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ELIG Communication & Collaboration requirements by Mind Map: ELIG Communication & Collaboration requirements
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ELIG Communication & Collaboration requirements

Communication & Collaborative tools

e-mailings

'Push' - Broadcast to general and/or specific populations with information/non-urgent messages

Internal?

Info Gathering, Coordination, Dissemination, RFCs

Newsletters

'Push' Quarterly/Biannual format, combining review with news of ELIG agenda in the coming period

Internal and External?

Dissemination, Event information, News

Website information

'Push/Pull' includes substance of emails and newsletters but more permanent in nature. Includes links to ELIG members, projects and ext. partners.

Includes a Blog?

External?

Lobbying, Dissemination, Advocacy, Event Information, RFCs

Collaborative online workspaces

Bounded spaces, with sunrise and sunset to allow a small group to collaborate on specific tasks. Outputs may be used emails, newsletters and on the website

Internal teams

Dissemination/Gathering

Twitter

'Pull' channel to promote ELIG events and projects. Encourage use of appropriate hashtag #ELIG (??) to collate and track ELIG tweets

External?

Dissemination & Conversation

LinkedIn

'Official' member site. Encourage ELIG members who are also on LinkedIn to join.

External

Gathering/Dissemination

Issues

Lack of a common platform

I believe someone mentioned Joomla. I've used this before - it may well do a good job for ELIG. - Paul

Manpower

Limited. Joomla does remove the need to have technical expertise to add/manage content on a site.

Decision making processes

Does this relate decisions about which channel/tool is most appropriate for any given communication/collaboration activity?

Clarity of roles

Buy-in

Policy Development - Once some agreement re: the issues has been reached publish the guidance in easily available policy documents - Paul

Expectations of Interactivity. Is it reasonable to expect much interactivity/response to comms? How might we improve response levels? - Paul

Audience

External

To whom?, Commercial Organisations, Public Sector Organisations, Individuals, Partnerships, Media

About what?, Disseminating information, Gathering information, Lobbying, Getting support, Details of events

Internal

To whom, Workgroups, Web 2.0 Taskforce, Public Policy Group, 'Marketing' (not yet formed), Research (not yet formed), Accreditation (not yet formed), Secretariat, Cross-membership, Advisory Board

About what?, Disseminating information, Gathering information, Lobbying, Getting support, Details of events, Participation, Required actions, Networking, Inter-company cooperation