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Published on February 9, 2009

Author: EEPaul

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Constructing Excellence Collaborative Working Champions Web 2.0 workshop

Integrated collaborative working Developing a Collaborative Working Champions Online Presence Venue: BIW Technologies, Woking 22 January 2009 www.biwtech.com

10.00hrs : Welcome, introductions and apologies (Kevin) P romoting Integrated Collaborative Working – discussion and objective-setting (two groups) Coffee 3. ‘Developing a Collaborative Working Champions Online Presence’ (Paul/Martin to lead all) Aim: to agree the content and style of such a presence and to start developing the network This will take the form of a hands-on workshop where CWC members will explore the potential of different tools and techniques to help them manage information more efficiently, share information, interact, etc LUNCH ‘ Collaborative Working Champions Online ’ (contd) 4. AOB Meeting to close at c. 15.00hrs Agenda

10.00hrs :

Welcome, introductions and apologies (Kevin)

P romoting Integrated Collaborative Working – discussion and objective-setting (two groups)

Coffee

3. ‘Developing a Collaborative Working Champions Online Presence’ (Paul/Martin to lead all)

Aim: to agree the content and style of such a presence and to start developing the network

This will take the form of a hands-on workshop where CWC members will explore the potential of different tools and techniques to help them manage information more efficiently, share information, interact, etc

LUNCH

‘ Collaborative Working Champions Online ’ (contd)

4. AOB

Meeting to close at c. 15.00hrs

How do we avoid just being isolated ‘talking shop(s)’? What can we do to improve communications and promote interaction among and between the two CWC groups? How do we expand awareness of the Collaborative Working Champions (and/or collaborative working)? How might we improve communications with our respective organisations? What can we do to improve communications and promote interaction between the CWC groups and the rest of CE and the industry at large? The Challenge – groups to discuss

How do we avoid just being isolated ‘talking shop(s)’?

What can we do to improve communications and promote interaction among and between the two CWC groups?

How do we expand awareness of the Collaborative Working Champions (and/or collaborative working)?

How might we improve communications with our respective organisations?

What can we do to improve communications and promote interaction between the CWC groups and the rest of CE and the industry at large?

Split into two groups. Each group to establish a list of objectives and potential actions (c. 40 mins) Each group to present (max 5 mins each) Whole group to review, consolidate and prioritise objectives and potential actions (Note: deliverables and activities may be online or offline) The Challenge – groups

Split into two groups.

Each group to establish a list of objectives and potential actions (c. 40 mins)

Each group to present (max 5 mins each)

Whole group to review, consolidate and prioritise objectives and potential actions

(Note: deliverables and activities may be online or offline)

Characteristics of ‘alive’ communities of practice Guidance on creating an online community AEC and ICT What is Web 2.0? Lightning tour of Web 2.0 Then we start working … Creating an ICW community

Characteristics of ‘alive’ communities of practice

Guidance on creating an online community

AEC and ICT

What is Web 2.0?

Lightning tour of Web 2.0

Then we start working …

Design for evolution - Communities are dynamic; change creates new demands or reshape the community. Open a dialogue between inside and outside perspectives - build on the collective experience of community members but bring external information into the dialogue about what the community could achieve. Invite different levels of participation – Accept there will be intense activists, activists and peripheral members, plus outsiders occasionally looking in. Develop both public and private community spaces Focus on value - create events, activities, and relationships that help their potential value emerge and enable them to discover new ways to harvest it. Combine familiarity and excitement - "so community members can develop the relationships they need to be well connected as well as generate the excitement they need to be fully engaged." Create a rhythm for the community - Vibrant communities have a rhythm, ideally somewhere between breathless and sluggish; the beat is likely to change as the community evolves. Communities

Design for evolution - Communities are dynamic; change creates new demands or reshape the community.

Open a dialogue between inside and outside perspectives - build on the collective experience of community members but bring external information into the dialogue about what the community could achieve.

Invite different levels of participation – Accept there will be intense activists, activists and peripheral members, plus outsiders occasionally looking in.

Develop both public and private community spaces

Focus on value - create events, activities, and relationships that help their potential value emerge and enable them to discover new ways to harvest it.

Combine familiarity and excitement - "so community members can develop the relationships they need to be well connected as well as generate the excitement they need to be fully engaged."

Create a rhythm for the community - Vibrant communities have a rhythm, ideally somewhere between breathless and sluggish; the beat is likely to change as the community evolves.

Exist for a reason - a community has to promote a collective goal. Users draw other users - Referrals might bring new members to the site but the community will make them return. Users will surprise you - Issues and themes you find important may never really resonate with your users. A sense of ownership - Regular users will develop a sense of community ownership which could manifest itself in positive and negative ways. You will never please all users - Remember they are in the minority. The first contribution - The easier it is to join a conversation, the more visitors will become contributors. Don't put unnecessary barriers in the way. The interface - Create an easy to use, intuitive user interface. Mischief - Plan for trouble. Set simple rules. Make them explicit. Apply them consistently. Discuss the community openly - Be honest and open about your plans as early as possible. Get feedback from the community to develop better ideas. Communities

Exist for a reason - a community has to promote a collective goal.

Users draw other users - Referrals might bring new members to the site but the community will make them return.

