Enterprise 2.0 Summit : Social Process and Collaboration Design

Enterprise 2.0 Summit is just around the corner (20-21 Mars in Centre National des Armées in Paris). A great opportunity to meet the worldwide #e20 mob with the likes of Jon Husband and Dion Hinchliffe joining the european list of usual suspects (Emanuele Quintarelli, Bertrand Duperrin, Anthony Poncier, Mark Tamis, Luis Suarez or Lee Bryant).

Within the scope of the E20 project management excellence track, I will moderate a panel : Social Process and Collaboration Design on Thursday. This will be with Emanuele and Anthony as panelists and Joao Gunther Amaral (Sonae) and Anna van Wassenaer-Golla (Favela Fabric) as speakers, telling us their stories. The objective is to provide perspective on what should be considered to enable a company-wide social collaboration and for which process and collaboration type social collaboration infrastructures provide the most added value?

The key questions to be addressed will be :

  • What should be considered to enable a company-wide social collaboration?
  • Adhoc collaboration and defined business processes – what’s the added value of social collaboration models to these workflow paradigms ?
  • For which process and collaboration types social collaboration infrastructures provide the most added value?

See you there !

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