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Why are we having this session?
Let’s keep this as informal as we can… and stay within the goals and time limits
Immediate feedback is appreciated.
Time to use your card
Technical Person “T”  or Business Person “B”
Technical Person “T” or  Business Person “B”
 
 
Why does Sharepoint exist?
Why does Sharepoint exist?
Why does Sharepoint exist?
So Sharepoint may be “good enough” for content… but is content management all you want…or deserve?
The content-centric model is broken
Why does Connections exist?
Why does Connections exist?
Why does Connections exist?
It’s about people…it’s people centric
But isn’t content important?
Yes. But it’s only one part
But people are in the center…they tie it all together.
It’s not about the creation…it’s all about the creator
Creativity is job #1…most important leadership quality for next 5 years…from 2010 IBM CEO Study
Think of people you would consider “creative”
Think of people you would consider “creative”
Think of people you would consider “creative”
Creative thinkers observe, experiment, take risks, communicate…they are connected
Content, like art, is often the result of a creative process
but it’s how it is used, perceived and interpreted that brings the value
and that kind of content is often not in a “document”
and some are huge and need special care and attention
Content centric systems tend to lead to “containers” and categories and expectations of use Files, folders, sites, librari...
Content has overwhelmed the container model… Consider libraries vs. bookstores
It’s not about the storing of knowledge…
it’s about having an environment that encourages and supports “Knowledge Accidents”
A knowledge accident – The Triangle Story
A knowledge accident – The Triangle Story
Content – Insight – Ideas
So let’s get to “good enough”
You need to open conversations
Audience Participation #1 - What tip or shortcut do you know that others might learn from?
Open conversations require you to hear and be heard
So you post your “idea” in a file in Sharepoint. Do you know if you’ve been heard or appreciated?
In Sharepoint there is no single view of…
Is that “good enough” for you?
What you deserve is the ability to share openly and easily see what’s available and useful.
You need to know who is listening and what they think or know…or how they might help?
Audience Participation #2: You’ll be putting a number in the upper right corner
The Candle Problem
The Candle Problem
The Candle Problem
The Candle Problem
In open conversations you may not know where the valuable insight is going to come from
Sites focus on the creation…they are merely containers
Access is controlled by the container…to see the content, you have to have access to the container
Is that “good enough” for you?
What you deserve is for your people to be able to share ideas and content whenever…wherever
And open conversations (like social systems) are usually inclusive
Audience Participation #3
Audience Participation #3
Audience Participation #3
Audience Participation #3
Your reach may be limited by Microsoft
Is that “good enough” for you?
You deserve to be able to reach the broadest audience and widest perspectives
You deserve to move from Organization
You deserve to move from Organization to Organism
You deserve to move from Organization to Organism You and your people deserve the ability to share openly and easily see  ...
You deserve to move from Organization to Organism You and your people deserve the ability to share openly and easily see  ...
You deserve to move from Organization to Organism You and your people deserve the ability to share openly and easily see  ...
And let me remind you
 
 
We make SharePoint social
Before we go to our final part…please provide feedback
Time for some open conversation
Closing story Why is Sharepoint like a Cowbird?
Closing story Why is Sharepoint like a Cowbird?
Closing story Why is Sharepoint like a Cowbird?
Useful sites and links on this topic Brandon’ video Brandon and brian’s contacts www.Ibm.com/social IBM Connections vs. Mi...
Thank you for your attendance and attention… Let me know if I can do anything for you [email_address]   www.twitter.com/in...
Legal Disclaimer © IBM Corporation 2012.  All Rights Reserved. The information contained in this publication is provided f...
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Getting beyond "good enough" with SharePoint