Users will surprise you - Issues and themes you find important may never really resonate with your users.

A sense of ownership - Regular users will develop a sense of community ownership which could manifest itself in positive and negative ways.

You will never please all users - Remember they are in the minority.

The first contribution - The easier it is to join a conversation, the more visitors will become contributors. Don't put unnecessary barriers in the way.

The interface - Create an easy to use, intuitive user interface.

Mischief - Plan for trouble. Set simple rules. Make them explicit. Apply them consistently.

Discuss the community openly - Be honest and open about your plans as early as possible. Get feedback from the community to develop better ideas.

Lifecycle of a CoP Source: Learning to Fly: Practical Knowledge Management (Chris Collison)

“ Construction is technophobic” Not entirely true CAD Mobile telecommunications But “construction is conservative” Websites Email Project collaboration “ Information overload” AEC and ICT

“ Construction is technophobic”

Not entirely true

CAD

Mobile telecommunications

But “construction is conservative”

Websites

Email

Project collaboration

“ Information overload”

Face-to-face Written word Hand drawings Telephone Telegram Telex Fax CAD Email Groupware (eg: Lotus Notes) File transfer protocol (FTP) Websites Intranets, enterprise portals Video- and tele-conferencing Extranets Web-conferencing applications File-sharing (P2P) Instant messaging Discussion forums Home pages (iGoogle) Wikis Blogs, micro-blogs RSS Social networking Social search, tagging, sharing Mashups: Mapping, time-lines, etc Virtual worlds AEC and ICT Cloud computing mobile Web 2.0 BIM SaaS

Face-to-face

Written word

Hand drawings

Telephone

Telegram

Telex

Fax

CAD

Email

Groupware (eg: Lotus Notes)

File transfer protocol (FTP)

Websites

Intranets, enterprise portals

Video- and tele-conferencing

Extranets

Web-conferencing applications

File-sharing (P2P)

Instant messaging

Discussion forums

Home pages (iGoogle)

Wikis

Blogs, micro-blogs

RSS

Social networking

Social search, tagging, sharing

Mashups: Mapping, time-lines, etc

Virtual worlds

What is Web 2.0? the use of web technologies and web design to enhance creativity, information sharing, and, most notably, collaboration among users. Two-way Conversational Non-hierarchical Distributed Web 2.0 – a lightning tour

What is Web 2.0?

the use of web technologies and web design to enhance creativity, information sharing, and, most notably, collaboration among users.

Two-way

Conversational

Non-hierarchical

Distributed

PW presentation to CE champions group - June 2008 Facebook and LinkedIn groups – Summer 2008 Be2camp – October 2008 2009 - Next …? Collaborative Working Champions

PW presentation to CE champions group - June 2008

Facebook and LinkedIn groups – Summer 2008

Be2camp – October 2008

2009 - Next …?

Web 2.0 – a lightning tour Discussion forums Building Constructing Excellence Home pages Static to configurable iGoogle , Google Alerts Wikis Open - Wikipedia Organisation - RIBApedia Internal - Fielden Clegg Bradley Blogs Personal but work-related – eg: ExtranetEvolution.com Corporate – eg: SaaStainability.com Media tool – eg: ZeroChampion , The CJ Foreman , Brickonomics Micro-blogging – Twitter: personal , corporate , media “ Wisdom of crowds”

Discussion forums

Building

Constructing Excellence

Home pages

Static to configurable

iGoogle , Google Alerts

Wikis

Open - Wikipedia

Organisation - RIBApedia

Internal - Fielden Clegg Bradley

Blogs

Personal but work-related – eg: ExtranetEvolution.com

Corporate – eg: SaaStainability.com

Media tool – eg: ZeroChampion , The CJ Foreman , Brickonomics

Micro-blogging – Twitter: personal , corporate , media

Web 2.0 – a lightning tour RSS Feed-readers (local or web-based: Newsgator , Google Reader , etc) RSS publishing (from bloggers, media, corporate, search) Social networking From personal (MySpace, Bebo) … … to professional ( Facebook , LinkedIn ) … to networks/groups ( Ning ) Social search ( Wikia ) , tagging/sharing ( Del.icio.us , Digg, Mag.nolia) Sharing: Documents, presentations, etc (eg: Google Apps) Voice over IP - Skype Calendar - Google Calendar; fixing meetings ( Doodle ) Photos - Flickr Video - YouTube Stuff - Freecycle Mashups: Mapping (Google Maps), time-lines ( Dipity ) Virtual worlds – eg: Second Life

RSS

Feed-readers (local or web-based: Newsgator , Google Reader , etc)

RSS publishing (from bloggers, media, corporate, search)

Social networking

From personal (MySpace, Bebo) …

… to professional ( Facebook , LinkedIn ) … to networks/groups ( Ning )

Social search ( Wikia ) , tagging/sharing ( Del.icio.us , Digg, Mag.nolia)

Sharing:

Documents, presentations, etc (eg: Google Apps)

Voice over IP - Skype

Calendar - Google Calendar; fixing meetings ( Doodle )

Photos - Flickr

Video - YouTube

Stuff - Freecycle

Mashups: Mapping (Google Maps), time-lines ( Dipity )

Virtual worlds – eg: Second Life

 

 

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