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414f22b7782336b8272a8772a6ccbfe8744466dd — Nate Ijams 3 years ago master
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## NewsDev

A mono-repository for various projects and reports in the NewsDev section of the Columbia Spectator.

### Projects

#### Thriving, Alignment, and Engagement

An idea document about the purpose and path of the NewsDev section. See the `thriving-accessibility-engagement/` directory.

### Contact Information

Nate Ijams <nate@ijams.me>

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# Thriving, Alignment, and Engagement

An initial look at the purpose and path of NewsDev at the Columbia Spectator.

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\begin{document}

\title{Thriving, Alignment, and Engagement in the Spectator's NewsDev}
\author{Nate Ijams}

\maketitle

\tableofcontents

\section{Thriving, Alignment, and Engagement}

What is thriving, alignment, and engagement? In essence, these are a set of principles which can help to guide a project, goal, team, or idea further along towards the best possible end. Intertwined with it are a set of various tools and ideas which can help us do better.

The following will take you through the basic concept:

\subsection{Thriving}

\begin{itemize}
\item
  identify focus or object (person, object, abstract idea, thing, etc)
\item
  \emph{then}: what would thriving look like for this focus? (growth
  success flourishing success excellence well-being winning)
\end{itemize}

\subsection{Alignment}

\begin{itemize}
\item
  Which factors need to be \textbf{aligned} to allow for thriving to
  occur?

  \begin{itemize}
  \item
    Garden: soil, water, nutrients, freedom from pests, climate/temp
  \item
    Team/Project: clear purpose/roles, standards, trust
  \item
    When these factors are missing, alignment is impossible.
  \end{itemize}
\item
  Methods of bringing alignment to these factors: Strategies, Tactics,
  \& Actions
\end{itemize}

\subsection{Engagement}

\begin{itemize}
\item
  How we actually engage with the aspects of our team, project, idea, and goal.
\item
  The thing we all have to manage for ourselves: we just show up lost,
  OR prepared, interested, energy, etc.
\item
  Engagement gauge
\item
  We can do things to become more engaged
\item
  But we don't do it\ldots{} :( (as a true practice)
\item
  Factors which increase engagement and decrease engagement

  \begin{itemize}
  \item
    \textbf{Two forces in opposite directions --- applies to the
    personal \& collective}
  \item
    Example: top 5 themes (StrengthsFinder) are something that shows you
    what will engage you (content and/or how you approach something),,
    goals,,
  \item
    Minimize exposure to the non-engagement items, maximize exposure to
    engagement items
  \item
    \textbf{The way I engage with a focus will determine how effective I
    am at creating alignment}
  \end{itemize}
\end{itemize}

\section{T.A.E. for NewsDev}

\subsection{Thriving}

\subsubsection{Focus}

\emph{What is our focus or object?}

The NewsDev Section and its relation to the entire Spectator organization.

\subsubsection{Thriving}

\emph{What would thriving/growth/success/excellence/fluorishing look like for this focus?}

A technologically thriving Spectator which effectively communicates information, opinions, and journalism to a broad and engaged audience. In concrete terms, our contributions might be thriving when we have created:

\begin{itemize}
	\item
		Effective new enhancements to journalism for the communication of ideas
	\item
		Easy-to-use tools and workflows which increase newsroom productivity and quality
	\item
		Accessibility:
	\begin{itemize}
		\item Over time: longevity, lasting solutions, permanent creations, not quickly outdated, easy to archive
		\item Over space: accessible to those anywhere in the world
		\item Over ableness: accessible to those with disabilities, whether blind, color blind, deaf, or physically challenged
		\item Over circumstance: different kinds of hardware, software, OSes, internet connections, browsers, etc.
	\end{itemize}
\end{itemize}

\subsubsection{Tools for Thriving}

Thriving vs. Surviving: what does it look like for our section to just be skimming by? To barely be staying in existence? To be doing the minumum that might be required of us? In contrast, what does it look like to thrive (see above)? Where are we now? Are we on the surviving side or thriving side?

