The path to becoming a Social Jedi: Understanding the productivity improvements and pitfalls of social software
Post on 08-May-2015
DESCRIPTIONSocial software isnt a fad, its the future. Understanding how the tools available within the applications work and how they can dramatically increase your productivity is the first step to becoming a Social Jedi But beware the dark side! There are pitfalls inherent in the transition to social that can lead you down the wrong path. Mat will take you on a journey to unleash your inner social, and reveal how the only impediment to a successful implementation is YOU!
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2. The path to becoming a Social JediUnderstanding the productivity improvements and pitfalls ofsocial software 3. Social software isnt a fad, its the future.Understanding how the tools available within theapplications work and how they can dramaticallyincrease your productivity is the first step tobecoming a Social Jedi But beware the dark side! There are pitfalls inherent in the transition to social that can lead you down the wrong path. Mat will take you on a journey to unleash your inner social, and reveal how the onlyimpediment to a successful implementation is YOU! 4. :The CodeJedi are the guardians of peace in the social sphere.Jedi use their powers to defend and to protect information.Jedi respect all knowledge, in any form.Jedi serve others rather than ruling over them, for the good of all.Jedi seek to improve themselves through knowledge and training. 5. !FearFear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Angerleads to hate. Hate leads to suffering! 6. Rebellion!Users will demand/use the tools they think work for them 7. Weve Lost all Communications! 8. Email is not dead 9. Not Friends Not In networkNot Following Not Connected Not a contactLowest.common @ denominator 10. These are not the editors you are looking for 11. Social = SHARE 12. Open, discoverable 13. Use the FourCe 14. Connect 15. The strength of a network is in the number of members 16. Theyre coming in too fast!The noise grows louder the more members are involved 17. CommunicateStart the conversation 18. Communicate Start the conversation Open conversation Start a Discussion Post on a Wall Reply with a comment Private conversation Instant messaging Email Beware of closing the lines of communication, theantithesis of social 19. CoordinateGather the teamDetermine availabilityChoose the toolSchedule the Actions 20. Coordinate Agile teams, relevant experience, not location centric 21. CollaborateGet Stuff Done! 22. Understand the ToolsProfilesBlogsWikisForumsBookmarksFilesActivities 23. Profiles Detail qualifications and experience Provides contact information Shows activity and interaction Allows access to that persons CONTENT 24. Blogs Blogs: express an opinion, detail anexperience, or share a discovery, which inviteothers to interact through comments Micro-blogs are smaller expressions of opinionand the fastest way to communicate andprovide immediate feedback Comments are how you respond and contribute 25. Wikis Wikis are reference documents that others mayuse as an authoritative guide Can be SHARED at any time They have an AUDIT TRAIL Can be easily VERSIONED 26. Forums A concentrated, permanent discussion thread Topic focussed Response based 27. Bookmarks Better than Google Share your results Integrates into your Bookmark bar Easily Discoverable 28. Files No more VPNs. No more file shares No more Silos See WHO has accessed the file VERSIONING! Smaller Mail Databases 29. Activities Collate the content Coordinate the milestones Track the deliverables 30. Tags flow through the FourCe 31. Discover,Dispose,Delegate,Determine,Deliver 32. Discoverablecapable of being ascertained or found out 33. DisposableDo you need it? 34. DelegateCan someone else do it? 35. Determinable 36. Deliverable 37. Try Try Not! 38. Questions? 39. ConnectMat Newman matnewman.com about.me/matnewman LotusLIVE Greenhouse facebook.com/matnewman linkedin.com/in/matnewman @matnewman on twitter Google Mat Newman