Category Archive: Presentations

Design-led Business Analysis in Practice at the University of Sydney Business School

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Introducing the next generation of business analysts at the University of Sydney Business School to design-led requirements gathering techniques.

Escaping the ‘Digital Workplace’

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Technology must enable human connection, not substitute or erode it.

Govcamp 2013: Moving the needle

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Recording of James’ presentation, Moving the needle, at GovCamp 2013.

Understanding and building social influence inside the enterprise

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Why should you build a personal brand internally on an enterprise social network? Its all about influence, information flow, social support and career advancement.

The Power of Personas

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How can personas help to inform the design of your social media strategy or an enterprise social software solution?

Report on the State of Social Business in the Airline Industry 2012

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In depth analysis of each airline’s social media scope across a bevy of platforms including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr, Flickr, LinkedIn, Blogs and Mobile Apps.

Recording of Kick-Ass Collaboration Everywhere with Confluence

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Interested in applying a user-centred design approach to implementing a social business platform or social intranet? Watch a recording of James’ presentation from the Atlassian Summit, held in San Francisco.

Understanding time, place and context for mobile computing in the enterprise

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From our new report, Designing Mobile Apps: A Roadmap for Businesses, situational maps are intended to help designers explore possible scenarios where mobile apps could be used.

Four critical success factors for enterprise mobile app design

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From our new report, Designing Mobile Apps: A Roadmap for Businesses, this diagram provides a summary of the four critical success factors for enterprise mobile app design.

Social Business by Design and The Connected Company Book Launches

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Social Business By Design is the definitive management book on how to rethink the modern organization in the social media era. The Connected Company examines what they are doing, why they are doing it, and how it works.