Squiz IUC 2010 - Dunedin City Council - Collaboration

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Squiz IUC 2010 - Dunedin City Council - Collaboration

  1. 1. COLLABORATION from mission impossible to mission accomplished. accomplished </almost> sean lee, kyle chadwick | dunedin city council
  2. 2. >> population: +/- 123,000 >> imports: students, tourists >> exports: cadbury chocolate,
  3. 3. COLLABORATION >> the people >> the tools >> the process >> the impediments >> the supports >> the solutions >> th achievements the hi t
  4. 4. the people >> the webteam >> the designers >> the developers >> the techies >> the management >> the customers >> th commidiots* the idi t *
  5. 5. the tools >> mysource matrix >> dataworks >> pathway apps >> webmap arcGIS >> ibis booking >> informix cms (intranet)
  6. 6. the process
  7. 7. the impediments >> see point 1. the people >> see point 2. the tools >> see point 3. the process
  8. 8. the supports >> customers >> leadership >> squizlers
  9. 9. the solutions >> pick the right customers >> innovative with tools given >> use support hours >> show & tell x10 >> apply lean method >> one step ahead >> seek f k forgiveness, not permission i t i i
  10. 10. the works >> student housing >> dunedin city council >> dunedin public libraries
  11. 11. the achievements >> products delivered >> relationship built >> happy customers
  12. 12. keep in touch >> web: www.dunedin.govt.nz >> phone: +64 3 477 4000 >> email: webmaster@dcc.govt.nz >> drop in: dunedin city council, dunedin - new zealand >> ask the squizzlers at squiz nz
  13. 13. “Commidiot” a committee member who has no idea what is going on in front of them but feels they have to say something of importance to justify their presence in the room room. Quoted from Speider Schneider’s blog: “Why Design By Committee Should Die” – Smashing Magazine. Why Die

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