Exploding the Barriers to Social Computing
Your Host
               Stuart McIntyre

Technical Director, Collaboration Matters

          Connections Specialist


  ...
What is Connectr?
Interactivity is good!




Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
We’re here to make the
 right Connections...
Primary
   social
networking           Lotus Connections v1 (ventura)
    sites              Announce Jan, Ship June 28


...
100m users
 (Aug 08)




                 Lotus Connections v2
              Announced Jan, Shipped June


             20...
Twitter Growth
75% of all users created profiles in 2009
         (Sysomos, July 2009)




                               ...
2010?




Image: http://www.redstrawberries.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/crystal-ball.jpg
The web has become social


            Home                                          E-                        Social
   ...
Source: http://www.refinedgeek.com/twitter.jpg
So why Social Software for Business?
Connecting & Sharing in a business context




So why Social Software for Business?
Connecting & Sharing in a business context

                                            Become
 Find and                  ...
Knowledge must flow... and
               be captured in the flow
Image: http://concisecomputing.net/dh2/Images/Maine/Wate...
“Email is where
                                                             knowledge goes to die”
                      ...
“Email is where
                                                             knowledge goes to die”
                      ...
The Challenges
Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
Cultural Inertia
!
                        The largest enemy of change and
                        leadership isn't a !"#$%&It's a !"#'&
  ...
The IT Department




Image: http://www.crystalitsmallbiz.com/services/IMG_0360.JPG
People
                                                                                      don’t give
                  ...
Any other challenges
                          you face?
Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerp...
Breakthroughs?
Change the
Terminology
Go for the low hanging fruit
Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
Make a splash
Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
Who knows what?
                Anything new?
                                                  How to share?

   How to c...
Any others?
Profiles




                Wikis
                                   Bookmarks




                                      ...
Profiles
“Employee
Phonebook”?
Activities




Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
“Shared Task
Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
                         ...
Blog




Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
“Creating and Broadcasting
                                     in a business context”?




Image: http://www.slideshare.n...
Communities




Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
“Self-selecting, self-
                                                                managing groups with a
            ...
Bookmarks
“Shared Research Repository”?
Files
“Flexible, Adhoc
Document Storage”?
Wikis
“Organic, Dynamic
Document Creation”?
!
                                   But in truth, social software
                                   !"#$%&'()**+&),-.%&%...
Tips for the business folks


                      Embrace the ideas, principles
                    and practices from t...
Tips for the IT folks


                                                Embrace Lotus Connections
                        ...
My Approach
      Think big, start small

  Measure, measure, measure

         Don’t predict

                         Th...
!
    The largest enemy of change and
    leadership isn't a !"#$%&It's a !"#'&
    yet!()*+",-&almost never fails
    bec...
What was the
Connection?
Built on a plug of
 extinct Volcano

           What was the
           Connection?
Half Moon
                      Battery
Built on a plug of
 extinct Volcano

           What was the
           Connection?
Half Moon   One o’Clock
                      Battery       Gun
Built on a plug of
 extinct Volcano

           What was t...
Edinburgh Castle



                      Half Moon   One o’Clock
                       Battery       Gun
Built on a plug...
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Connectr8 - Exploding The Barriers To Social Computing (UKLUG 2009)

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My presentation to the UK Lotus User Group (UKLUG) in Edinburgh, 8 October 2009.

Aimed at relative newcomers to Enterprise 2.0 and Social Software, I spoke about the reasons why social computing is important, some of the challenges to gaining investment in the tools and driving adoption, and how to break through these barriers.

I try to make my presentations very visual, so these slides may not make a huge amount of sense on their own, so if you need any additional information, please get in touch!

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  • Edinburgh Castle

    The castle stands up on the plug of an extinct volcano, which is estimated to have risen some 350 million years ago, during the lower Carboniferous period. The Castle Rock is the remains of a volcanic pipe, which cut through the surrounding sedimentary rock, before cooling to form very hard dolerite, a type of basalt. Subsequent glacial erosion was resisted by the dolerite, which protected the softer rock to the east, leaving a crag and tail formation.[3]

