Session12-INFS1000-S2-2016-preview [Slides Format].pdf

Enterprise social media will radically change the way

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Enterprise Social Media will radically change the way organisations operate: breaks down silos, re-engages employees, increases collaboration Flatten hierarchies; knowledge/idea/reputation-based authority, rather than role-based Democratic communication structures Largely opposing positions 21
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Characteristics of Enterprise 2.0 Set of software tools that workers utilise to collaborate, allowing content to emerge, rather than pre-planned Freeform –technology does not impose or make assumptions about workflows, roles, and decision-right allocations. Instead, people come together within the environment created by technology, and do pretty much whatever they want. Frictionless - users find it easy to participate in the platform, with little time or effort. Sign-ins, navigation through many Web pages and clunky user interfaces are minimised. Emergent – overall functionality and structure of the system is shaped over time from large numbers of unplanned and undirected interactions.
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McAfee’s SLATES 2.0 model Enterprise Component Remarks Search People Search better than finding items in structured content. Links Link to enterprise resources (just like one does on the net) Authoring Create enterprise content via blogs, wikis, powerpoint etc Tags Flexible tagging to allow better searching Extensions Use extensions to allow ‘Likes’ “People found useful”, etc Signals Push with ‘alerts’ and ‘subscribe’ options for enterprise content.
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Agenda for today 1. Repetition W10: Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence 3. Collaboration systems 4. Activity: Collaboration @ $RU 24 INFS1000: Digital Business Innovation 2. Activity: MCQ
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Something different… to bring together what we have learnt. TBL Shadow Boxing Many of you will become consultants… Here is a mock consultancy job for $RUs Pattern recognition in problems Sense making of real world situations Anticipation and consequences Perspective taking Expert reasoning 25 INFS1000: Digital Business Innovation
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Consulting for $RU. How it works:
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Points to note: 4 rounds – with discussion in between. Each round starts with a 3 min video. Then discussion. Then an expert’s opinion of the same problem. You decide the course of action… we will only see the videos you pick as a group. You can review the videos when you are in discussion groups for each round For example: We will tell you each new URL as we move along. 27 INFS1000: Digital Business Innovation
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Kahoot.it 28 INFS1000: Digital Business Innovation Kahoot.it
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Key take-aways Collaboration Systems: Types of collaboration systems Communication needs analysis Usefulness of social media in the workplace 29 INFS1000: Digital Business Innovation
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  • Three '10
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  • Data Management, Collaborative software, Business process modeling, Digital Business Innovation

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