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7 next steps

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How to get started improving your business using the collaboration framework as a tool.

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7 next steps

  1. 1. Next Steps
  2. 2. 1. Decide on your business priorities 2. For each priority, what is the timescale? 3. For each priority, who should receive the new solution? 4. Who will sponsor the implementation in each business area? 5. How will you measure success? Getting Started on your journey to Engagement & Collaboration
  3. 3. Which Benefits are your top Priority? Increased Revenue & Profits Improved Innovation Better Loyalty & Retention Improved Transparency Secure File Sharing & Production Working with People Outside the Organisation Driving Innovation Improving Quality Improved Task, Issue and Project Management Knowledge Capture & Management Improved Communications Social Learning
  4. 4. Prioritize (example) Short Term Medium Term Long Term For an organisation in the banking & finance sectors Improve transparency in the sales & marketing departments Increase Loyalty & Retention of Customers & Staff Increase Revenues & Profits
  5. 5. Improve transparency in the sales & marketing departments Secure File Sharing & Production Improved Task, Issue and Project Management Knowledge Capture & Management Increase Loyalty & Retention of Customers and Staff Working with People Outside the Organisation Knowledge Capture & Management Improved Communications Increase Revenues & Profits Improving Quality Improved Task, Issue and Project Management Social Learning Knowledge Capture & Management 1 2 3
  6. 6. 1. Find sponsors in each business area who have the authority and time to act. 2. Demonstrate the business benefits and what the solution looks like. 3. Ask them to be vocal and visible in the project to ensure uptake. 4. Ask for their commitment to make the project a success. Who will Sponsor your Project?
  7. 7. 1. To drive the implementation across your organization, how will you know if you are successful? 2. What measurements will you make before and after each iteration? How will you measure success?
  8. 8. Getting Started
  9. 9. 1. Do you have areas of your business which would benefit from increased engagement and collaboration? 2. What steps do we need to take to help demonstrate the business value? 3. Who else should we meet to discuss the requirements and approach? 4. What would the architecture look like? Public cloud, private cloud, on-premises, hybrid? 5. What timescale would you envisage the implementation taking? Implementation Checklist

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