    The One O'Clock Gun is a time signal, and is fired every day, except Sunday, at precisely 13:00. The gun was established in 1861, as a time signal for ships in the Firth of Forth, and complemented the time ball, which was installed on Nelson's Monument in 1852, but which was useless during foggy weather. The gun could easily be heard by ships in Leith Harbour, 2 miles (3.2 km) away. Because sound travels relatively slowly (approximately 343 metres per second (770 mph)), maps were produced in the 1860s to show the actual time when the sound of the gun was heard at various locations in Edinburgh.[92]

    The original gun was an 18-pound muzzle loading cannon, which needed four men to load, and was fired from the Half Moon Battery. This was replaced in 1913 by a 32-pound breech loader, and in May 1952 by a 25-pound Howitzer.[93] The present One O'Clock Gun is a L118 Light Gun, brought into service on 30 November 2001.[94]

    The Half Moon Battery, which remains a prominent feature on the east side of the Castle, was built as part of the reconstruction works supervised by the Regent Morton, and was erected between 1573 and 1588.[78] The Forewall to the north was built between 1689 and 1695, to link the Half Moon to the Portcullis Tower, although part of the original wall of 1540 was incorporated into it.[78]

    The Half Moon Battery was built around and over the ruins of David's Tower, two storeys of which survive underneath the Battery, with windows facing out onto the interior wall of the Battery. Several rooms are accessible to the public, although the lower (ground floor) elements are generally closed. David's Tower was built on an L-plan, the main block being 15.4 by 11.6 metres (51 ft × 38 ft), with a wing measuring 6.3 by 5.6 metres (21 ft × 18 ft) to the west.[78] The entrance was in the inner angle, although this was later filled in to make the tower a solid rectangle. Outside the tower, but within the Battery, is a three-story room, where large portions of the exterior wall are still visible. The walls of these sections are pitted with holes, where chunks of stone were removed to provide nesting places for pigeons, for consumption during the winter months.
  • http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=download&id=1223674
  • Connections debuted at Lotusphere 2007 - Ventura
    Announced in June, shipped June 28th, 3 days early!
    Fastest selling Lotus product ever
  • Quote coined by Bill French back in April 2003
  • Cultural inertia
    IT
    “I don’t do Facebook”
    “They’ll waste their time”
    “They’ll tell management what they really think”
  • http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=download&id=1091960
  • Are you and I the block?
    Scared?
    Worried about all those controls we’ve added?
    What might people do with these tools?
    Why didn’t we suggest them?
  • Cultural inertia
    IT
    “I don’t do Facebook”
    “They’ll waste their time”
    “They’ll tell management what they really think”
  • Change the terminology - avoid jargon - keep it business-focused
    Take the easy pickings - low-hanging fruit
    Phonebook
    File-sharing

    “If HP knew what HP knows, we would be three times as profitable.
    Lewis E Platt, former CEO of HP”

    How did UKLUG happen? Its just a typical example of collaborative knowledge work...
  • Use social technology to make a flagship event happen, publishing a paper, releasing a product, organising an event
    No better demonstration of value
    Warren, Kitty, Matt W, Paul Mooney, Julian Woodward, Darren Adams
  • Change the terminology - avoid jargon - keep it business-focused
    Take the easy pickings - low-hanging fruit
    Phonebook
    File-sharing

    “If HP knew what HP knows, we would be three times as profitable.
    Lewis E Platt, former CEO of HP”

    How did UKLUG happen? Its just a typical example of collaborative knowledge work...
  • Show Connections name, then ask what else it could be called, sold as?
    Then show Employee Phonebook
    Talk about what can be taken out, what can be added in
    Can be focus or starting point, resource or focal point
  • Show Connections name, then ask what else it could be called, sold as?
    Then show Employee Phonebook
    Talk about what can be taken out, what can be added in
    Can be focus or starting point, resource or focal point
  • All creators in this digital knowledge-based world
  • All creators in this digital knowledge-based world
  • From powerpoint
  • From powerpoint
  • From powerpoint
  • From powerpoint
  • Picture of a bookmark
  • Picture of a bookmark
  • Photo: http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=download&id=613681
  • Photo: http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=download&id=613681
  • http://www.sxc.hu/photo/966154
  • http://www.sxc.hu/photo/966154
  • Edinburgh Castle

    The castle stands up on the plug of an extinct volcano, which is estimated to have risen some 350 million years ago, during the lower Carboniferous period. The Castle Rock is the remains of a volcanic pipe, which cut through the surrounding sedimentary rock, before cooling to form very hard dolerite, a type of basalt. Subsequent glacial erosion was resisted by the dolerite, which protected the softer rock to the east, leaving a crag and tail formation.[3]