\subsection{Alignment}

\emph{Which factors need to be \textbf{aligned} to allow for thriving to
occur?}

\begin{itemize}
	\item Clear purpose and roles: individually and as an entity
	\item Standards: for how we work, for design, for accessibility, for longevity
	\item Trust: a good team environment
	\item Communication: within our team, to all of Spectator, to the audience of spectator.
\end{itemize}

\subsubsection{Tools for Alignment}

\textbf{POM (Purpose, Outcomes, and Methods)}

Purpose: what is the purpose of \_\_\_\_\_?

Outcomes: what does a proper completion of [purpose] look like?

Methods: how do we get to these outcomes?

\textbf{Design Thinking}

Emphathize --> Define --> Ideate --> Prototype --> Test

See https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/5-stages-in-the-design-thinking-process.

\textbf{STA (Strategies, Tactics, Actions)}

\begin{verbatim}
Strategy 1
|
|-> Tactic 1
|   |-> Action 1
|   --> Action 2
|
|-> Tactic 2
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Strategy 2
|
|-> Tactic One
|   |
|   |-> Action 1
\end{verbatim}

\subsection{Engagement}

\emph{How can we actually engage properly with the aspects of our team, project, idea, and goal?}

\begin{itemize}
	\item Meeting attendance
	\item Trello, Text, Email activity
	\item Article projects
	\item Tool development
	\item Standards development: what tools do we use? How do we write code? What principles of design will we follow?
	\item Relationships with other Spec groups
	\item Helping others (reviewing code, suggestions for projects, adjusting your plate to take on more when others must take on less)
\end{itemize}

\subsubsection{Tools for Engagement}

\textbf{Fans on 3} — Fans on 3 can be assessed in 4 different categories: attendance, responsiveness, engagement, and initiative.
\begin{itemize}
\item Attendance
	\begin{itemize}
		\item 3—Attend virtually every meeting and miss very rarely. When they do miss, they provide plenty of notice. They also make their presence felt even when not present at meetings. When there, they're prepared, organized, and have specific goals to achieve.
		\item 2—Attend most meetings, but are absent several times and sometimes provide notice. When they're there, they're cooperative but don't add much and waits for others to take the lead.
		\item 1—Miss meetings frequently and rarely give notice. They are sometimes absent without telling anyone. When they're there, they don't contribute at all and are distracted, bored, etc.
	\end{itemize}
\item Responsiveness
	\begin{itemize}
		\item 3—Proactively replies to messages, emails, and phone calls from their members within a day or even within hours. They don't need to be contacted more than once and always initiates communication. There's no such things as "over communicating" in their book.
		\item 2—Reply within a week and sometimes won't respond without a follow up message or email. Don't take initiative or proactively communicate.
		\item 1—Must be "tracked down," doesn't respond unless multiple messages or emails have been sent, and often makes excuses for why they didn't respond.
	\end{itemize}

\item Engagement
	\begin{itemize}
		\item 3—Feel personal responsibility for the success of the cohort. Very involved in meeting discussions, communication, and activity outside of monthly meetings and Sunday progress sessions.
		\item 2—Participate in the monthly meetings and Sunday progress sessions but isn't very involved outside of them.
		\item 1—Don't bring much to meetings. YPI doesn't exist to them outside of the monthly meetings and Sunday progress sessions. They're not accountable for assigned tasks.
	\end{itemize}

\item Initiative
	\begin{itemize}
		\item 3—Take on tasks without being asked to, and produce excellent results without being supervised. Look for ways to make things even better.
		\item 2—Usually take on tasks only when asked, and produce moderate results but need a little prodding.
		\item 1—Don't take on tasks unless someone insists, work is of low quality and doesn't contribute much value.
	\end{itemize}
\end{itemize}

\textbf{Trello \& Similar} — Centralized system where members of a team can communicate with each other but also facilitates inter-committee communication.

\textbf{Team-Building Activities} 



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