Zegt de ene eindgebruiker tegen de andere … #1

Makayla Lewis on BYOD
(BYOD sketchnote by Makayla Lewis)

Eindgebruiker X:
“Mijn eigen apparaat meenemen naar mijn werk? Maar je denkt toch zeker niet dat ik mijn eigen telefoon of tablet ga gebruiken voor mijn werk? Als mijn baas wil dat ik iets doe dan moet hij ook maar voor het apparaat zorgen! En hoe noem je dat … Bring your own device? Praat eens normaal Nederlands.”

Manager Y:
“OK, we kunnen mensen zeker niet dwingen hun eigen device te gebruiken, maar als ze het wel zouden willen, dan gaan we dat ook mogelijk maken. X, je mag er eentje uitzoeken op mijn kosten. Dat noemen we dan … Bring your corporate device. Dat is normaal Engels.”

Eindgebruiker X:
“Wat???? Ik heb al een apparaat van mezelf, je denkt toch zeker niet dat ik met 2 apparaten ga rondlopen?”

Mijn visie:

  • Denk als management na over beide mogelijkheden en maak een keus. Praktische handreikingen vind je in het laatste boekje in de Hoe?Zo! reeks.
  • Probeer als eindgebruiker niet de toegang tot je eigen informatie onmogelijk te maken, dan lijkt het erop alsof je niet wilt. Eerst mopperen dat je niet bij je informatie kan om vervolgens daarna geen apparaat te willen, klinkt als weerstand of moeite met verandering.

Nota bene: Elke gelijkenis met bestaande personen en situaties is op toeval gebaseerd.

3 comments

  1. To whom it may concern:

    I am the author of this sketchnotes image and as stated on my website (www.makaylalewis.co.uk) and below said image on flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/makaylalewis/8653801368/in/set-72157633090981769) this is a ALL RIGHTS RESERVE image and is copyrighted to me the author Makayla Lewis. This image is not free to use and permission has not be obtained to use this image on your website. Could you please contact me (the author of this image) immediately. In the meantime I politely ask that you remove this copyrighted image from your website. Thank you very much for your time, I look forward to hearing from you.

    Regards,

    Makayla

  2. Hi Makayla, as per your request I removed the image.
    However I did look up the license more precisely. Because I did find your image using a image search engine using a filter to show images with a CC-license.
    Now I see Flickr says with your picture:

    “©ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
    These photographs are presented here for viewing purposes ONLY. They are NOT royalty free images and may not be used for commercial or private use. Any such use of these images is strictly prohibited. Specifically, these images may not be copied, manipulated, be reproduced by any other means nor sold without prior written consent by the author.
    This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.”

    Maybe my understanding is incorrect, but aren’t these contradictory?
    The first paragraf saying “All Rights Reserved” but the CC-license saying:
    “Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported”
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/

    I thougt by attributing this work to you and link back to you I had done the right thing.

    However, I removed the picture. I really liked it! And… I admire your creativity/ability to draw these things during a conference!

  3. Thank you very much for your response.

    Yes my sketchnotes are all rights reserved however people were getting very confused by what that means (a lot of people prefer cc licenses) so I attached the most restricted cc license which requires “Attribution — You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work)” which your post has not done if obtain that information you would have to contact me, this was not done. This information was always on flickr but was not easily seen/found before the recent major Flickr user interface change which is a shame it is a lot cleaner interface now, this is not your fault at all.

    I really do not mind people reposting my work at all its nice that people find my sketchnotes useful as I do it for fun however it is polite to ask and attribute correctly. If this would have been done I was have granted permission and would have asked you to add my name (with a link to my website) to your post i.e. so that your readers are aware who created the work it was not clear in your post that you did not create it. Its not a lot to ask is it?

    Again I have no problem with you or others displaying my work. I am glad that you have responded quickly if you would still like to use the image it is ok but please attribute correctly.

    Regards,

    Makayla

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