Cloud Based Project
Management and Information
Exchange
PRESENTERS
JEFF KIELY
NORTHW EST NEW MEX ICO
COG
TIM ARMER
NORTH C...
Agenda
Pilot Project Introduction
Opportunity
How Can Technology Help?
Panoramic Introduction
NewMARC Portal Demonstr...
NewMARC
STATE-WIDE ASSOCIATION
OF 7 REGIONAL COUNCILS
Pilot Project Introduction
Partners
Northwest New Mexico Council of Governments
North Central New Mexico EDD
Paladin Da...
Federal Contraction: Less at the Trough; More
Collaboration; Opportunities for Reform; New RDO
Opportunities
The New Reg...
Opportunity
Capital Outlay: Chaos to Coherence
New Mexico: “A” for Generosity … “D-Minus”
for Performance
“Who’s on Firs...
Death by Paper: “Who reads this
stuff?”
Death by PowerPoint: “What’s the
message here?”
Chained to Spreadsheets
Tightl...
Purpose: To Inform? …. Or
to Transform?
From Inert to Interactive
From “Data” to Informed Action
Applied Psychology
V...
Panoramic: A Real Fish
Story
Salmon recovery
◦ Bottom up planning
◦ No standards
◦ No way communicate ROI
Technology solut...
Panoramic: A Real Fish
Story
Its More than a Plan
Conceptualize
Plan
Implement &
Manage
Monitor, Learn
& Adapt
Demonstrate
Results Share
Portal
NewMARC.paladinpanoramic.
com
Web
Apps
7 COGS
Our Vision for
NADO
We need to move in this direction … from the “old paradigm” to the
“new paradigm” in information mana...
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  • 3Kiely
  • 1Kiely
  • 3Kiely and TimWho we are, what we do, how we are organizedPrograms:Some across all COGS some COG specific
  • 5Kiely and TimTie into conference title: Pilot project to test use of cloud based software to track, manage and share info about NewMARC programsPartners*FundingPortal and programs part of pilot
  • 10The state of RPOsTim (1st 2 bullets) -> Kiely: The New RDOTim and Jeff K paint the picture of the many projects, disciplines and relationship sets we’re dealing with, the stem-to-stern impacts of the current public funding environment, and the need for COGs to become entrepreneurial, relevant and value-added as a liaison between and among the different levels of government.Even though we’re not yet funded or triggered on building the CEDS section of our Panoramic website, we can certainly talk about our regional and state-level CEDS initiative and how we visualize using Panoramic to greatly enhance both content and presentation of those plans.
  • Tim (5)Driver for the pilotTim & Jeff K can talk about the whole capital outlay situation in New Mexico, in which we score pretty high nationally on “generosity” but very low on execution.  We can describe the dysfunctions and disconnects in the process.  And then we can describe the potential of Panoramic as a tool for resolving many of the capital outlay planning and data-sharing issues. 
  • 5Kiely: speaks to slide titleOld habits die hardI like the idea of “belaboring” just how cumbersome (and non-productive) it is to try to influence public policy, funding, cooperation, etc. using linear narrative, fat paper stacks and drone-on PowerPoints.  Could even have a little fun with it (mockup photos of COG presenters with 6”-thick binders and bored-to-tears panelists; cartoons?).  Kind of create the “itch” that we can then “scratch” with the Panoramic demo.Images from next slide----------------------------Have some points that you can talk from about how complicated it is to influence public policy, address funding, collaborate etc. I will add images the imaes illustrating the fat binders, bored panelists etc.
  • 3 PaveyParadigm shift in the way we manage, consume and share informationI like the idea of “belaboring” just how cumbersome (and non-productive) it is to try to influence public policy, funding, cooperation, etc. using linear narrative, fat paper stacks and drone-on PowerPoints.  Could even have a little fun with it (mockup photos of COG presenters with 6”-thick binders and bored-to-tears panelists; cartoons?).  Kind of create the “itch” that we can then “scratch” with the Panoramic demo.Add images of panoramic----------------------------I need you to have some points that you can talk from about how complicated it is to influence public policy, address funding, collaborate etc. I will add images the imaes illustrating the fat binders, bored panelists etc.
  • 3Jeff P Pano Introductions
  • Jeff P (5) Tim and Jeff K
  • JEFF PAVEY SLIDES (5)Having hyped things up thus far, we can then turn it over to you, and you can shape your presentation (as you do so well) around how Paladin approaches resolving these kinds of issues through the expertly supported, user-friendly application of cloud-based technology, etc.  You could toss up your top samples of work (Forward Washington, Salmon initiative), and then move into how you and Colin have worked with NewMARC (and Northwest and North Central more particularly) in starting to build our Panoramic site.  And then, of course, the real-life demo of our pilot site.
  • Tim & I can do a quick wrap-up, and then we can entertain Q&A.
  • Pavey and armer

    1. 1. Cloud Based Project Management and Information Exchange PRESENTERS JEFF KIELY NORTHW EST NEW MEX ICO COG TIM ARMER NORTH CENTRAL NEW MEX ICO EDD JEFF PAVEY PALADIN DATA SYSTEMS NADO ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE 2013
    2. 2. Agenda Pilot Project Introduction Opportunity How Can Technology Help? Panoramic Introduction NewMARC Portal Demonstration Our Vision for NADO
    3. 3. NewMARC STATE-WIDE ASSOCIATION OF 7 REGIONAL COUNCILS
    4. 4. Pilot Project Introduction Partners Northwest New Mexico Council of Governments North Central New Mexico EDD Paladin Data Systems Funding Partners New Mexico Department of Transportation New Mexico Agency on Aging and Long-term Services NewMARC Program Portal Transportation Aging and Long-term Services
    5. 5. Federal Contraction: Less at the Trough; More Collaboration; Opportunities for Reform; New RDO Opportunities The New Regionalism: Finding Real Synergy; Facilitating Collaboration; Making Things Happen The New RDO: Lean, Mean, Responsive, Accountable, Collaborative From Regulatory Authority to the Power of Service Next-step Information Leadership Opportunity Renewed Relevance
    6. 6. Opportunity Capital Outlay: Chaos to Coherence New Mexico: “A” for Generosity … “D-Minus” for Performance “Who’s on First?”: Legislature? Governor? Mayor? Commissioner? Tribal Chief? What’s a Priority?
    7. 7. Death by Paper: “Who reads this stuff?” Death by PowerPoint: “What’s the message here?” Chained to Spreadsheets Tightly controlled data Help? From Information to Transformation
    8. 8. Purpose: To Inform? …. Or to Transform? From Inert to Interactive From “Data” to Informed Action Applied Psychology Visual Geospatial Relational Accessible Help? From Information to Transformation
    9. 9. Panoramic: A Real Fish Story Salmon recovery ◦ Bottom up planning ◦ No standards ◦ No way communicate ROI Technology solution Contacts Measures Files & Photos Maps Projects Places Plans Goals Budgets Pages
    10. 10. Panoramic: A Real Fish Story
    11. 11. Its More than a Plan Conceptualize Plan Implement & Manage Monitor, Learn & Adapt Demonstrate Results Share
    12. 12. Portal NewMARC.paladinpanoramic. com Web Apps 7 COGS
    13. 13. Our Vision for NADO We need to move in this direction … from the “old paradigm” to the “new paradigm” in information management and collaboration. Continue NADO’s leadership in “the power of presentation.” Tap private sector expertise in the cloud-based technology arena to “take us up a notch” as information leaders. Demonstrating relevance to federal partners

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