I think we have gotten off to a good start. I will be sending all of you an invitation to contribute to the blog. I granting each team member author privileges so that you can contribute postings, or comments...your choice as to which is best. If there are settings that I should establish as owner of this blog, please let me know...I'm new to this and just learning so all suggestions and help are welcome.
As we move forward to Day 2, I'd like to focus on the end result we want to achieve at the end of this exercise. Our goal is to have, by Wednesday, a demonstration of the potential power of collaborative technology. We recognize we can only touch the tip of the iceberg, but we want to demonstrate how quickly we were able to get this up and running, and achieve a deliverable in a relatively short time. Therefore, we need to make some decisions on our presentation.
First off, should the presentation itself be on the wiki or on the blog? Based on Chris's response, the wiki may be the place to craft the story of collaborative tools. I'd like to decide this by Thursday so that we can start crafting the story (together).
What other tools should we showcase to demonstrate the power of collaborative technology? Remember we only have 15 minutes or so and until next Wednesday morning to prepare.
What information can we share about existing use of collaborative tools in use in the department today?
Can we give a live demonstration of remote access...ie have some of us in various rooms connected, participating and contributing?
I'm sure there is alot more we can think about but this is enough for today. Please feel free to add to this list of questions. Consider this a team meeting....the floor is now open for comments, answers and suggestions! I'll check in again on Day 2.