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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>For online collaborative activities</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>1</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>WHO ARE WE?</p> <p>2</p> <p>Jeremy Lu Brad Ward</p> <p>One of the judges Head of Solutions Delivery - BankWest</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>THE PROBLEM?</p> <p>4</p> <p>Reaching group consensusOvercoming reticenceChanging goal postsEliciting different ideasAvoiding groupthinkDifferent communication stylesPower differencesManual collation</p> <p>Missing tools for collaborative decisions -Part 1</p> <p>So here are the problems we are looking to solve.</p> <p>these issues do not only apply to work teams, but also classrooms, conferences and other stakeholder type meetings.</p> <p>5</p> <p>Poor group memorySpeed of knowledge exchangeLoss of individual perspectivesBeing able to measure participationDominating participantsUnquestioned acceptance of opinionsLack of immediate group artifactsInformation overloadEqual air time for ideas</p> <p>Missing tools for collaborative decisions Part 2</p> <p>So here are the problems we are looking to solve.</p> <p>these issues do not only apply to work teams, but also classrooms, conferences and other stakeholder type meetings.</p> <p>6</p> <p>Who uses Work Teams? 80% of Fortune 500 85% of businesses with more than 100 staff</p> <p>Waste: ($250) per hour</p> <p>Working in teams makes sense but getting everyone to focus, share and see different points of view and then reach a consensus to move forward is tough work.</p> <p>Researched shows that productivity in meetings is low at 50%. </p> <p>10 people at an average of $100K represents a loss of $250 per hour in salary alone.</p> <p>Social cast estimates 3 billion meetings a year and business research show professionals spending up to 50% of their time in meetings.</p> <p>(According to Get a Klu, a consulting firm that provides corporate coaching and training, professionals lose 31 hours per month to unproductive meetings. That's four work days each month. Klu also suggests that of the 11 million meetings that occur in the U.S. every day, half the meeting time is actually wasted. That's not all. Wolf Management Consultants asserts that 73 percent of professionals admit to doing unrelated work in meetings and 39 percent even dozed off in meetings. These are interesting statistics and help frame conversations about focusing attention on wasteful and unproductive meetings. But there are tools you can use to zero in on exactly how wasteful your meetings actually are. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505143_162-57378016/how-much-do-useless-meetings-cost/)</p> <p>7</p> <p>4x better engagement</p> <p>47% better returns to shareholders in last 5 years TowerWatson 2010</p> <p>20% better employee retention and 26% better productivity</p> <p>But the value for companies continues to drive the need to improve teamwork and collaboration.</p> <p>(The recentWatson Wyatt Communication Return-on-Investment (ROI) Studyshowed that firms that communicate effectively are:20 percent more likely to report lower turnover rates,and4times more likely to report high levels of employee engagement than firms that communicate less effectively.Workers frustration with an absence of adequate communication is one of the most negative findings we see expressed on employee attitude surveys.David Sirota in the articleWhy Employees Are Losing Motivationpublished in the Harvard Management UpdateAstudyof more than 1,400 leaders and managers by global consultancy Ken Blanchard Group supports this. The research showed 41 percent felt that inappropriate use of communication or listening was the biggest mistake leaders made when working with others)</p> <p>8</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>WHAT HAPPENS NOW?</p> <p>9</p> <p>What should we take into the next iteration?</p> <p>Lecturer Sets up session</p> <p>10</p> <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.</p> <p>People get talked at...</p> <p>Lecturer Sets up session</p> <p>11</p> <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.</p> <p>One person talks Production block.</p> <p>Lecturer Sets up session</p> <p>12</p> <p>Manual, Messy, Time Consuming </p> <p>Lecturer Sets up session</p> <p>13</p> <p>Select your answer from one of the following choices.