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1. Case Study: Creating a Storymap in Real Time as a Product of a High Impact Collaborative Work Session Prepared by: Daniel Rose Omakase Group 2.…
  • 1. Case Study: Creating a Storymap in Real Time as a Product of a High Impact Collaborative Work Session Prepared by: Daniel Rose Omakase Group
  • 2. Background A major telecommunications company, together with representatives from the Province of Alberta First Responders (ie Fire department, Police department, EMS), came together for one day in order to create the vision of the ideal future state of the Province’s Private Radio Communication System. The desired output of the collaborative work session was a visual representation of this ideal future state. Omakase Group was engaged to design and facilitate the collaborative work and to produce the visual model as an output of this work.
  • 3. Session Design Each represented stakeholder group was asked to consider their communication needs from the perspective of a future state table top disaster scenario. Assignment 1: What would each First Responders team need on site? Assignment 2: How would the First Responders team wish to communicate with the other First Responder teams? Assignment 3: Complete the future picture.
  • 4. Storymap Evolution Working with the client in advance of the session to define the disaster scenario, we used this rough sketch to provide context for the participants.
  • 5. Storymap Evolution - Day 1 As participants shared their work, the facilitation team worked on identifying the essential components of the storymap, transcribing them on sticky notes and placing them on the map in real time.
  • 6. Storymap Evolution - Day 1 Each subsequent report added more detail and richness to the map.
  • 7. Storymap Evolution - Day 1 The final assignment of the day included the creation of “speaking points” to use when presenting the storymap. Overarching themes as well as major actors and their relationships had been identified and captured.
  • 8. Storymap Evolution - Day 2
  • 9. Why Visual Metaphors? The function of a metaphor is to illuminate, clarify or explain a concept in a way that cannot be done with literal language. 1 Metaphors are vivid and as such, reduce ambiguity and increase the likelihood that the intent of the message is understood. 1 Metaphors can be used to increase the memorability of concepts since the participant is forced to elaborate the topic and thus produce a stronger memory trace. 1 1 On Interpreting Statements as Metaphor or Irony: Contextual Heuristics and Cognitive Consequences:Albert Katz University of Western Ontario
  • 10. Benefits The shared act of creating the metaphor as a common experience amongst the participants results in deep, rapid understanding of complex concepts.
  • 11. Benefits Reduced down time between stages Work Quality / Organizational Buy In Radically decrease your Facilitated Collaborative Work / Visual Modelling project completion time while simultaneously increasing Ideation Implement Design Iteration work quality and organizational buy in. Traditional Meetings, Conference Calls, Emails Design Ideation Implement Iteration Elapsed Project Time
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