We created this online course in order to make it as simple as possible for employees to play a role in Fujitsu's digital transformation. Oktopost has been the single most effective initiative we've introduced to close the gap in digital share of voice between Fujitsu and the competition. Posts by employees have already generated a media value equivalent to US$150,000 , but we're just getting started. The more you post, the further the Fujitsu message spreads.
I understand that there are numerous demands on your time, and that Oktopost is yet another. However, if you spend only five minutes a week posting content that you believe is relevant to your social network, imagine how quickly we'll hit the US$1 million mark in media value. It's within our reach, but we all need to play our part. Happy Oktoposting!
Le management agile prend son envol en réponse à l'environnement turbulent, complexe et imprévisible. Ce contexte où les changements se succèdent à un rythme effréné, nécessite régulièrement des réactions rapides de la part des organisations.
Table of contents:
• The Ins and Outs of Fundamental SharePoint Information Architecture Design
• Make or Break Your Content Management Strategy with Inheritance
• Supporting Articles
• What is Information Architecture and Why is it Important?
• SharePoint 2010 Information Architecture
• Strategic Information Architecture Plans for SharePoint 2010
• Taking Control of Governance
• Want SharePoint Success? Try Dual Architecture.
• Why Create a Taxonomy for SharePoint ECM Implementation
• Five Myths about Taxonomy and SharePoint
• 6 Practical Tips for Designing a Taxonomy
• Setting the Terms in SharePoint 2010. Do Search and Tag Clouds Replace the Need for a Taxonomy?
• SharePoint 2010 Marries Formal and Informal Taxonomies
• SharePoint Governance After-the-fact
• SharePoint Community Wiki
• AIIM Training Module SharePoint Practitioner Course 10 - Architecture and ECM
• Classification...What is it? And How Can it Control the Content Chaos?
• Next Generation Archives: Changing the Game for Better Management and Control
• Capture, Governance, and SharePoint: oh the places you could go!
• 8 Things You Wanted To Know About SharePoint
This presentation will answer your questions about negotiation:
- What does the term negotiation mean?
- Is it a power relationship or collaboration?
- Is the other one my friend or foe?
- What outcomes are we seeking?
- At what cost?
- What about our relationship?
The issue behind project success is often the project manager's ability to positively influence and motivate project team members, since his role is not to manage deliverables but rather the resources that will produce them. This influence is of the utmost importance in the project context along with the way leadership qualities can be improved.
Furthermore, by merely communicating, the project manager can also feel out the mood, motivation and expectations of the entire team. In a nut shell, the human aspect of project management plays a major role in the project manager's work.
This course focuses on the interpersonal skills essential for people working with others.
Participants will learn about themselves and their own communication style in order to more effectively communicate with peers and leaders. Effective communication includes the ability to demonstrate individual leadership and work well with teams.
Special Notes: This event is not a shorter substitute for the H01-3 Project Leadership Seminar. Although similar material is presented, this event has been created from the team member's point of view, and it is targeted towards a more junior audience. Recent participants in the Project Leadership Seminar may find the materials too similar and not gain additional benefits from this seminar.
AGILE software development is a group of software development methodologies based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. It promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development and delivery, a time-boxed iterative approach, and encourages rapid and flexible response to change. It is a conceptual framework that promotes foreseen interactions throughout the development cycle. The Agile Manifesto introduced the term in 2001.
Scrum is one of the methods based on the AGILE software development approach. It is an iterative, incremental framework for project management often seen in AGILE software development type of software engineering. Although the Scrum approach was originally suggested for managing product development projects, its use has focused on the management of software development projects, and it can be used to run software maintenance teams or as a general project/program management approach.
This training event is designed to enable participants to gain a deeper understanding of what negotiation is in general but more specifically for Fujitsu. This practice-oriented, event allows participants to enhance their negotiating knowledge and skills. Different concepts will be discussed, including concepts related to the competitive and collaborative negotiation as well as negotiation skills. The event intends to empower participants to opt for a collaborative rather than a competitive negotiation approach. The event includes presentations, group discussions, role play exercises and a collaborative workshop.
One of the challenges of agile is coming to grips with the role of leaders and managers of self-organizing teams. Many go to the extreme of refusing to exert any influence on their teams at all. Others retain too much of a command-and-control style. Leading a self-organizing team can be a fine line. In this session you will learn the proper ways to influence the path taken by a team to solving the problems given to it. You will learn how to become comfortable in this role. You'll understand why influencing a self-organizing team is neither sneaky nor inappropriate but is necessary.
Recording of a live demo with Salesforce Foundation partner roundCorner. roundCorner demonstrates how their product roundCampus is being utilized at top-tier universities for corporate relations, advancement, recruiting and career services. Presented by Dan Lammot, Founding Partner of roundCorner.
Have you ever written what you thought was a clear, concise email only to have others interpret it quite differently? Just as traditional body language is crucial for getting your spoken message across, virtual body language can make or break written communications.
This course is intended for people having an interest in testing web applications. When this course is complete, you'll be able to write tests that effectively test your applications but also to integrate Selenium in your existing testing processes following the good practices that this tool requires.
If you've ever been nervous about answering business emails, now is the time for you to learn tips and tricks to help you keep that sparkling professional image! Here we'll talk about format, spelling and grammar, and how to keep a perfect tone when responding to clients and those in the workplace.
If you've never replied to a formal email, or you're just unsure of how you should go about professionally answering emails, let me steer you in the right direction. You'll learn some important tips and tricks for maintaining your professional image, as well as standard protocol for writing formal letters, both which are absolutely necessary for responding to emails.
As changes are continuously increasing, managers give in to the weight of overwhelming emotions. Panicked and unable to overcome their own fear, they struggle to manage those of their employees.
How can that rapidly learn to manage their emotions and offer the best of themselves?