</p> <p>Premeditated answerSomebody elses wordsThe response we want from A random thought </p> <p>Limited choice</p> <p>Lecturer Sets up session</p> <p>14</p> <p>Tweet your answer to #fortweetssake</p> <p>Where do tweets go?...</p> <p>Lecturer Sets up session</p> <p>15</p> <p>Add your response to the discussion board</p> <p>Linear talk? Visual meaning?...</p> <p>Lecturer Sets up session</p> <p>16</p> <p>One screen for all = edit wars</p> <p>Lecturer Sets up session</p> <p>17</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>THE ALTERNATIVE?</p> <p>18</p> <p>Space to create visually, share and see the results instantly</p> <p>19</p> <p>Mind-Maps</p> <p>BrainstormingProblem solvingKick off meetingsCase AnalysisScenario Planning</p> <p>2d Charts</p> <p>Stakeholder mappingRisk mappingPerceptual mappingValue vs cost</p> <p>Prioritised Lists</p> <p>SWOT analysisPros and consBGC matrixAgenda planningFeature prioritisation</p> <p>Map types to suit different problems</p> <p>A GroupMap owner chooses a map type such that best suits their problem. </p> <p>MIND MAPS are great for general brainstorming and open questioning2D CHARTS are great for comparing ideas on different dimensions And prioritised LISTS help do - well, exactly that - but with a lot less time and effort</p> <p>20</p> <p>Web and Cloud based - Nothing to installHigh Security SSL, AWS, Ind passwordsHTML5, NodeJS, CoffeeScriptPCs, Macs, laptops and tabletsUse current browser graphic accelerator capabilitiesLDAP for site integrationAgile methodology, customisable templates</p> <p>Technical Stack</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>WHOS USED IT?</p> <p>23</p> <p>Whole Group Enquiry / Problem SolvingCase Study:NAGCAS, Careers Centre, E-Group WAFormat: Comparative questioning, conference workshop activity</p> <p>Compare student group responses to career advisory responses120 people / 40 mins/ 3 questions</p> <p>What are the main barriers for international students gaining employment and work experience?How can we best overcome the top 2 barriers? (Room was divided and then each map looked at separately)</p> <p> GroupMap in the wild</p> <p> Your workshop today went down as the best PD I have organised. Everyone was still talking about how they could engage an hour later (well after usual home time)</p> <p>Dr Julie HowellAssociate DirectorCurtin University Careers Centre</p> <p>Case study:Emerging Leaders in Aged Care Format: Unconference</p> <p>Board diversity and culture35 people </p> <p>How can we become the innovative service providers of health care?How can we better engage young leaders on Aged Care Boards?</p> <p> GroupMap in the wild</p> <p> We could get over 30 people in the same group collaborating and sharing ideas at the same time, which was very exciting...</p> <p>Dr Nicky Howe, CEO</p> <p>Board planning</p> <p>Scenario Planning </p> <p>Case study:Curtin Health Innovation Research InstituteFormat: Co-facilitators and subject matter experts</p> <p>Identify driving factors and narrow these to the top 3 to create scenario plans90 people </p> <p>What driving forces will impact Health practices in 2022?Rank the top 6 factors according to level of uncertainty and level of importance</p> <p> GroupMap in the wild</p> <p> Nearly 75% of our participants said that they would consider using GroupMap in their organisations..</p> <p>Dr Paul Nicol, Research Coordinator</p> <p>Consultation and Policy PlanningCase Study:Public Sector Innovation ConferenceFormat: Self organising groups, floating facilitators</p> <p>Identify approaches to drive efficiency on 6 areas in the public sector150 people Develop a SMART goal to be shared with the groupHow might we address (6 different perspectives)Prioritise the top 6 ideas according to level of value vs impact</p> <p> GroupMap in the wild</p> <p>Case study:Staff satisfaction responseFormat: Collaborative work teams</p> <p>12 month work planning25 people </p> <p>What are our successes and failures over the last 12 months?What are the key priorities for the next 12 months?How can we resolve some of these challenges?</p> <p> GroupMap in the wild</p> <p>Team Workshops</p> <p>Debriefing Sessions</p> <p>Case Study:Australian Council of the Deans of ScienceFormat: Breakout groups</p> <p>Post-AGM plenary session to consider the newly announced federal funding25 people </p> <p>What characteristics do pre-service teachers in science and maths require in the future?What initiatives should be undertaken by the Faculty of Science, Faculty of Education and combined to access government funding?