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Sci-Net Pilot Workshop

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Sci-Net Pilot Workshop

  1. 1. Sci-Net Project • Skills for Collaboration • Pilot – Paris, June 16th , 17th and 18th 2013
  2. 2. Welcome • Ronan Dennedy, LCEB • Welcome and Participant Introductions
  3. 3. Why Are You Here? •Conor Patterson, NMEA
  4. 4. Why Are You Here? • You will learn about collaboration • Understand why you should collaborate • Learn about a real life, world class example of collaboration from your own back yard • Learn to use cutting-edge tools
  5. 5. The day ahead - Morning 0930 Registration/coffee 1000 Introduction 1015 Module 1: Successful collaborations 1030 Module 2:How to make collaboration work for you 1130 Coffee (15 Mins) 1145 Module 3: Managing a collaboration 1200 Module 3: Case study 1300 Lunch
  6. 6. The day ahead - Afternoon 1415 Module 4: Tools which can support effective collaboration 1530 Coffee (15 Mins) 1545 Module 4: More tools 1645 Open questions and answers 1700 Close
  7. 7. Day 2 10.00-11.30 Visit to Peter Rice Exhibition 11.30-12.00 Coffee and Reflection on collaboration 12.00-13.30 Review and critique of the Sci-Net pilot materials and approach 13.30 Finish of pilot test 14.00 Lunch/Free time 18.00 depart for Paris CDG Airport
  8. 8. Introduction to Collaboration •Joe English, LCEB
  9. 9. Introduction • Lone wolves starve! Loneliness corrodes confidence, ambition and perspective • No one has all the answers • Collaboration is an effective response to competition: ‘Coopetition’ • Peter Rice; Dundalk, Belfast, Paris
  10. 10. Module 1 Successful collaborations • Companies are doing this!
  11. 11. Module 1 Successful collaborations • ARUP Coopetition • Toyota, Peugeot, Citroen • Aer Lingus/Virgin
  12. 12. From the World of Business ARUP
  13. 13. ARUP thought leaders
  14. 14. FROM THE WORLD OF BUSINESS Aer Lingus/Virgin
  15. 15. FROM THE WORLD OF BUSINESS Aer Lingus/Virgin
  16. 16. Module 1 Successful collaborations Conor Patterson, NMEA, Ronan Dennedy, LCEB • FROM OUR EXPERIENCE....
  17. 17. FROM OUR EXPERIENCE
  18. 18. FROM OUR EXPERIENCE
  19. 19. FROM OUR EXPERIENCE CO-WORKING
  20. 20. FROM OUR EXPERIENCE Transnational Collaboration:
  21. 21. Module 2 How to make collaboration work for you..... Stephane Riot Psychology: Behaviour, self-awareness, overcoming barriers and identifying fields of experimentations. (Stephane Riot, NoveTerra – organisational transformation)
  22. 22. Coffee – 15 Mins
  23. 23. Module 3 Managing a collaboration • Conor Patterson, NMEA
  24. 24. Module 3 Managing a collaboration • Draw up a formal agreement: who does what for what return • Agree targets • Recording work activity; measuring progress against targets • Agreed timetable for regular communication • Involve a mutually trusted third party to act as mentor/buddy/ honest broker as required
  25. 25. Module 3 Case study Noel Joyce Bringing a world class product to the world (Noel Joyce, Design Hub – innovative designers)
  26. 26. Lunch – 1 hour Pre-booked at: "Mad in Terroir" 5 rue L’homond, 75005, Paris (corner with CCI) - 01 43 26 32 83
  27. 27. Module 4 Tools for effective collaboration José Pietri
  28. 28. Module 4 Tools for effective collaboration • Cutting edge example of tools to facilitate collaboration
  29. 29. The 20 Most Important Tools Ever...
  30. 30. Our focus is on tools to facilitate COLLABORATION ... ... using IT-based applications. Photo Credit: hshanehsazzadeh via Compfight cc
  31. 31. There is no « magic bullet » … ... so no “one-size-fits-all”.
  32. 32. The Collaboration Process
  33. 33. Tools can be two-sided . FLY up in the sky... ... or HIT the wall!
  34. 34. Take it safely, a step at a time…
  35. 35. Step 1: Situation analysis Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities) Step 4: Implementation and Harnessing the resources available Ensuring successful collaboration
