Web 2.0 For Labor

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Slides from a presentation for Department of Labor...while much of the content is similar, I'd like to point out slide #6 which gives a graphical represenation of "Gov 2.0" as it is tied to organizational mission and objectives.

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Web 2.0 For Labor

  1. 1. Government 2.0: Get It or Get Left Behind Department of Labor July 25, 2009 Andrew Krzmarzick Senior Project Coordinator 1 www.grad.usda.gov
  2. 2.  Gov 2.0  Web 2.0  2.0 Agencies  2.0 Tools 2 www.grad.usda.gov
  3. 3. “With the new, function-rich infrastructure of Web 2.0, government no longer needs to work on its own to provide public value.” -Anthony Williams Co-Author, Wikinomics 3 www.grad.usda.gov
  4. 4. Ordinary people…possess information – serious, expert, fact-based, scientific information – to enhance decision-making, information not otherwise available to isolated bureaucrats. …people are ready and willing to share that information across geographic, disciplinary, and institutional boundaries. - Beth Noveck, Wiki Government 4 www.grad.usda.gov
  5. 5. UsNowFilm.com 5 www.grad.usda.gov
  6. 6. Internal External Processes Policy Recruitment Regulation Training Security Public Affairs Social Web 2.0 Tools = Enablers Blogs Networking Wikis Video Sharing Microsharing Podcasts Mash-Ups RSS 6 www.grad.usda.gov
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  9. 9. “In many ways, the Internet more resembles an ancient bazaar…” 9 www.grad.usda.gov
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  11. 11. 1. Why? Tie to mission, goals, objectives, needs, gaps. 2. Who? Champion, contributors, constituents, citizens. 3. What? Content is the key to success. 4. How? Decide which tools best meet goals. 5. When? Create a schedule to implement and evaluate. 11 www.grad.usda.gov
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  13. 13. What in the world is a Wiki? a. an online encyclopedia b. a web-based tool where multiple users create, publish and edit information c. a Hawaiian word for “fast” d. all of the above 13 www.grad.usda.gov
  14. 14. Why is a wiki so “fast”? 14
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  16. 16. My Wiki Document This is my document that I will begin as a draft. Then I will send a link to a bunch of people via email. They will make changes directly to the document, building on one another’s changes. Lisa may access the document from anywhere (mitigating distance!). Craig (securely) accesses the document at any time via username and password. As the project manager, Tarrazzia can see everyone’s edit history. And the entire process is streamlined, making government more efficient. 16 www.grad.usda.gov
  17. 17. Why use a Wiki? • Reports • Policy • Procurement • Crowd Sourcing Information • Directory 17 www.grad.usda.gov
  18. 18. How do I set up a Wiki? Step 1: Pick a Wiki Platform Step 2: Create an Account Step 3: Set Up Your Wiki Step 4: Produce Content Step 5: Edit and Post! 18 www.grad.usda.gov
  19. 19. Q. What’s the difference between a podcast and a vodcast? A. Podcast = Audio Downloadable, Vodcast = Video Mobile www.grad.usda.gov
  20. 20. What has your Cell Phone taught “Most cell lately? have you phones today more computing power than was available to NASA during the • Audio Books Apollo space program…” • Podcast Briefs - Wes Ferguson, Author of • Text Message Tips Moving at the Speed of Creativity • Entire Classes???? www.grad.usda.gov
  21. 21. Why use podcasts? Knowledge Capture / Sharing www.grad.usda.gov 21
  22. 22. Step 1: Pick a Platform Step 2: Create an Account Step 3: Set a Schedule Step 4: Capture Content Step 5: Make it Mobile! www.grad.usda.gov
  23. 23. Steve Ressler DHS Employee / Founder, GovLoop.com www.grad.usda.gov
  24. 24. Problem: • Millions of government employees • No safe place to connect and share best practices Solution: GovLoop.com - “Facebook for Government” www.grad.usda.gov
  25. 25. Building Momentum • Identify/Empower Early Adopters • Added Features o Videos o Radio o Photos o Podcast o Member and Project of Week www.grad.usda.gov
  26. 26. Where Are We Now? • TODAY: o Over 14,500 Members o CTO, CIO, Politicians, Professors, and Innovative Minds across F/S/L/I o Over 2,300 Blogs, 600 Discussions, 450 Groups, 100 Events, 5,000 Photos, 250 Videos www.grad.usda.gov
  27. 27. 1. Why? Tie to mission, goals, objectives, needs, gaps. 2. Who? Champion, contributors, constituents, citizens. 3. What? Content is the key to success. 4. How? Decide which tools best meet goals. 5. When? Create a schedule to implement and evaluate. 27 www.grad.usda.gov
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  30. 30. Thank You! For More Information: Andrew Krzmarzick Senior Project Coordinator (202) 821-6288 Andrew_Krzmarzick@grad.usda.gov GraduateSchool.edu GenerationShift.blogspot.com IAmPublicsService.org Twitter.com/krazykriz LinkedIn.com/in/AndrewKrzmarzick Delicious.com/akrzmarzick Slideshare.com/akrzmarzick 30 www.grad.usda.gov

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