</p> <p> GroupMap in the wild</p> <p>Just what we needed at this time of the day...</p> <p>Dr Margaret Britz- Dean, University of Tasmania</p> <p>Team Building and Strategy Planning</p> <p>Case Study:Community Relations and DevelopmentFormat: World Caf and Facilitator</p> <p>Identify key issues impacting their roles within the organisation, present prioritised initiatives for strategic consideration, as well as personal action plans.65 people </p> <p>What does the culture need to be in the future to best position us in the future?Rank the action items according to time and level of importance?</p> <p> GroupMap in the wild</p> <p>over 90% of the group rated the GroupMap software as very good or excellent for knowledge exchange and sharing, collaboration, and contribution to the objectives of the workshop.</p> <p>Bridget HalbertManager External RelationsCorporate Relations &amp; Development</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>WHAT ARE OUTPUTS?</p> <p>32</p> <p>Stakeholder MappingPublic Map via FaceBookFormat: Virtual public teams</p> <p>Identify key stakeholders in any project, ranked against power and interestIdentify project stakeholders on your own mapThese are then pooled to get all stakeholders, and their relative size and importance on the groupmap.</p> <p>alreadya great tool for large project teams to use to quickly brainstorm and analyse their stakeholders</p> <p>Stakeholdermap.com</p> <p>Project retrospectives</p> <p>Format: F2F or distributed teams</p> <p>Conduct agile retrospectives to improve iterative sprint outcomes.Use standard question sets or create your own variations.Use dot voting to focus on key issues, ideas and improvements.</p> <p>the beauty of the site is its simplicity, and yet a powerful communication tool</p> <p>Lisa owensCOOMountaingoat Software</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>HOW DOES IT WORK?</p> <p>36</p> <p>Visit www.groupmap.com and wait for password.</p> <p>Laptop or tablet with current browser Chrome, Safari, IE9+, Firefox 16</p> <p>Add and rank the companies in Enterprise Search.</p> <p>Lets build a Magic Quadrant</p> <p> Shareable Link - http://bit.ly/HR1EzdMap password - creative elk</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>KEY DIFFERENTORS?</p> <p>39</p> <p>Anywhere, anytime, safely, easily</p> <p>Anonymous, collaborative, customisable </p> <p>Where we best fit.</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>THE FUTURE?</p> <p>43</p> <p>Enterprise social software market including collaboration software approaching $1bn/year WWGartner 2011 </p> <p>Collaboration Apps for Meeting #4 in Top 10 Commercial Applications for tablet devicesGartner 2011 </p> <p>3</p> <p>meetings a year</p> <p>est.</p> <p>Socialcast 2010</p> <p>Billion</p> <p>Future of Work Survey 2011</p> <p>use of internal collaboration tools to become more widespread</p> <p>adoption driven by younger workers</p> <p>whats the demand?</p> <p>Of this spend, enterprise social software sits at around $1bn/ year and growingWhat we are most excited about is the projected growth for collaboration apps in meetings over the next five years.</p> <p>References(http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/handle/10125/15405/Liu_LiteratureReview.pdf?sequence=1) http://www.engaging-technologies.com/using-clickers.htmlhttp://www.replysystems.com/about-fleetwoodgroup.shtmlhttp://www.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474977373021</p> <p>44</p> <p>Partnership with Curtin University.Develop group insight capability.Collaboration Software Provider and online meeting tool integration e.g. Google HangoutsExit / License with other online collaboration and online meeting tools.</p> <p>Future plans</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>WANT MORE?</p> <p>47</p> <p>Online Collaboration Activities</p> <p>www.GroupMap.com</p> <p>Where to find us</p> <p>www.facebook.com/groupmap</p> <p>@groupmapapp</p> <p>info@groupmap.com</p> <p>GroupMap Technology</p> <p>48</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>ANY QUESTIONS?</p> <p>49</p> <p>For online collaborative activities</p> <p>GroupMap </p> <p>THANK YOU.</p> <p>50</p>