September 28 & 29, 2020 | Virtual
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consider a stakeholder identification and analysis.
Introduce yourself to key stakeholders (e.g. personal assistant to CEO), if not done by others.
Try to identify a mentor for an on boarding period, try to shadow them
Read more about that company than you need for the job (e.g. look at their investor relations, their code of ethics, at glassdoor, call their support) - smell their culture
Ask for a onboarding/welcome package upfront
Visit their food outlets (cafeteria, coffee corner).
Establish your 100 days target and plan (e.g. intake, digest, output)
You will be you and the circunstances. So, perfroming elicitation activities from the very begining you put a feet into the organization is a must. But to understand what to elicit, what things to be aware, you need to "open the eyes" by performing preparation for elicitation activities which is to understand about the business environment, to understand about the domain, to understand about what stakeholders are key in other organizations that belongs to the domain and the "pains" the have. Tools that can be usefull for you are PESTLE analysis, Porter Five Forces, Zachman Framework first row mainly, Solution Selling/SPIN Selling method.
1. Listen more than you talk but ask lots of questions
2. Show a genuine interest in everyone and everything - be curious!
3. Put any assumptions aside
4. Identify key stakeholders quickly and build bridges with them
I agree with Kiron.
Great input so far everyone, thank you so much!
Think about your own "day in the life" What activities do you perform that would disrupt your day if you did not know how to perform them. What information is needed and where to get it, is it pushed or pulled? Make a list with a schedule, include key persons to help with orientation: Organizational assets and environmental factors, process descriptions and templates, services from and interfaces with other departments, unwritten cultural rules, office and meeting room technology, etc.
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