presented by Kathryn Everest, Social Software Advisor, Jive Software
Social software holds the promise of improving collaboration between people in organizations, which could significantly improve employee retention, engagement, innovation, learning, and productivity.
Designing and implementing these systems, however, can be difficult. People may not work they way they say they do, or may not understand the bigger picture of how a community collaborates, leading to assumptions and requirements that are incorrect.
Using a case study, we will look at how Social Network Analysis aided in a successful implementation of social software, as well as how it influenced the design and deployment.
Find out more about Kathryn and her work at our website >>
CHIFOOd — join us for dinner at East Bank Saloon across the street
Registration, networking, and announcements at CubeSpace
Program followed by questions and answers, and the rafffle.
CHIFOO is the Computer-Human Interaction Forum of Oregon. We are the local chapter of the ACM, the Association of Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group devoted to computer usability. We usually meet the first Wed. of the month at Cubespace, but always check the schedule at chifoo.org..
Official Website: http://www.chifoo.org/
Added by fellene on January 10, 2009