Friday, May 23, 2008

Enterprise 2.0 Conference Boston

The schedule of programs for the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston is finalized.

If you take a look at Tuesday at 2:15 you will see that I am on the panel: What Blogging Brings to Business. Jessica Lipnack is moderating the panel consisting of me, Bill Ives, Patti Anklam and Caesar Brea.

There are some great keynote sessions, including these two:

Enterprise 2.0 - A State of the Industry Address
Join Carl Frappaolo and Dan Keldsen of AIIM Market Intelligence, as they provide highlights on the first in-depth Enterprise 2.0 market study, including the results of a survey completed by over 400 Enterprise 2.0 users and evaluators.

Enterprise 2.0 Reality Check
You have heard the vision of how Enterprise 2.0 is going to transform the way we work, the way we access and share information and the way we communicate and collaborate in the social enterprise. But how is this grand vision playing out in the real world? Led by Harvard Business School's Andrew McAfee, representatives from forward-thinking enterprises across diverse industries will discuss the true state of Enterprise 2.0 - what's working, what's not and what's next.
Moderator - Andrew McAfee, Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
Don Burke, Intellipedia Doyen, CIA
Ned Lerner, Director of Tools and Technology, Sony Computer Entertainment
Pete Fields, Senior Vice President, eCommerce Division, Wachovia
Sean Dennehy, Intellipedia Evangelist, CIA
Simon Revell, Manager of Enterprise 2.0 Technology Development, Pfizer Ltd

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