    The One O'Clock Gun is a time signal, and is fired every day, except Sunday, at precisely 13:00. The gun was established in 1861, as a time signal for ships in the Firth of Forth, and complemented the time ball, which was installed on Nelson's Monument in 1852, but which was useless during foggy weather. The gun could easily be heard by ships in Leith Harbour, 2 miles (3.2 km) away. Because sound travels relatively slowly (approximately 343 metres per second (770 mph)), maps were produced in the 1860s to show the actual time when the sound of the gun was heard at various locations in Edinburgh.[92]

    The original gun was an 18-pound muzzle loading cannon, which needed four men to load, and was fired from the Half Moon Battery. This was replaced in 1913 by a 32-pound breech loader, and in May 1952 by a 25-pound Howitzer.[93] The present One O'Clock Gun is a L118 Light Gun, brought into service on 30 November 2001.[94]

    The Half Moon Battery, which remains a prominent feature on the east side of the Castle, was built as part of the reconstruction works supervised by the Regent Morton, and was erected between 1573 and 1588.[78] The Forewall to the north was built between 1689 and 1695, to link the Half Moon to the Portcullis Tower, although part of the original wall of 1540 was incorporated into it.[78]

    The Half Moon Battery was built around and over the ruins of David's Tower, two storeys of which survive underneath the Battery, with windows facing out onto the interior wall of the Battery. Several rooms are accessible to the public, although the lower (ground floor) elements are generally closed. David's Tower was built on an L-plan, the main block being 15.4 by 11.6 metres (51 ft × 38 ft), with a wing measuring 6.3 by 5.6 metres (21 ft × 18 ft) to the west.[78] The entrance was in the inner angle, although this was later filled in to make the tower a solid rectangle. Outside the tower, but within the Battery, is a three-story room, where large portions of the exterior wall are still visible. The walls of these sections are pitted with holes, where chunks of stone were removed to provide nesting places for pigeons, for consumption during the winter months.
  • Edinburgh Castle

    The castle stands up on the plug of an extinct volcano, which is estimated to have risen some 350 million years ago, during the lower Carboniferous period. The Castle Rock is the remains of a volcanic pipe, which cut through the surrounding sedimentary rock, before cooling to form very hard dolerite, a type of basalt. Subsequent glacial erosion was resisted by the dolerite, which protected the softer rock to the east, leaving a crag and tail formation.[3]

    The One O'Clock Gun is a time signal, and is fired every day, except Sunday, at precisely 13:00. The gun was established in 1861, as a time signal for ships in the Firth of Forth, and complemented the time ball, which was installed on Nelson's Monument in 1852, but which was useless during foggy weather. The gun could easily be heard by ships in Leith Harbour, 2 miles (3.2 km) away. Because sound travels relatively slowly (approximately 343 metres per second (770 mph)), maps were produced in the 1860s to show the actual time when the sound of the gun was heard at various locations in Edinburgh.[92]

    The original gun was an 18-pound muzzle loading cannon, which needed four men to load, and was fired from the Half Moon Battery. This was replaced in 1913 by a 32-pound breech loader, and in May 1952 by a 25-pound Howitzer.[93] The present One O'Clock Gun is a L118 Light Gun, brought into service on 30 November 2001.[94]

    The Half Moon Battery, which remains a prominent feature on the east side of the Castle, was built as part of the reconstruction works supervised by the Regent Morton, and was erected between 1573 and 1588.[78] The Forewall to the north was built between 1689 and 1695, to link the Half Moon to the Portcullis Tower, although part of the original wall of 1540 was incorporated into it.[78]

    The Half Moon Battery was built around and over the ruins of David's Tower, two storeys of which survive underneath the Battery, with windows facing out onto the interior wall of the Battery. Several rooms are accessible to the public, although the lower (ground floor) elements are generally closed. David's Tower was built on an L-plan, the main block being 15.4 by 11.6 metres (51 ft × 38 ft), with a wing measuring 6.3 by 5.6 metres (21 ft × 18 ft) to the west.[78] The entrance was in the inner angle, although this was later filled in to make the tower a solid rectangle. Outside the tower, but within the Battery, is a three-story room, where large portions of the exterior wall are still visible. The walls of these sections are pitted with holes, where chunks of stone were removed to provide nesting places for pigeons, for consumption during the winter months.
  • Edinburgh Castle

