Storytelling in Projects.

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  • Storytelling in Projects.

    1. Storytelling in Projects. Making Project Communication Human Bas de Baar ProjectShrink.com
    2. “As The Project Shrink I help people find ways to enjoy the diversity of human interaction in their projects and organizations so that they can get out of Bas de Baar their own way andProjectShrink.com achieve their goals.”
    3. 1. Diversity in communication. 2. Stories.3. Essential Conversations. 4. Adventure Travel!
    4. Not everyone enjoys receiving information the same way.
    5. Some see Project Management like this ...Some would like to see Project Management like this ...
    6. 1. Diversity in communication. 2. Stories. 3. Essential Conversations. 4. Adventure Travel!
    7. People connect to and remember stories.Stories are not difficult to “create”.
    8. Individual pieces of information puttogether make a story.
    9. Maps Must-seeLandmarks FolkloreCeremonies
    10. 1. Diversity in communication. 2. Stories.3. Essential Conversations. 4. Adventure Travel!
    11. Certain elements ofa story are universal.
    12. Essential Conversations What does “done” look like? How do we get there?How do we know how far we are? Who cares? Why are you on the project?Why does the project take place?
    13. 1. Diversity in communication. 2. Stories. 3. Essential Conversations. 4. Adventure Travel!
    14. Adventure Travel Metaphor. Participation. Visual. Creative. Less intimidating. Feels natural.
    15. The Big Adventure
    16. Essential ConversationsWhat does “done” look like? How do we get there?How do we know how far we are? Who cares? Why are you on the project?Why does the project take place?
    17. Essential Conversations What does “done” look like? How do we get there?How do we know how far we are? Who cares? Why are you on the project?Why does the project take place?
    18. Adventure Map
    19. Essential Conversations What does “done” look like? How do we get there?How do we know how far we are? Who cares? Why are you on the project? Why does the project take place?
    20. Landmark Map
    21. Essential Conversations What does “done” look like? How do we get there?How do we know how far we are? Who cares? Why are you on the project?Why does the project take place?
    22. Stakeholder Map
    23. Essential Conversations What does “done” look like? How do we get there?How do we know how far we are? Who cares?Why are you on the project?Why does the project take place?
    24. Project Management 2012: Findings of the year
    25. Essential Conversations What does “done” look like? How do we get there? How do we know how far we are? Who cares? Why are you on the project?Why does the project take place?
    26. Because not everyone enjoys receiving information the same way, we need to have alternatives.
    27. Thank you!Bas@ProjectShrink.com Bas de Baar ProjectShrink.com

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