Assembling Ad-Hoc TeamsFor Fun, Profit and National SecurityDaniel GreenChief Technology Officer, Wikistrat
T-10min: What We’ll Cover• What is Wikistrat?• Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams • Act I: Give Them A Mission • Act II: Keep It Inte...
Research, Consult, Edit,      Deliver ...
... Shred
Logistics Hell
Not To Mention The Cost
What do you mean, use a wiki? Can’twe just have a typewriter, my last onecame with a free secretary!                      ...
Speed, Cost, Transparency and Diversity of Opinion
PlatformData StoreEcosystem
Having people want to use your wiki is much betterthan having them need to use your wiki.     #summit12
48 Hours50 Analysts200+ Pages 3 Weeks
How To Assemble Ad-Hoc Teams
Build wiki spaces with a story: have a beginning,middle and end.     #summit12
ACT IIn The Beginning....
The Mission Briefing
ACT IIRecognize and Reward
Make It Fun• Reward Early• Reward Often• Try Not To Go Negative                           Gabe Zichermann, GSummit Chair  ...
Objects of Motivation• Status• Access• Power• Stuff
ACT IIIStructure and Support     The Mission
Wiki On, Wiki Off
ACT IV:Stories Must End(Until the Sequel)
Bonus Section:Keeping Them In The Wiki
A World of Integrations
A Wiki Network
Debriefing
Key Takeaways• Structure Your Wiki Spaces as Stories• It’s Okay to Have An Ending For Your Space• Find Ways to Reward and ...
Thank you!
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012
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  • Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams for Fun, Profit and National Security - Atlassian Summit 2012

    1. 1. Assembling Ad-Hoc TeamsFor Fun, Profit and National SecurityDaniel GreenChief Technology Officer, Wikistrat
    2. 2. T-10min: What We’ll Cover• What is Wikistrat?• Assembling Ad-Hoc Teams • Act I: Give Them A Mission • Act II: Keep It Interesting (Recognise and Reward) • Act III: Structure and Support The Mission • Act IV: Don’t Forget An Ending
    3. 3. Research, Consult, Edit, Deliver ...
    4. 4. ... Shred
    5. 5. Logistics Hell
    6. 6. Not To Mention The Cost
    7. 7. What do you mean, use a wiki? Can’twe just have a typewriter, my last onecame with a free secretary! Senior Intel Manager Unnamed Government
    8. 8. Speed, Cost, Transparency and Diversity of Opinion
    9. 9. PlatformData StoreEcosystem
    10. 10. Having people want to use your wiki is much betterthan having them need to use your wiki. #summit12
    11. 11. 48 Hours50 Analysts200+ Pages 3 Weeks
    12. 12. How To Assemble Ad-Hoc Teams
    13. 13. Build wiki spaces with a story: have a beginning,middle and end. #summit12
    14. 14. ACT IIn The Beginning....
    15. 15. The Mission Briefing
    16. 16. ACT IIRecognize and Reward
    17. 17. Make It Fun• Reward Early• Reward Often• Try Not To Go Negative Gabe Zichermann, GSummit Chair http://gamification.co
    18. 18. Objects of Motivation• Status• Access• Power• Stuff
    19. 19. ACT IIIStructure and Support The Mission
    20. 20. Wiki On, Wiki Off
    21. 21. ACT IV:Stories Must End(Until the Sequel)
    22. 22. Bonus Section:Keeping Them In The Wiki
    23. 23. A World of Integrations
    24. 24. A Wiki Network
    25. 25. Debriefing
    26. 26. Key Takeaways• Structure Your Wiki Spaces as Stories• It’s Okay to Have An Ending For Your Space• Find Ways to Reward and Recognize Your Contributors
    27. 27. Thank you!

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