  1. 1. Session # INV305 Getting beyond “good enough” with Microsoft Sharepoint Louis Richardson Worldwide Social Business Evangelist IBM
  2. 2. Why are we having this session?
  3. 3. Let’s keep this as informal as we can… and stay within the goals and time limits
  4. 4. Immediate feedback is appreciated.
  5. 5. Time to use your card
  6. 6. Technical Person “T” or Business Person “B”
  7. 7. Technical Person “T” or Business Person “B”
  8. 10. Why does Sharepoint exist?
  9. 11. Why does Sharepoint exist?
  10. 12. Why does Sharepoint exist?
  11. 13. So Sharepoint may be “good enough” for content… but is content management all you want…or deserve?
  12. 14. The content-centric model is broken
  13. 15. Why does Connections exist?
  14. 16. Why does Connections exist?
  15. 17. Why does Connections exist?
  16. 18. It’s about people…it’s people centric
  17. 19. But isn’t content important?
  18. 20. Yes. But it’s only one part
  19. 21. But people are in the center…they tie it all together.
  20. 22. It’s not about the creation…it’s all about the creator
  21. 23. Creativity is job #1…most important leadership quality for next 5 years…from 2010 IBM CEO Study
  22. 24. Think of people you would consider “creative”
  23. 25. Think of people you would consider “creative”
  24. 26. Think of people you would consider “creative”
  25. 27. Creative thinkers observe, experiment, take risks, communicate…they are connected
  26. 28. Content, like art, is often the result of a creative process
  27. 29. but it’s how it is used, perceived and interpreted that brings the value
  28. 30. and that kind of content is often not in a “document”
  29. 31. and some are huge and need special care and attention
  30. 32. Content centric systems tend to lead to “containers” and categories and expectations of use Files, folders, sites, libraries,
  31. 33. Content has overwhelmed the container model… Consider libraries vs. bookstores
  32. 34. It’s not about the storing of knowledge…
  33. 35. it’s about having an environment that encourages and supports “Knowledge Accidents”
  34. 36. A knowledge accident – The Triangle Story
  35. 37. A knowledge accident – The Triangle Story
  36. 38. Content – Insight – Ideas
  37. 39. So let’s get to “good enough”
  38. 40. You need to open conversations
  39. 41. Audience Participation #1 - What tip or shortcut do you know that others might learn from?
  40. 42. Open conversations require you to hear and be heard
  41. 43. So you post your “idea” in a file in Sharepoint. Do you know if you’ve been heard or appreciated?
  42. 44. In Sharepoint there is no single view of…
  43. 45. Is that “good enough” for you?
  44. 46. What you deserve is the ability to share openly and easily see what’s available and useful.
  45. 47. You need to know who is listening and what they think or know…or how they might help?
  46. 48. Audience Participation #2: You’ll be putting a number in the upper right corner
  47. 49. The Candle Problem
  48. 50. The Candle Problem
  49. 51. The Candle Problem
  50. 52. The Candle Problem
  51. 53. In open conversations you may not know where the valuable insight is going to come from
  52. 54. Sites focus on the creation…they are merely containers
  53. 55. Access is controlled by the container…to see the content, you have to have access to the container
  54. 56. Is that “good enough” for you?
  55. 57. What you deserve is for your people to be able to share ideas and content whenever…wherever
  56. 58. And open conversations (like social systems) are usually inclusive
  57. 59. Audience Participation #3
  58. 60. Audience Participation #3
  59. 61. Audience Participation #3
  60. 62. Audience Participation #3
  61. 63. Your reach may be limited by Microsoft
  62. 64. Is that “good enough” for you?
  63. 65. You deserve to be able to reach the broadest audience and widest perspectives
  64. 66. You deserve to move from Organization
  65. 67. You deserve to move from Organization to Organism
  66. 68. You deserve to move from Organization to Organism You and your people deserve the ability to share openly and easily see what’s available and useful.
  67. 69. You deserve to move from Organization to Organism You and your people deserve the ability to share openly and easily see what’s available and useful. You and your people deserve to be able to share ideas and content whenever…wherever
  68. 70. You deserve to move from Organization to Organism You and your people deserve the ability to share openly and easily see what’s available and useful. You and your people deserve to be able to share ideas and content whenever…wherever You and your people deserve to be able to reach the broadest audience and widest perspectives
  69. 71. And let me remind you
  70. 74. We make SharePoint social
  71. 75. Before we go to our final part…please provide feedback
  72. 76. Time for some open conversation
  73. 77. Closing story Why is Sharepoint like a Cowbird?
  74. 78. Closing story Why is Sharepoint like a Cowbird?
  75. 79. Closing story Why is Sharepoint like a Cowbird?
  76. 80. Useful sites and links on this topic Brandon’ video Brandon and brian’s contacts www.Ibm.com/social IBM Connections vs. Microsoft SharePoint Social Personal File Management YouTube Video – by Brandon Seppa www.ibm.com/social IBM home page for Social Business ibm.co/adoptsocial IBM Social Business Community 3 keys to becoming a social business YouTube video People-centric vs. Content-Centric: The Copernican Revolution needed to become a social business YouTube Video – LS2011 session
  77. 81. Thank you for your attendance and attention… Let me know if I can do anything for you [email_address] www.twitter.com/inter_vivos www.linkedin.com/in/louisrichardson about.me/louisrichardson Louis Richardson Social Business Evangelist
  78. 82. Legal Disclaimer © IBM Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved. The information contained in this publication is provided for informational purposes only. While efforts were made to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this publication, it is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. In addition, this information is based on IBM’s current product plans and strategy, which are subject to change by IBM without notice. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, this publication or any other materials. Nothing contained in this publication is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. References in this presentation to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. Product release dates and/or capabilities referenced in this presentation may change at any time at IBM’s sole discretion based on market opportunities or other factors, and are not intended to be a commitment to future product or feature availability in any way. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, stating or implying that any activities undertaken by you will result in any specific sales, revenue growth or other results. IBM, the IBM logo, Lotus, Lotus Notes, Notes, Domino, Quickr, Sametime, WebSphere, UC2, PartnerWorld and Lotusphere are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. Unyte is a trademark of WebDialogs, Inc., in the United States, other countries, or both. Microsoft, SharePoint and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both.

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