|MOFO SKILL SHARES|
|Participants||Skill-Share Title||Lead facilitator||Co-facillitators||What participants will learn |
|Full session description||Laptop required?||Need a monitor?||Other materials needed for this skill-share? (we'll have hotel wifi)||Agenda / details||Room||In Sched||Assigned Room (Projector: Imperial A. Monitors: 2 in Imperial A, 1 in Franciscan B, 1 in Union Square 3)|
|Tuesday 2-3 pm||2|
|1) Phillip S.|
2) Sam B
4) Jeff N.
5) Brenda H.
6) Rizwan T
|Rockwood #1 - Storytelling||Robert Friedman||Hana Sun, Chrystian Rodriguez, Katie Hendrix||Learn how storytelling builds the relationships we need to strengthen partnerships and move our work forward.||There are many factors that impact partnership, and social identity is one. In this session, you will tell some of your story and hear the stories of your colleagues. This is an exercise in increasing empathy, and increasing capacity for trust and teamwork.||No||No||None||Y||Union Square 2|
|1) Amira 2) Chris D 3) Aurelia 4) Mavis 5) Sabrina 6) Desiree 7) Alan 8) Jessie K 9) Steph W 10) An-Me 11) Jon||Talking about digital security with "normals"||Josh Levy||Rose Regina Lawrence||How to communicate key digital security concepts to audiences that don't think about it every day.||Talking to the public about digital security is hard. There’s so much information out there, much of it contradictory, partially inaccurate, or out of date, and many people are already primed to be confused or to have firm opinions about using this or that technology. We’ll discuss how to communicate and teach security concepts and literacy, and working to develop a digital security mindset and the confidence to act on it, as well as strategies for ensuring that information is up-to-date and accurate.||We'll bring our own||Yes||Whiteboard (preferred) or flip chart, sticky notes, markers.||Y||Franciscan B|
|1) Matthew 7) Samantha|
2)Taís 8) Solana
3) Zannah 9) Meghan
4) Christine 10) Luke
5) Jesse von Doom
6) Kaitlin 11) Chad
|Learning From Experience: Org Learning Methods||Paul Zenke||Abdoul Karim Coulibaly||Please join us for an interactive session exploring organizational learning methods, practices, and resources. ||Organizational learning practices help us support and encourage the collective discovery, sharing, sense making, and application of our organizational knowledge to help fuel the Internet Health movement. This interactive session will help to demystify organizational learning through practical examples, resources, and lightweight methods. Let’s work together to adapt and apply these approaches to support your work and to enhance our overall efficiency and impact. ||No||No||No||Y||Union Square 5|
|1) Andrew L 5) Mandy|
2) Martin 6) Craig
3) Amanda Lee G. 7) Ann Marie
4) Jonathan Leonard 8) Rebecca
|Do Less Work for More Impact- OKR 101||Steven Potter||I can teach you how to become an astronaut, speak a different language, and read your boss's mind all within 15 minutes. ||The likelihood of achieving our goals, whatever they may be, depends on how we talk about them. Mozilla was founded on ambitious goals for the Internet, humanity, and the future of technology. A popular goal-setting methodology is already helping Mozilla to make those ambitious goals a reality. If you want to make an impact, don't do more work. Do the right work. How do you know what's the right work?|
Brace yourself for yet another acronym: OKRs.
|Yes, I'll bring my own.||Yes, please!||Y||Union Square 3/4|
|1) Gideon 6) Stephen|
2) Michael A. 7) Phia
3) Julia 8) Alex
4) Ruzanna 9)
5) Audrey 10) Gvn
|Content sharing & reuse||Abigail Phillips||Do you know the difference between open licenses and copyright and fair use? What is a “license” anyway, and why do you have to consider copyright even if you just want to share your own content? Learn about Creative Commons and be able to tell your friends why CC0 and fair use aren’t licenses.||As members of a community founded on openness, we should understand at a practical level (1) how to make our own work open, and (2) when and how we can reuse the work of others. Following a very basic overview of copyright, this session will look at the different flavors of CC licenses -- both from the perspective of sharing one’s own content and the perspective of reusing someone else’s -- and give a quick nod to a mammoth topic, fair use.||No||Yes, please!||Y||Imperial A|
|1) Lindsey |
3) Paul J
4) Jen C
7) Kevin Z.
