11. Social Progressions• Sparks: Ideas shared• Campﬁre: Gathering of others with interests• Bonﬁre: Broader interest gathering• Torch: Honing for broad use & replication
12. Comfortable Spaces withPermeable Walls
13. The 4 rings of enterprise social tools
14. Enterprise Social Tool:Components for Success Tools
15. Enterprise Social Tool:Components for Success Capabilities Tools Interface / Ease of Use
16. Enterprise Social Tool: Components for Success Capabilities Tools Interface / Ease of Use Intelligence &Business Needs Sociality
17. Spheres of Sociality Everyone Collective Selective Personal
18. Enterprise Social Tool: Components for Success Capabilities Tools Interface / Ease of Use Intelligence & Expand Use &Business Needs Increase ROI Encouraging Sociality Use Social Comfort
19. Where SharePoint 2010has strength for social
20. SharePoint is a toolkit with“some” assembly required
21. Already used, which removes anotherdisconnected service
22. Platform, tool, andinterface where other work is being done.
23. Solid identity and formal relationship platform
24. Information Across Horizontals Div 1 Div 2 Div 3 Div 4 Packaging Logistics Marketing
25. Solid dataunderpinnings
26. Do your SharePoint developersknow all they need to deploy anoptimal social intranet solution?
27. Do they have depth understanding socialinteraction, or are theysocial tool “clickspert”
28. SharePoint Social Developer Needs• Deep SharePoint knowledge• Interaction design strength• Depth in complicated and complex social interactions• Social interaction design
29. Scaling and Functionality D A - Personal Use B - Serendipity CPeople Participating C - Mature Social Tool B D - Complex Social System A Actions InfoCloud Solutions, Inc. - 2011
30. Social Interaction Design• Simple communication patterns and progressions• Different design patterns to optimize use for social activity types• Optimizing for use (how to get unstuck with long term beneﬁts)• Understanding when it is the tool, interface, and/or sociality (or culture) and how to think through it to solve
31. Closer to Real Growth Curve
32. Build or buy a social intranet solution as a best ﬁt for SharePoint 2010
33. Key Questions...
34. SharePoint experienced developer with time?
35. Do you have developers& designers with social software development experience?
36. Abilities to modifySharePoint to customize deeply if needed?
37. Are the social tools the developers priority?
38. If one or more “no”answers, it could be well worth it to consider options
40. General Advantages• Advantages: • Quick up and running social tools • Optimizing more difﬁcult elements is done • Continual iterations and improvements
41. Built On Top of SP 2010• Advantages: •Data (metadata) integrated tightly with SharePoint (bonus for search) •Tight integration with SharePoint strengths •One common platform
42. Built On Top of SP 2010• Disadvantages: • Can be limited to data and interface options (5 star ratings) • Waiting for improvements on top of SharePoint • 3rd party software focussed administrator / developer needed
43. Built On Top of SP 2010• Newsgator• Telligent
44. SharePoint Plug-ins• Advantages: •Iterations and innovations at its own pace •Quick cycle to get up and running •Getting best tools to ﬁt your problems and culture •Heavy focus on social interactions •Often many years developing and iterating •Often embracing complicated and complex needs
45. SharePoint Plug-ins• Disadvantages: • Lack of perfect integration with SharePoint • Need additional admin or developer skills • Data / metadata stored outside SharePoint (search and aggregation implications) • Can be lag time to update when MS iterates SharePoint
46. SP 2010 Plug-in• Jive• Socialtext• Traction• Socialcast (activity stream and communication platform)• Many more...
47. Mange Tak!
48. URL: http://infocloudsolutions.comE-mail: email@example.comAIM: vanderwalSkype: tjvanderwalTwitter: @vanderwal or @infocloud InfoCloud Solutions, Inc. - 2011