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Collaborative Communication Strategies

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Transcript of Collaborative Communication Strategies

READY for LAUNCH
READY for LAUNCH
get
get
Collaborative Communication Strategies and Tools for FUN, Engaging, and Successful Projects
Stakeholder Register
Why they matter?
What's a Stakeholder
Everyone has a
motive
.


DIFFICULTIES
Ineffective
MEETINGS
25 Million Meetings!!
EXPECTATIONS
Cross Generational
FOCUS - POSITIVITY - ACTION DRIVEN - FUN
collaboration
Agenda
- Stakeholder Management
- Ineffective Meetings
- Setting Project Priority
- Why Serious Games Work
ASSETS
3D BACKGROUND
Ashley Agler
SharePoint Architect
Pokagon Band of Potawatomi
Oh, I have an idea
What to Include:
- Name
- Contact Info
- Communication Types
- Communication Vehicles
- Influence
- Organization
When do we do this?
Include
them!
Establish
Trust
- Having Fun!!
Unhealthy Habits of Meetings
- Lacking Problem-Focused Statements
- Unstructured Meetings
- Apathetic Responses
- Double Booking
- Meeting Just To Meet
- Lack of Feedback
Unhealthy Meeting Habits - cont.
What can we do about this??
Mmmmm... Doughnuts!
- The Stack
- System Architecture
- Data Models
- Project Management
- Modeling Impact
- Gathering & Data Analysis
- Design Patterns
- User Research
- Prototyping
Speed Boat
Why Games Work?
Equal Opportunity to Participate
Success Depends on Everyone
Structured Goals
Time Limitations
Why Games Are Valuable
- BUILDING YOUR SOFT SKILLS
- CATALYST FOR CONSENSUS BUILDING
- EMOTIONAL INVOLVEMENT
- CONFIDENCE
- LISTENING
- HUMOR
- BRUTAL HONESTY
SharePoint Collaborative Communication Strategies and Tools for FUN, Engaging, and Successful Projects
Ashley Agler
CEO | Lead Consultant
TribalPoint
Project Prioritization
- Shovel Ready
- CARVER
CARVER
-
R
eturn - Creating efficiencies in service?
-
A
ccessibility - How fast can we start this?
-
C
ritical - Why is it important to your organization?
-
V
ulnerability - Associated Costs & Difficulty to Achieve
-
E
ffect - How will this effect your overall strategic goal?
-
R
ecognizability - How complex/easy is the project?
20/20 Vision
understanding priorities
Scenario:
Prioritizing Strategic Goals for Year

Who's Involved:
Information Tech, C-Level Employees
To Understand Why Certain Individuals or Groups Weigh Importance Differently
What's the Game:
Let's Get Started
Processing Results
Create list for your department to set dependencies.

Department dependencies may not mirror interested party list
Keep key stakeholders informed of changes.
Game Plan.
Assemble the team
Facilitator, Observers, Helpers
The "5 W's"
Whom, What, Why, When, Where, What happens at the end?
- Struggles/Anchors
- Success/Wind
- Requirements
- Critical Process
Engagement Post Event
- Report Out On The Event
- Thank You Goes A Long Way
Quick Into
Social Media: @Agleroni
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aagler
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