  36. 36. Ensuring successful collaboration Step 1: Situation analysis Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Step 3: Consensus building ( roles/responsibilities) Step 4: Implementation
  37. 37. Module 4 Ensuring successful collaboration Step 1: Situation analysis
  38. 38. Step 1: Situation analysis Collaboration tool: PearlTrees
  39. 39. Step 1: Situation analysis Collaboration tool: PearlTrees
  40. 40. Step 1: Situation analysis Collaboration tool: PearlTrees
  41. 41. Step 1: Situation analysis Collaboration tool: PearlTrees www.pearltrees.com/mindshare2000
  42. 42. Step 1: Situation analysis Collaboration tool: PearlTrees www.pearltrees.com/mindshare2000
  43. 43. Module 4 Ensuring successful collaboration Step 2: Partnership formation and project design
  44. 44. Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Collaboration tool: Popplet
  45. 45. Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Collaboration tool: Popplet POPPLET O’VIEW
  46. 46. Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Collaboration tool: Popplet http://popplet.com/app/index.php#/1092770
  47. 47. Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Collaboration tool: Popplet http://popplet.com/app/index.php#/1093430 OR http://bit.ly/whypopplet
  48. 48. Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Collaboration tool: Google Docs
  49. 49. Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Collaboration tool: Google Docs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_hJ3R8jEZM
  50. 50. Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Collaboration tool: Google Docs https://drive.google.com/#my-drive
  51. 51. Step 2: Partnership formation and project design Collaboration tool: Google Docs http://bit.ly/whygoogledocs
  52. 52. Coffee - 15 minutes
  53. 53. Module 4 Ensuring successful collaboration Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities)
  54. 54. Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities) Collaboration tool: Skype
  55. 55. Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities) Collaboration tool: Skype http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWq7n4w3cq4
  56. 56. Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities) Collaboration tool: Skype Let’s make a call!
  57. 57. Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities) Collaboration tool: Skype http://bit.ly/whygoogledocs
  58. 58. Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities) Collaboration tool: PiratePad
  59. 59. Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities) Collaboration tool: PiratePad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tw9eySqHbwc
  60. 60. Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities) Collaboration tool: PiratePad Let’s create a Pad from scratch … and share it!
  61. 61. Step 3: Consensus building (allocating roles and responsibilities) Collaboration tool: PiratePad http://bit.ly/whypiratepad
  62. 62. Module 4 1615-1645 Ensuring successful collaboration Step 4: Implementation
  63. 63. Step 4: Implementation Collaboration tool: Google Calendar
  64. 64. Step 4: Implementation Collaboration tool: Google Calendar
  65. 65. Step 4: Implementation Collaboration tool: Google Calendar
  66. 66. Step 4: Implementation Collaboration tool: Google Calendar
  67. 67. Step 4: Implementation Collaboration tool: Orchestra
  68. 68. Step 4: Implementation Collaboration tool: Orchestra
  69. 69. Step 4: Implementation Collaboration tool: Orchestra
  70. 70. Step 4: Implementation Collaboration tool: Orchestra
  71. 71. Module 4 Harnessing the resources available
  72. 72. http://www.ted.com/talks/tags/collaboration
  73. 73. Notability
  74. 74. Open questions and answers 16.45-17.00
  75. 75. Downloading Tools 17.00-17.30
  76. 76. Dinner Tonight "Le vin qui danse" 4 rue des Fossés Saint-Jacques, 75005 Tlf: 01 43 54 80 81

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