Podio VidenDanmark intranet best practice 2010

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Tommy Ahlers fra Podio giver oplæg ved VidenDanmarks seminar om Intranet Best Practice 2010 onsdag den 29.9.2010.

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Podio VidenDanmark intranet best practice 2010

  1. 1. A new way of working<br />Presentation to VidenDanmark<br />September 29, 2010<br />
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  6. 6. Work is facing two major issues<br />Issue #1: Email and documents used too much<br /><ul><li>Email are not suited for working together as they are locking information in
  7. 7. Documents is not an efficient way of creating and sharing knowledge/information</li></ul>Need for a system as flexible as email and documents and as social as having a meeting while integrating all tools needed<br />Issue #2: Array of tools<br /><ul><li>Companies have an array of tools for various aspects of their business. This include both internal and external tools (LinkedIN, Facebook, Twitter)
  8. 8. Most of the internal tools are very siloed
  9. 9. The external tools are hard to integrate</li></li></ul><li>Podio combines micro-blogging, streams, and wikis in a meaningful way<br />Podio<br /><ul><li>Things are created in apps inside spaces which adds structure and context
  10. 10. Creations, edits, etc. are pushed to a stream</li></ul>Microblogging<br /><ul><li>Flighty and unstructured
  11. 11. Hard to focus on a specific area
  12. 12. Focused on ‘here and now’</li></ul>Wiki’s<br /><ul><li>Not engaging with audience
  13. 13. Too static
  14. 14. Focused on knowledge – not data</li></li></ul><li>Key elements of Podio<br />1<br />3<br />2<br />4<br />Networked organisation.<br />Apps.<br /><ul><li>Podio consist of spaces where you have the tools, the people, and the information you need to do your job
  15. 15. Users can invite people across organisations
  16. 16. On Podio users have a global identity that they use across organisations to aggregate information
  17. 17. Podio is empowering the user to build the tools they need to do their job
  18. 18. Building apps on Podio can be done by anyone without technical knowledge
  19. 19. Podio connects to other tools, networks and existing information
  20. 20. The user can use templates or get apps from the app-store</li></ul>Full platform.<br />Comes with social.<br /><ul><li>The tools you need to get your work done exist inside podio, i.e. tasks, calendar, messaging, stream, documents
  21. 21. Podio adds structure by linking content
  22. 22. The API enables content and activities from other places to live inside Podio
  23. 23. Podio is social as work is
  24. 24. Things inside a space is shared and transparent to its members
  25. 25. Items can be commented, rated, tasked, etc
  26. 26. Updates are pushed into a stream without any ‘double book keeping’</li></li></ul><li>Apps.<br />
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  33. 33. Networked<br />Organisation.<br />
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  40. 40. Social.<br />
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  43. 43. Full platform.<br />
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  47. 47. Ingen<br />Ingen<br />Ingen<br />
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  49. 49. www.podio.com<br />ahlers@podio.com<br />

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