How to run a successful web project

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  • How to run a successful web project

    1. 1. How to run a successfulweb projectJanus Boye | jb@jboye.com@janusboye The international community for web and intranet professionals
    2. 2. 10 years ofWeb progress
    3. 3. Buzzwords in 2002PersonalizationMobileOpen sourcePortals
    4. 4. Buzzwords in 2012Social mediaMobileEngagementAnalyticsResponsive web design
    5. 5. "Some problems cannot be solved no matter how much pizza you throw at them"
    6. 6. Why do Webprojects still fail?
    7. 7. Priorities forsuccess
    8. 8. 1) Top tasks
    9. 9. ”People don’t want adrill machine,they want a hole inthe wall” - Philip Kotler
    10. 10. Focus ontasks!
    11. 11. Digital productivity
    12. 12. 2) Differentiatestakeholders
    13. 13. Who is mostimportant=Who is loudest?
    14. 14. 3) Ask fordetails
    15. 15. “Trust, but verify”
    16. 16. ”The nice thing aboutstandards is that there are somany of them to choose from” Andrew S. Tanenbaum
    17. 17. Two (dirty)secrets
    18. 18. “Implement according to standardsplan according to your organisation”
    19. 19. “If you cut cornersyou will bleed”
    20. 20. 4) Forget aboutcontrolCoordinate !
    21. 21. 5) Frequentreleases
    22. 22. 6) The webproject managerrole
    23. 23. 1) Psychologist2) Anthropologist3) Ambassador4) Leader5) Specialist…..
    24. 24. 7) The webproject isreally…
    25. 25. 1) Organisation maturity project2) Communication project3) Marketing project4) IT project5) Business Process project6) Governance project7) Information management project…..Enjoy the impact!
    26. 26. 8) Keep going
    27. 27. “The darkest hour is before the dawn,as is the coldest”
    28. 28. 9) Avoid toomany newthings
    29. 29. 1) New technology2) New version3) New vendor4) New people5) New channels6) New features7) New campaigns8) New content9) New design…..
    30. 30. 10) Be openSharing is caring!
    31. 31. 1) Share planning and progressopenly2) Share issues and risks3) Share success stories andlessons learned4) What’s the migration plan?5) The difficult customer is ataboo
    32. 32. The international community for web and intranet professionals Good luck!Join our LinkedIn Group with 1,200+ practitioners Contact: Janus Boye jb@jboye.com

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