    The castle stands up on the plug of an extinct volcano, which is estimated to have risen some 350 million years ago, during the lower Carboniferous period. The Castle Rock is the remains of a volcanic pipe, which cut through the surrounding sedimentary rock, before cooling to form very hard dolerite, a type of basalt. Subsequent glacial erosion was resisted by the dolerite, which protected the softer rock to the east, leaving a crag and tail formation.[3]

    The One O'Clock Gun is a time signal, and is fired every day, except Sunday, at precisely 13:00. The gun was established in 1861, as a time signal for ships in the Firth of Forth, and complemented the time ball, which was installed on Nelson's Monument in 1852, but which was useless during foggy weather. The gun could easily be heard by ships in Leith Harbour, 2 miles (3.2 km) away. Because sound travels relatively slowly (approximately 343 metres per second (770 mph)), maps were produced in the 1860s to show the actual time when the sound of the gun was heard at various locations in Edinburgh.[92]

    The original gun was an 18-pound muzzle loading cannon, which needed four men to load, and was fired from the Half Moon Battery. This was replaced in 1913 by a 32-pound breech loader, and in May 1952 by a 25-pound Howitzer.[93] The present One O'Clock Gun is a L118 Light Gun, brought into service on 30 November 2001.[94]

    The Half Moon Battery, which remains a prominent feature on the east side of the Castle, was built as part of the reconstruction works supervised by the Regent Morton, and was erected between 1573 and 1588.[78] The Forewall to the north was built between 1689 and 1695, to link the Half Moon to the Portcullis Tower, although part of the original wall of 1540 was incorporated into it.[78]

    The Half Moon Battery was built around and over the ruins of David's Tower, two storeys of which survive underneath the Battery, with windows facing out onto the interior wall of the Battery. Several rooms are accessible to the public, although the lower (ground floor) elements are generally closed. David's Tower was built on an L-plan, the main block being 15.4 by 11.6 metres (51 ft × 38 ft), with a wing measuring 6.3 by 5.6 metres (21 ft × 18 ft) to the west.[78] The entrance was in the inner angle, although this was later filled in to make the tower a solid rectangle. Outside the tower, but within the Battery, is a three-story room, where large portions of the exterior wall are still visible. The walls of these sections are pitted with holes, where chunks of stone were removed to provide nesting places for pigeons, for consumption during the winter months.
  • Edinburgh Castle

    The castle stands up on the plug of an extinct volcano, which is estimated to have risen some 350 million years ago, during the lower Carboniferous period. The Castle Rock is the remains of a volcanic pipe, which cut through the surrounding sedimentary rock, before cooling to form very hard dolerite, a type of basalt. Subsequent glacial erosion was resisted by the dolerite, which protected the softer rock to the east, leaving a crag and tail formation.[3]

    The One O'Clock Gun is a time signal, and is fired every day, except Sunday, at precisely 13:00. The gun was established in 1861, as a time signal for ships in the Firth of Forth, and complemented the time ball, which was installed on Nelson's Monument in 1852, but which was useless during foggy weather. The gun could easily be heard by ships in Leith Harbour, 2 miles (3.2 km) away. Because sound travels relatively slowly (approximately 343 metres per second (770 mph)), maps were produced in the 1860s to show the actual time when the sound of the gun was heard at various locations in Edinburgh.[92]

    The original gun was an 18-pound muzzle loading cannon, which needed four men to load, and was fired from the Half Moon Battery. This was replaced in 1913 by a 32-pound breech loader, and in May 1952 by a 25-pound Howitzer.[93] The present One O'Clock Gun is a L118 Light Gun, brought into service on 30 November 2001.[94]

    The Half Moon Battery, which remains a prominent feature on the east side of the Castle, was built as part of the reconstruction works supervised by the Regent Morton, and was erected between 1573 and 1588.[78] The Forewall to the north was built between 1689 and 1695, to link the Half Moon to the Portcullis Tower, although part of the original wall of 1540 was incorporated into it.[78]