8) Jessie K
22) Natalie W
25) Katie P
|26) ErikaD |
27) Sam D
30) Phillip S.
|Mozilla Worldview Project ||Mitchell Baker||Learn more – and share your ideas – about the four proposed principles regarding the nature of the Internet and online life that Mozilla works to develop. ||Review the V0.9 draft of the Mozilla Worldview Project and share feedback on the progress thus far. |
We see the SF All Hands as a great opportunity to share with a wide group of Mozillians the V0.9 draft of the Mozilla Worldview Project and get feedback on the progress thus far. Mozilla Worldview is a far-reaching project which affects all of us Mozillians. This will provide an opportunity for all to view and interact with the project.
We will have a ‘museum style’ set-up and experience, designed to allow teams and people to walk around, view, participate in the project at their own pace.
VISIT THESE LINKS IN ADVANCE IF POSSIBLE:
* Mitchell's blog: https://blog.lizardwrangler.com/2017/03/13/the-worldview-of-mozilla/
* 4 Proposed principles: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ypocCGrMks3Hht_f4FRlc2UASxmT5Fg4023UC5OLsO0/edit#slide=id.g21961ef071_0_0
|Y||Continental Ballroom 1|
|1) Paul J|
2) Jen C
4) Rizwan T
5) Amanda Lee G.
7) OPEN SPOT
8) Sam B
|What the movement for Internet Health can learn from other movements||Charissa Laisy||Katie Parsons||Learn how lessons from a cross-section of social movements can inform the movement for internet health. How to replicate what they got right, and avoid what they frequently get wrong.||We'll draw from our experience on electoral campaigns, the response to the refugee crisis, and the movement for black lives, among others, to inform common lessons in movement building such as: how to set goals and measure impact in a highly qualitative environment, preparing to absorb increased interest in your issue, using digital tools to inform strategy and amplify local stories.||No||No||Flip chart, sticky notes, markers.||Y||Imperial A|
2) Kevin Z.
4) Ann Marie
5) Chris L
8) Rose Regina
9) Camille Fischer
|Mofo Secu II: Encryption strikes back||Aurelia Moser||Chris de Cairos + Rose Regina||Want to brush up on opsec for Mofo internal? Join us to learn more about encryption and set yourself up for private comms on the web||Last all-hands, we hosted a small session on using secure messaging channels, establishing 2FA and operational security to suit everyday interactions at Mofo. This time, we'd like to kick off a second installment, focusing on encryption and how it applies to other aspects of communication and protection for internal mozilla use. We'll talk through the vulnerabilities in our internal tools as well, and try to highlight ways to protect yourself and your communities when interacting online.||Yes||No||Etherpad: https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/mofo-secu||Imperial A|
5) Andrew L
6) OPEN SPOT
7) Jessie K
8) Steph W
|How to measure the impact of our programs||Abdoul Karim Coulibaly||Paul Zenke, Kalpana Simhan||We will guide you on how to setup and implement an impact measurement system using a theory of change approach to track success of a grant, capitalize and communicate learning.||Measuring Mozilla impact and our grants contribution to it has been a recurrent challenge. This session aimed to provide some guidance on what do we mean by impact for an organization like Mozilla, how to measure such impact and establish a clear link between our grant success and Mozilla impact. We will drive the session with practical examples taken from our programs and elsewhere. We will talk more specifically about using a theory of change as a basis to measure for success, how to define proper indicators, data collection methodology, using impact evaluation for organizational learning and how to communicate our learning.||No||Yes||Flipchart, markers, colour cards, sticker. Please||Y||Union Square 3/4|
|Provocative prototyping for change||Martin Skelly||Michelle Thorne Jon Rogers||We will discuss best practice for creating prototypes that encourage critical conversations and debate around a topic or problem with diverse non technical audiences.||Often the issues and debates we need to engage members of the public in around technology are complex. In this session, we will discuss the value of physical objects for telling stories around emergent technologies, debate best practice for creating objects that can raise awareness of an issue, and sketch out ideas for how prototyping could add value to your work area or projects. The session will utilise findings from prototypes that the Open IoT Studio recently created around IoT & Voice, and a student collaboration between the Mozilla Foundation and University of Dundee exploring Future Camera interfaces.||No||A3 paper / sharpies please||Y||Franciscan B|
5) Jesse von Doom
8) Jeff N.
