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Tech tools that promote collaboration

Jeff Mohr
November 29, 2017

Tech tools that promote collaboration

Presentation by Jeff Mohr at the Civic Canopy 2017 Collective Impact Summit.

Jeff Mohr

November 29, 2017
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  1. Technology tools that
    promote collaboration
    & drive change

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  2. “If you want to teach people a new
    way of thinking, don't bother trying
    to teach them. Instead, give them a
    tool, the use of which will lead to
    new ways of thinking.”
    ~ R. Buckminster Fuller

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  3. Learn about tools that can support your collaborative
    work
    Discover practical ways to measure the health of
    your network
    Get connected to people who can help you with
    how to implement these tools
    Objectives for today

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  4. Kumu
    www.kumu.io

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  5. Most often done by running surveys (through survey
    monkey or survey gizmo)
    Combination of demographic and relationship
    questions
    Consider including strategy questions as well
    Measuring your network

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  6. 0: Not in my network; I do not know this person
    1: On my radar; I know of this person, but rarely
    communicate or cross paths with them
    2: In my peripheral network; I keep in touch with this person
    and/or occasionally work, socialize or collaborate with
    them
    3: In my core network; I know this person well and/or
    frequently work, collaborate or socialize with them
    Sample relationship strengths

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  7. Civic Network
    www.civicnetwork.io

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  8. A web based tool designed to support
    collaborative efforts.
    Civic Network allows users to
    • create profiles
    • create shared working space for networks and
    collaborative groups
    • share documents, tools, and best practices
    • identify available resources to understand who is doing
    what and where
    What is Civic Network?

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  9. Add
    A Little History. . .

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  10. What would it take for us to work more
    effectively together?

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  11. Key Functions of Civic Network

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  12. Visit the “About” page on www.civicnetwork.io
    • Download “Civic Network Starter Guide” that has step-by-step instructions
    with screenshots to guide you through the key steps to getting started.
    • Check back later for more tutorials!
    Read the Quarterly Civic Network E-Newsletter
    • If you have a created a profile, you’ll receive the e-newsletter at the email
    address you used to create your profile.
    Email [email protected]
    Civic Network Support

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  13. Slack
    www.slack.com

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  14. Real-time communication tool that uses channels to
    organize messages
    Public channels, private channels, and DMs
    An alternative to email (for many teams)
    LOTS of integrations to streamline your work
    Available via phone or computer
    What is Slack?

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  15. Increases transparency
    Easier collaboration across boundaries
    Supports self organization & network way of
    working
    Creates a space where shared learning can
    happen
    Benefits of Slack

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  16. Use for internal Canopy team communication
    Takes the clutter and confusion out of our email inboxes
    Slack channels used to organize types of information,
    communication
    Allows for more personality, creativity, and fun within team
    communication, in turn strengthening relationships and team
    cohesion
    Slack at The Civic Canopy

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  17. Compass
    www.compasshq.com

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  18. A Slack add-on built by Kumu which helps you build
    healthy and effective teams
    Compass analyzes your team’s messages to identify
    the network structure of your team
    See ranked lists of team members by network and
    other metrics
    Easily run surveys from within Slack
    What is Compass?

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