    The Half Moon Battery was built around and over the ruins of David's Tower, two storeys of which survive underneath the Battery, with windows facing out onto the interior wall of the Battery. Several rooms are accessible to the public, although the lower (ground floor) elements are generally closed. David's Tower was built on an L-plan, the main block being 15.4 by 11.6 metres (51 ft × 38 ft), with a wing measuring 6.3 by 5.6 metres (21 ft × 18 ft) to the west.[78] The entrance was in the inner angle, although this was later filled in to make the tower a solid rectangle. Outside the tower, but within the Battery, is a three-story room, where large portions of the exterior wall are still visible. The walls of these sections are pitted with holes, where chunks of stone were removed to provide nesting places for pigeons, for consumption during the winter months.
  • Edinburgh Castle

    The castle stands up on the plug of an extinct volcano, which is estimated to have risen some 350 million years ago, during the lower Carboniferous period. The Castle Rock is the remains of a volcanic pipe, which cut through the surrounding sedimentary rock, before cooling to form very hard dolerite, a type of basalt. Subsequent glacial erosion was resisted by the dolerite, which protected the softer rock to the east, leaving a crag and tail formation.[3]

    The One O'Clock Gun is a time signal, and is fired every day, except Sunday, at precisely 13:00. The gun was established in 1861, as a time signal for ships in the Firth of Forth, and complemented the time ball, which was installed on Nelson's Monument in 1852, but which was useless during foggy weather. The gun could easily be heard by ships in Leith Harbour, 2 miles (3.2 km) away. Because sound travels relatively slowly (approximately 343 metres per second (770 mph)), maps were produced in the 1860s to show the actual time when the sound of the gun was heard at various locations in Edinburgh.[92]

    The original gun was an 18-pound muzzle loading cannon, which needed four men to load, and was fired from the Half Moon Battery. This was replaced in 1913 by a 32-pound breech loader, and in May 1952 by a 25-pound Howitzer.[93] The present One O'Clock Gun is a L118 Light Gun, brought into service on 30 November 2001.[94]

    The Half Moon Battery, which remains a prominent feature on the east side of the Castle, was built as part of the reconstruction works supervised by the Regent Morton, and was erected between 1573 and 1588.[78] The Forewall to the north was built between 1689 and 1695, to link the Half Moon to the Portcullis Tower, although part of the original wall of 1540 was incorporated into it.[78]

    The Half Moon Battery was built around and over the ruins of David's Tower, two storeys of which survive underneath the Battery, with windows facing out onto the interior wall of the Battery. Several rooms are accessible to the public, although the lower (ground floor) elements are generally closed. David's Tower was built on an L-plan, the main block being 15.4 by 11.6 metres (51 ft × 38 ft), with a wing measuring 6.3 by 5.6 metres (21 ft × 18 ft) to the west.[78] The entrance was in the inner angle, although this was later filled in to make the tower a solid rectangle. Outside the tower, but within the Battery, is a three-story room, where large portions of the exterior wall are still visible. The walls of these sections are pitted with holes, where chunks of stone were removed to provide nesting places for pigeons, for consumption during the winter months.
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  • Connectr8 - Exploding The Barriers To Social Computing (UKLUG 2009)

