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Enterprise 2.0 Corporate Champion Getting Started Guide

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A getting started guide for corporate champions desiring to implement an Enterprise 2.0 solution. To be used in conjunction with seekomega.com article.


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Enterprise 2.0 Corporate Champion Getting Started Guide

  1. 1. Enterprise 2.0 Corporate Champion Getting Started Guide<br />Getting Started GuideBy Mark Fidelman (http://www.seekomega.com) <br />
  2. 2. The Problem<br />Tip: Ask your employees, they know!<br />What is the problem/pain? <br />(i.e. Corporate and Employee initiatives are not aligned. Corporate wants to increase innovation and productivity. Employees want to increase performance, personal advancement and rewards. <br />Quantify the problem concisely ($,€,£). How much does the problem cost the company?<br />Estimate the amount of wasted time<br />Can we redeploy headcount if we have an optimized solution? <br />
  3. 3. The Solution<br />Tip: Stay high level, now is not the time for details<br />Graphics, illustrations or pictures are highly recommended (Remember: Keep It Simple)<br />Relate it to the problem slide<br />List the key points that will help the audience<br />Don’t explain the technology in detail<br />What is it? <br />What it does? NOT how it does.<br />What will happen if it is implemented? <br />How much will it save? <br />What will it allow you to do that couldn’t be done before?<br />How much time will it save?<br />
  4. 4. The Enterprise 2.0 Vision<br />List the high level benefits of your vision for this initiative: (EXAMPLE)<br /><ul><li>A Better Intranet
  5. 5. Knowledge Management and Learning
  6. 6. Projects and Collaboration
  7. 7. Wisdom of the Crowds
  8. 8. Communication and Collaboration tools
  9. 9. (instant messaging, Wiki’s, forums, blogs, etc)
  10. 10. Mobile computing</li></ul>VISION EXAMPLE: Provide an integrated collaborative network platform to increase employee and foster innovation<br />4<br />
  11. 11. Vendor Analysis<br />Note: Research using Forrester, Gartner, etc.<br />List of Enterprise 2.0 Vendors <br /><ul><li>MindTouch
  12. 12. Jive Software
  13. 13. SharePoint</li></li></ul><li>Vendor Analysis, Cont.<br />
  14. 14. Implementing the solution –Team Resources<br />Note: Illustration – fill in with your own team<br />
  15. 15. Solution Timeline <br />Note: Illustration – fill in with your own team<br />Phase II<br />Development<br />Pilot Test<br />Project<br />Milestone<br />Phase I<br />Development<br />Vendor <br />decision<br />Benefit<br />Milestone<br />Q1 2010<br />Q2 2010<br />Q3 2010<br />Q4 2010<br />Q1 2011<br />Understand company <br />challenges<br />Time savings <br />and $ ROI<br />Greater <br />Innovation<br />Time<br />
  16. 16. Key benefits of Solution implementation <br />Summarize the key benefits provided by the solution you are choosing.<br />Example:<br />Investing in vendor research is an investment in your personal success!<br />Know your pain<br />Know your internal challenges<br />Timing is everything<br />Track and adjust<br />
  17. 17. Next steps<br />Outline the next steps for kicking off the solution.<br />Example:<br />Define the projectFirst, we’ll meet with you to define the project.<br />Choose the teamThen, we’ll choose a team to implement.<br />Implement the solutionWhen the team agrees, we will enlist key stakeholders to implement and train team on the solution. <br />Provide ongoing supportWe will continue to work with you after we deliver the solution so you get the most value.<br />