|User Journey Mapping||Jordan Gushwa||Tais de Souza Lessa + Rebecca Lam||What is a user journey and why is it a good artifact to guide user-centric decisions? Join us for a cross-team fun game and mapping exercise.||Journey mapping demands we think about the mental models of our users (rather than our own internal distinctions and org charts) so that a user who enters a journey should have a seamless, coordinated experience across different channels. By participating in this session you will gain a hands on experience with a user journey through a game and will learn techniques that you can apply immediately in your workflow.||Yes||Yes||Yes please: sticky notes, sharpies, paper (letter size), pens or pencils.||Y||Imperial A|
|Do you want to build an email?||Will Easton||Stephanie McVicker||The basics of getting an email out the door to our Mozilla list.||We'll discuss the process that team email goes through for any campaign going to Mozilla subscribers. What do you need to bring to the table? What tools can team email offer to you and your program? How can we target specific groups on our list, and what are the fundamentals of a good email as it fits into a larger campaign?||We'll bring our own||Yes please!||none||Y||Imperial A|
|1) Michael Aukland|
3) Jonathan Leonard
6) Brenda H
|Rockwood #2 - Personal Ecology||Erika Drushka||Sarah Allen, Abby Cabunoc Mayes||Learn how to increase capacity for self-care in order to be in the work for the long run.||The session is a chance to focus on yourself. To create big change in the world, we first need to create change within ourselves. We'll look at our balance, and identify clear next steps to improve our balance and self-care.||No||No||Paper (letter size) and pens or pencils.||Y||Union Square 2|
5) Sam D
|Scrum! It's not just for rugby.||Hannah Kane||Gavin Suntop||You'll learn the basics of Scrum—the roles, rituals, and artifacts that define this lightweight process that can be layered over just about any type of project. Depending on group size, we may also discuss the specifics of how it can be applied to your situation.||Scrum is a lightweight methodology used to manage software and other projects with evolving requirements. Come learn how to "install" scrum for your team or project, and immediately start reaping the benefits: deliver on time and under budget, respond quickly to emerging opportunities, and build a culture of continuous improvement.||Nah||Nope||Flipchart and markers, please!||Y||Union Square 5|
|1) Michael Aukland|
5) Chris L
|Lessons learned from Gov't consumer security campaigns||Camille Fischer||A break-down of two government-led consumer security campaigns; including lessons on process, positive and negative results, managing public resistance.||The session will draw lessons from the Obama Administration's campaigns on BuySecure (chip card usage in the United States) and Lock Down Your Login (MFA). Initiatives took two different approaches 1) industry consensus 2) PSA, but both have lessons of success and failure in driving the public to adopting more secure technologies.||No||No||Pre-printed visuals.||Y||Union Square 5|
2) Paul J
4) Jen C
6) Amanda Lee G.
7) Abdoul Karim
8) Rose Regina
14) Jessie K
16) Rizwan T
|Let’s make beautiful trouble together: A crash course in the "emerging field of carnivalesque realpolitik"||Phillip Smith||“Beautiful Trouble is a crash course in the emerging field of carnivalesque realpolitik, both elegant and incendiary.”|
-- Naomi Klein, author of No Logo & The Shock Doctrine
Learn how to make the revolution irresistible! Specifically, how to infuse your campaigns with creativity and cultural relevance, as well as hands-on work with tools for building successful creative campaigns that will break through the media barricade.
Find out more at http://beautifultrouble.org/
|By introducing to the pattern language of creative activism presented Beautiful Trouble, participants will explore tools that bring strategic guidance, novel approaches, and renewed creativity to campaigns & public engagement work. Specifically, we’ll walk through case studies of activism that employs music, art, theatre, and pranksterism, and then try a strategy exercise call the Spectrum of Allies.|
Beautiful Trouble exists to make the nonviolent revolution irresistible. It does this by providing an ever-growing suite of tools, trainings, and resources for progressive organizations and activists. In this way, it builds a movements for a more just, healthy, and equitable world for all.