    1. 1. Exploding the Barriers to Social Computing
    2. 2. Your Host Stuart McIntyre Technical Director, Collaboration Matters Connections Specialist blog.collaborationmatters.com stuartmcintyre lotusconnectionsblog.com stuartmcintyre quickrblog.com mcintyre lotusliveblog.com stuart@collaborationmatters.com lotusphereblog.com
    3. 3. What is Connectr?
    4. 4. Interactivity is good! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    5. 5. We’re here to make the right Connections...
    6. 6. Primary social networking Lotus Connections v1 (ventura) sites Announce Jan, Ship June 28 80m 20m users (Apr 07) 2007
    7. 7. 100m users (Aug 08) Lotus Connections v2 Announced Jan, Shipped June 2008
    8. 8. Twitter Growth 75% of all users created profiles in 2009 (Sysomos, July 2009) Lotus Connections v2.5 Announced Jan, Shipped September 2009
    9. 9. 2010? Image: http://www.redstrawberries.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/crystal-ball.jpg
    10. 10. The web has become social Home E- Social pages commerce Media 1.0 One-way & static 1.X Dynamic & interactive 2.0 Two-way & social E-mail Dynamic Websites Blogs Social Software Static Websites Portals Wikis Discussion forums Communities RSS Instant Messaging Agents Mashups Chat Rooms Video Conferencing Pod- & webcasts Web services Social Networks Collaborative filtering Social Bookmarking VOIP Folksonomies Social search Micro-blogging Video sharing !"#$%&'()%&*+, Source: http://www.slideshare.net/marknadsstod/getting-real-about-enterprise-20
    11. 11. Source: http://www.refinedgeek.com/twitter.jpg
    12. 12. So why Social Software for Business?
    13. 13. Connecting & Sharing in a business context So why Social Software for Business?
    14. 14. Connecting & Sharing in a business context Become Find and aware of connect what others with people are doing across boundaries Rapidly Tap into the share and knowledge find ideas, of your experiences network and knowledge So why Social Software for Business?
    15. 15. Knowledge must flow... and be captured in the flow Image: http://concisecomputing.net/dh2/Images/Maine/WaterFlowBIG.jpg
    16. 16. “Email is where knowledge goes to die” Bill French Source: http://bfrench.info/public/item/5994 (April, 2003)
    17. 17. “Email is where knowledge goes to die” Bill French Sorry, Ed! Source: http://bfrench.info/public/item/5994 (April, 2003)
    18. 18. The Challenges Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    19. 19. Cultural Inertia
    20. 20. ! The largest enemy of change and leadership isn't a !"#$%&It's a !"#'& yet!()*+",-&almost never fails because it's too early. It almost " always fails because it's too late. Seth Godin, Author Source: http://www.slideshare.net/marknadsstod/getting-real-about-enterprise-20
    21. 21. The IT Department Image: http://www.crystalitsmallbiz.com/services/IMG_0360.JPG
    22. 22. People don’t give away their knowledge unless they feel they get something in return, if only it is to be seen. Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    23. 23. Any other challenges you face? Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    24. 24. Breakthroughs?
    25. 25. Change the Terminology
    26. 26. Go for the low hanging fruit Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    27. 27. Make a splash Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    28. 28. Who knows what? Anything new? How to share? How to collaborate? When to contribute? Where to find stuff?
    29. 29. Any others?
    30. 30. Profiles Wikis Bookmarks Communities Blogs Activities Homepage Files Lotus Connections 2.5
    31. 31. Profiles
    32. 32. “Employee Phonebook”?
    33. 33. Activities Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    34. 34. “Shared Task Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations Management”?
    35. 35. Blog Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    36. 36. “Creating and Broadcasting in a business context”? Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    37. 37. Communities Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    38. 38. “Self-selecting, self- managing groups with a common interest”? Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    39. 39. Bookmarks
    40. 40. “Shared Research Repository”?
    41. 41. Files
    42. 42. “Flexible, Adhoc Document Storage”?
    43. 43. Wikis
    44. 44. “Organic, Dynamic Document Creation”?
    45. 45. ! But in truth, social software !"#$%&'()**+&),-.%&%/(&%--*"0& 1%$"&),-.%&2/)%&%/(&%--*"&*(%& users do and the business " problems the tools address. Jakob Nielsen, Usability Guru Source: http://www.slideshare.net/marknadsstod/getting-real-about-enterprise-20
    46. 46. Tips for the business folks Embrace the ideas, principles and practices from the Social web Seek the low hanging fruit Avoid the jargon Empower your knowledge workers Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    47. 47. Tips for the IT folks Embrace Lotus Connections as a platform Start helping the organisation in its Enterprise 2.0 transformation Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
    48. 48. My Approach Think big, start small Measure, measure, measure Don’t predict The process Find the fastest routes to value Direction Win over the evangelists, mavens
    49. 49. ! The largest enemy of change and leadership isn't a !"#$%&It's a !"#'& yet!()*+",-&almost never fails because it's too early. It almost " always fails because it's too late. Seth Godin, Author Act now!
    50. 50. What was the Connection?
    51. 51. Built on a plug of extinct Volcano What was the Connection?
    52. 52. Half Moon Battery Built on a plug of extinct Volcano What was the Connection?
    53. 53. Half Moon One o’Clock Battery Gun Built on a plug of extinct Volcano What was the Connection?
    54. 54. Edinburgh Castle Half Moon One o’Clock Battery Gun Built on a plug of extinct Volcano What was the Connection?
    55. 55. Thank You!

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