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Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 1 Run campaign April – May (end at close of Q3 to maximize A3 score impact) Key components: – Create a circle or blog to track participation (see this example: https://circles.accenture.com/circle.htm?id=3f8d3b0f-7ae4-4d5f- 81cb-131774f030f3) https://circles.accenture.com/circle.htm?id=3f8d3b0f-7ae4-4d5f- 81cb-131774f030f3 – Publicize through This Week on the Grid each week. Encourage use of blogs/microblogs and #PowerUp – Leverage regional leads in BPO and TfB to promote and encourage participation. Also include a regional aspect to the challenges. Track behaviors through posts and also track A3 before and after. Will model after standard social leaning approach outlined here: https://ts.accenture.com/sites/slt/Docs/Business_Areas/Mana gement%20Consulting/Gamification%20Campaign/Gamificat ion%20Ideas%20for%20Communities.pptx https://ts.accenture.com/sites/slt/Docs/Business_Areas/Mana gement%20Consulting/Gamification%20Campaign/Gamificat ion%20Ideas%20for%20Communities.pptx Behaviors we will target in the campaign: Share your skills/talents: Update MyCV and profile Collaborate: Find and Follow GRID activities and innovation at Accenture: use hashtags, follow circles, find right communities Learn: take a course (technology, innovation), read a book, etc. Innovate: participate in Brightidea, take ITO, build a prototype/tool Work out loud: use the stream, share failures and learnings, ask for help Contribute: App Exchange, ITO outcomes, blog, microblog Enable: support innovation in your team, approve training time, recommend/provide a book or article, lead by example, @target people and groups Regional connections - TBD Community Building - Power Up the Grid
Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 2 If you want to be active on The Grid, you have to let others know who you are, your skills, and your interests. An accurate and current people page makes you ‘findable’ to others looking for innovation help. In the future, People Search will be one way we’ll identify candidates to help with Technology Innovation Projects. Take some time this week to make your profile shine! Read on for tips, links, and best practices… Week 1: Share your skills Power up the Grid
Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 3 If you want to be benefit from The Grid, you have to be ON it! We already have a growing community sharing news, ideas, and energy every day. Where are you? Join the Technology and Innovation communities on the Stream and follow the thought leaders, you will be amazed at what is out there. Read on for tips, links, and best practices… Week 2: Plug in to the Network Power up the Grid
Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 4 How do great ideas flow through an organization? Through our networks. Changing an organization and building a culture of innovation requires a “work out loud” mindset. If you aren’t sharing your experiences, thoughts, discoveries, and ideas with others, you are limiting the power of The Grid. Read on for tips, links, and best practices… Week 3: Use the network to spread ideas Power up the Grid
Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 5 Did you know the 4 habits to maximize creativity are: capture new ideas, take on challenging tasks, broaden your knowledge, and interact with stimulating people? That’s what The Grid is all about! How are you broadening your knowledge? What have you learned recently about Technology? Innovation? BPO? Industry? Read on for tips, links, and best practices… Week 4: Expand your mind Power up the Grid http://georgecouros.ca/ blog/archives/4264
Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 6 Are you enabling your team and colleagues? Innovation is a team sport. We need you AND your team. Don’t keep The Grid to yourself. Share your experiences, encourage others, and clear a path to innovation. Read on for tips, links, and best practices… Week 5: Be a leader Power up the Grid
Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 7 How do you get better at innovation? Practice, Practice, Practice! The Grid offers a variety of ways you can experiment, share ideas, and explore problems. The more we practice innovation, the greater pool of ideas we have to choose from and the greater impact we can have on BPO. Time to get busy! Read on for tips, links, and best practices… Week 6: Innovate! Power up the Grid https://www.google.com/se arch?q=tina+seelig
Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 8 Now that you have connected and shared, amp it up. Micro-blogs on the Stream, likes and targets are great, but to really power up The Grid, we need more! When you take just a little more time to expand on ideas and comments, you build your own personal brand, encourage deeper learning in the organization, and raise the quality of innovation for BPO. Read on for tips, links, and best practices… Week 7: Going above and beyond Power up the Grid
Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 9 Technology Innovation is a GLOBAL movement, with a LOCAL twist. (Global + Local = GLOCAL, get it?) Do you know what’s happening in your location? Are you doing all you can to get your delivery center, office, or region engaged in innovation? Find your local innovation champions and get involved. Then share with other locations so we all benefit. Read on for tips, links, and best practices… Week 8: Go GLOCAL Power up the Grid
Copyright © 2013 Accenture All rights reserved. 10 Thank you to everyone who powered up The Grid! Can you feel the power of Technology Innovation in BPO? If you completed all 8 tasks, you have earned the BPO Technology Innovation Badge. But don’t stop there, keep it up and watch for The Grid 2.0 coming soon. Congratulations! What’s next? Power up the Grid
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