More than 10,000 copies of Beautiful Trouble have been sold. The global network reaches 1000s of activists, including a signfiicant focus on the global south. The book has been published in more than six languages and is used in classrooms around the world.
|Would be helpful, indeed, to show case studies.||I'll bring everythign else.||Y||Union Square 3/4||SWITCH|
2) Kevin Z.
5) Ann Marie
13) Sam D
|How to Set Up VPN||Chris De Cairos||Learn what a VPN is for, how to choose a provider, and how to connect to a VPN on your own device.||Virtual Private Networks are used to create a secure, private connection between your computer and a VPN server. This connection can be used to privately use the web on insecure networks (i.e public wifi), while also obfuscating your real IP address and geographical location.|
Selecting a VPN provider is hard (Are their servers fast? Do they store access logs? Do they employ strong encryption protocols? Are they based in a country that actively spies on internet usage?) - So I'll be providing some information and resources that I have collected which might help you choose one that's right for you.
For this session I will deploy a temporary MoFo VPN server that we can all get connected to, in order to familiarize ourselves with the process as well as to learn how to tell if a computer has successfully connected.
|optional for first part|
Laptop or smartphone required if playing around with VPN connections afterwards
6) Brenda H.
|Project Shift: Building Products, Programs and Projects with Empathy||Simona Ramkisson||Learn how Hive Toronto and the YWCA are working to get builders of digital spaces to understand the impact of gendered cyberviolence and how to build with increased empathy||The objective of Project Shift is to bring about systemic change on the issue of cyberviolence against young women. The objective of this project is to train folks who work in various levels of the Information, Communications and Technology sector on using best practices to build projects, programs and products with more empathy and understanding of gendered cyberviolence.||Yes||Yes||Post it, markers||Y||Imperial A|
|Rockwood #3 - Hard Conversations||Melissa Romaine||Robert Friedman||Practice landing a message about collaboration* or conduct** in an impactful, empathetic, and constructive way.|
* collaboration would be creating, addressing, or dissolving work with a network partner;
** conduct would be behavior in violation of Mozilla standards and codes of conduct.
|This session will help participants feel better equipped to address difficulties early, skillfully, and with kindness. We'll practice real conversations to see how they land, and how we can improve as empathetic communicators.||No||No||None||Y||Union Square 2|
3) Andrew L
7) Jonathan Leonard
8) Sam B
12) Jeff N
13) Katie P
|You + the CRM - what is it and how it can support your programs||Arliss Collins, Steph McVicker & Desiree Doucet||The Salesforce “Customer Relationship Management” system, or CRM, will become the main centralized source of data for the Mozilla Network where staff can have a holistic view of network members and their engagement with Mozilla. We will share potential use cases to illustrate the importance of using data and analysis to cultivate stronger relationships with network members. Harness the power of this related data to help you gain more insight into your community. You can use this information to identify key contacts that you may wish to invite to speak at or lead events.||We'll bring our own||Yes please!||Y||Franciscan B|
3) Steph W
4) Paul Z
9) Jesse von Doom
|StoryEngine: Setting up and running a network feedback loop||Christine Prefontaine||Set up your own StoryEngine to capture, analyze, and share stories from your network or program while solidifying engagement, making connections, and generating insights to inform strategy and practice.||Learn how to set up your very own StoryEngine and start capturing, analyzing, and sharing stories from across your network or program. Drawing on developmental evaluation and participatory methodologies, StoryEngine uses in-depth interviews to capture experiences and insights from new and long-time members of Mozilla’s extended network of volunteers, partners, and leaders. Interviews are edited in collaboration with each participant and analyzed to surface learning around challenges, change pathways, impacts, and opportunities. Since launching in June 2016, StoryEngine has conducted almost 100 interviews and is about to begin a second round of analysis. This session will start with a quick overview of how StoryEngine works. We’ll then discuss learnings to date (hint: It delivers waaaay more than stories!) and consider how this approach might be tailored at the program or Internet Health issues level. Most importantly, we’ll discuss ways in which we might close the loop — amplifying the voices or our members and feeding back learning and insights into strategy, outreach, and practice.||NO||NO||Sharpies fine|