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  • Successful Collaboration Engagement Lifecycles

    Presented by: Dan Keldsen from

    www.InformationArchitected.com

    Hosted by: www.Hoooley.com

  • About Dan Keldsen Expertise: Content/Knowledge Mgmt Enterprise 2.0/Web 2.0 Employee Engagement Innovation

    Professional Background: Information Architected:

    Principal Consultant & Chief Innovation Officer

    AIIM International: Director, Market Intelligence Unit

    Delphi Group/Perot Systems: Senior analyst, Consultant and CTO

  • What We’ll Cover What is an engagement lifecycle, and why does it

    matter? Engagement Lifecycle is:

    Pre-engagement Rollout Re-engagement

    How to focus collaboration efforts: Are you actively engaging, or passively hoping? What’s in it for THEM? What are the jobs to be done for collaboration… and

    beyond collaboration?

  • Planning the Strategy

    Successful Collaboration

    Pre- Engagement

    Roll-out

    Re- Engagement

    Source: Information Architected

  • Successful Collaboration

    Engagement Lifecycle

    Pre- engagement

    Rollout

    Re- engagement

    Source: Information Architected

  • Here’s a Major Problem

    9 times out of 10, this is THE problem

  • If you’re a manager or executive

    Trying to “make collaboration” happen

  • Or an employee

    Who’s being told to “collaborate”

  • You’re probably either…

  • Forcing

  • Or

  • Wishing

  • You can’t simply “launch” a collaboration effort

    And expect people will figure out how to effectively collaborate by themselves…

  • We’ve Been Doing it Wrong…

  • A Real-world Example

    Of engagement techniques THAT WORK

  • Which of these options gets people to take action?

  • In a study of 3 randomized groups…

    Among 61,000,000 (61 million) Facebookers…Which group VOTED at

    the highest rate of participation…

  • Option #1 “I Voted” posts on Facebook timeline, a counter with # of people who voted…

    Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kareanderson/2012/09/12/insight-from-massive-social-experiment-could-sway- voting-spending-and-other-behavior/

  • Option #2 “I Voted” posts on Facebook timeline, counter w/number of

    people who voted, up to 6 pictures of friends who voted…

    Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kareanderson/2012/09/12/insight-from-massive-social-experiment-could-sway- voting-spending-and-other-behavior/

  • Option #3 No advertisement at all.

    Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kareanderson/2012/09/12/insight-from-massive-social-experiment-could-sway- voting-spending-and-other-behavior/

  • What’s your guess on the largest impact?

  • Not Options #3 or #1 No advertisement at all had the same affect

    as the call to action that was simply a raw count of those who clicked “I Voted”

    ???

    Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kareanderson/2012/09/12/insight-from-massive-social-experiment-could-sway- voting-spending-and-other-behavior/

  • Option #2 Used Social Proof Of “people like me” (your friends) – and is

    estimated to have influenced another 60,000 people to vote on election day

    AND…

    Wait for it…

    Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kareanderson/2012/09/12/insight-from-massive-social-experiment-could-sway- voting-spending-and-other-behavior/

  • Option #2 Used Social Proof “Social contagion” (positive peer pressure)

    beyond those 60,000 voters…

    Are estimated to have spread to an additional 280,000 more voters, for a total

    of 340,000 additional votes.

    Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kareanderson/2012/09/12/insight-from-massive-social-experiment-could-sway- voting-spending-and-other-behavior/

  • The Lesson? #1 Safety in Numbers &

    Friends. #2 Networks Magnify.

    We will follow our peers and “go with the flow” more often than we will

    be “the crazy one” - so…

  • Start a Movement

    Source: http://www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_how_to_start_a_movement.html

  • Why?

  • Roughly 97.5% of any given crowd

    Doesn’t want to be the first to try something.

  • Bonus Content: See video of 2009 E2.0 Keynote presentation at http://bit.ly/r7sfMD

  • Step One: Begin at the Beginning

    Seriously.

  • If you’re asking people to “collaborate” – what

    would they normally

    do if they weren’t

    asked to collaborate?

  • What they do NOW

    Is your competition for the change you want

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  • Engagement is a CYCLE If you assume that “doing

    collaboration” is a one- time “launch” or “roll-out” event, it is VERY unlikely that your collaboration initiative will work for the long-term.

  • Onboarding

    Habit-Building

    Mastery

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  • We all start.. ...As newbies

    How are you bringing the 97.5% along for the ride?

    They may not even know what a CAR is yet.

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    Lower the bar Make it so easy for

    people to get started, that they cannot fail.

    Lower the bar so low that they can walk over it.

    MAKE THEIR WORK EASIER TO DO

  • Pre-Engagement Questions to Ask (What Jobs are they Trying to Do?)

    Interview Questions: •  What is the problem you are working on? •  Why do you care about it? •  What is the process you use to solve that problem? •  What alternatives do you consider? •  Why do you select the option you select? •  What do you like about the option? What don’t you

    like? •  What frustrates you when you are trying to solve this

    problem?

  • Engagement Questions You Need to Have Answered for Roll-out

    •  What’s the context? •  What are we collaborating on? •  Who has access? •  Where’s my old stuff? Do I have to move it? •  Is this an empty library and we have to figure it out? •  Is there content or conversations that should NOT go

    in here? If so, where do they go? •  Why should I use this system vs. something else? •  Does anyone own this? •  Who do I ask for questions? •  Is there training?

  • Innovators to Naysayers

    Who to interview, and what to ask

  • 3 Waves of Interviews

    You're going to want to talk with five to 10 people at least, individually, in each

    experiment, to get enough information to draw conclusions.

    See Article on InformationWeek: “3 Ways to Turn E2.0 Laggards into Fans” http://bit.ly/engagementinterviews

  • Experiment No. 1: Innovators

    Find the people in your organization who are already in love with Enterprise 2.0, social business, or whatever

    term has some positive association for them.

  • Experiment No. 2: 2nd Wave

    Have the innovators/evangelists point out the people they've excited (by mentoring, coaching, or cajoling) into at least being interested in this movement, and repeat

    the prior questions to that second group of people.

  • Experiment No. 3: Naysayers

    Last but most important, find the people everyone knows absolutely despise everything about this

    Enterprise 2.0/social business movement, and ask them what they despise the most.

    Seriously, you want specifics.

  • Don’t Make Them Think USERS shouldn’t have

    to figure out HOW or WHY to collaborate

    YOU should enable them to SPECIFICALLY collaborate in areas they WANT TO

    How? Find their “jobs to be

    done” The tasks, workload,

    etc., that they have to deal with on a regular basis

    Set them up for success – as quickly and easily as possible

  • Understand your audience so well

    That when you deliver what makes their lives easier, they salivate…

    And more importantly, their PEERS want to be NEXT.

  • Successful Collaboration

    Engagement