit in all this?
  • 26. cloud-based
  • 27. (nearly) always on!http://www.flickr.com/photos/freefoto/4635123089/sizes/o/in/photostream/
  • 28. not your infrastructurefocus on your business
  • 29. reduce the bottom line
  • 30. reduce training needs
  • 31. look outside head office
  • 32. dont go to work, do work
  • 33. dont go to work, do work
  • 34. dont go to work, do work
  • 35. dont go to work, do work
  • 36. technology is just an enabler
  • 37. A Note of Caution
  • 38. Measurement
  • 39. Technology projectsare People projects
  • 40. ..but not as squishy as B.O.B
  • 41. Measurement fact“Not everything that can be countedcounts, and not everything that countscan be counted.”
  • 42. Measure… what?
  • 43. Reductionin emailWork / LifeBalance
  • 44. Up & to the right = #WIN ?
  • 45. Innovation accounting
  • 46. Beware of vanity metrics
  • 47. Innovation accounting
  • 48. Validated Learning
  • 49. Tools to measure complexity
  • 50. Quantitative & Qualitative
  • 51. End-users
  • 52. Technology metrics
  • 53. Goal alignment
  • 54. Gut feel
  • 55. The Five Why’s?
  • 56. Listen Stories
  • 57. Collaborative play
  • 58. New ways of workingComplexityChange project focusDon’t focus on the techMeasure progress to vision
  • 59. Any questions
  • 60. Get it here: (Discount code: ‘SPEvo13_Rocks!’)http://bit.ly/SPGovManifesto
  • 61. Thank you for attending…You all rock!