Introducing WIT Learning Lab! Each quarter, members will present possible experiments. Members at the meeting will choose from among the presentations which experiment they will work on. Experiments will be structured as projects; volunteers will be assigned roles and the project will be organized and worked on at the meeting. Follow-up work sessions will be planned.
At the next quarterly meeting, work accomplished will be presented to the group. More experiments will be presented, and another project will be chosen.
- Grow our Salesforce Skills playing with new features, configuration options, tools, etc.
- Grow our soft skills: requirements gathering, project management, testing, training, etc.
- Grow our understanding of how Salesforce can be used. Trend analysis, forecasting, business and industry insights, etc.
- Getting to know each other, expanding and strengthening our network
- Have fun!
- Can be a new implementation or add to existing functionality
- Limited Scope – one pain point or ‘area’. We want projects that can be completed in a quarter. Defining Scope may be part of the project.
- Presenter should have a good working knowledge of ‘business' so they can answer process questions
- Maybe something where a Salesforce app is total overkill but has some interesting data relationships and automation possibilities.
- Does not need to be commercially viable
- Klondike Game – tracking product orders to determine production runs
- Family Gift Exchange – manage gift exchanges so family members get different matches in consecutive years
- Home remodeling – keeping track of vendors, products, timelines, etc.
- Construction – managing multiple small construction projects
- Meal Planning with calorie counts
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