IT Project Design
If you are specifying complex IT projects that affect people
across your company, Jenni is a great tool for getting ideas (some innovative,
some simply useful) from every department, evaluating those ideas and
determining your optimal requirements.
For instance, you are planning to redesign your corporate
web site. Rather than leaving overall needs to guesswork or simple surveys,
you can invite everyone in the organisation to suggest functions they
would like to see on the new site.
Then you can use Jenni's idea clustering tools to combine
related suggestions and the evaluation tools in order to determine which
suggestions will bring most value.
One of the best advantages to using Jenni instead of surveys
is that Jenni allows you to ask open questions, such as "what features
would you like to see?" or "In what ways might your division
use [some software product]?" Moreover, Jenni's evaluation module
makes it easy for experts to evaluate ideas and find those that will bring
the most value.
If you are not familiar with Jenni's
ideas campaign approach to Idea Management, read this page (opens in a
new window). It should make it even clearer how Jenni is an ideal
tool for getting enterprise wide needs and ideas for major software projects.