Tell us your personal “aha moment” for the added value of social collaboration!

As we know from the discussions so far, the value from social interactions must be experienced to be really understood. So in order to ignite a little debate we would like to know about your “aha moments” in regards to your “social experiences”! What is your little story from your general “social interaction experiences” (internal or external) that made you convinced on the additional value that is worth the extra effort in connecting with people, checking on timelines, sharing information or posting your thoughts into a network.

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Peter Vander Auwera: Corporate rebels fight mediocrity, and applaud critical thinking!

Today, Peter Vander Auwera answers the questions in our pre-conference interview series. When you talk about Peter, you have to talk about innovation, enthusiasm and being a rebel. But, there’s more to him. He’s also an independent thinker, an event organizer, co-initiator of Corporate Rebels United, member of Change Agents Worldwide, he’s a speaker and […]

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Claire Flanagan: Limiting adoption can sometimes stifle the collaboration and serendipity

Next in line at our pre-conference interviews is Claire Flanagan. She is the director of Business Value Strategy at Jive Software. She has a “solid track record in Enterprise 2.0, social business collaboration strategy, communities and adoption”. This makes her perfect for being part of the expertise panel to discuss “Driving the Engagement & Adoption”.

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Stefan Ehrlich: Social Collaboration in den meisten großen Unternehmen angekommen

Stefan Ehrlich ist Leiter Communication Services der T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH in Dresden. Parallel ist er verantwortlich für das Wissensmanagement im Unternehmen und treibt dabei die Entwicklung der Prozesse und Tools voran. Die T-Systems-Tochter Multimedia Solutions entwickelt internetbasierte Lösungen für Großkonzerne und mittelständische Unternehmen.

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Dan Pontefract: Collaborative, connected and learning-first environment for happier, more innovative, and more productive employees!

Today’s answers in our pre-conference interview serie come from Dan Pontefract, who’s heading the learning and leadership programme of TELUS and who will be one of the keynote speakers at Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT. His focus lies on how to get people more engaged and doing meaningful work. He captured his experience thinking in a book that is called Flat Army: Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization that provides some good frameworks for advancing the transformation process.

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Social Business Hackathon auf der CeBIT

Im Rahmen der Social Business Academy findet an den Nachmittagen des 10. und 11. März 2014 ein Social Business Hackathon statt. Die Social Business Academy ist ein separater Bereich der Social Business Arena für registrierte Besucher. Die Social Business Academy bietet zusätzliche Programmpunkte zum tiefer gehenden Erfahrungsaustausch. Inzwischen steht der Programmrahmen. Dazu gehören speziell organisierte […]

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Rachel Happe: A Community Manager has to inspire, establish and normalize a behavior change, this drives ROI

In this edition of pre-conference interviews we ask Rachel Happe the questions. Rachel is, according to her Twitter profile, “Connector of ideas & people. Fascinated by social dynamics & false truths.”. She’s also the co-founder of The Community Roundtable, dedicated to advancing the business of community. Rachel will share her knowledge and expertise during the […]

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Bernard Marie Chiquet: Spreading the word on Holacracy

In our pre-Summit interview series we turn our attention towards Bernard Marie Chiquet. Bernard is founder of IGI Partners and he is the first Holacracy Master Coach in Europe, the highest degree certification for Holacracy. Bernard will grace us with his presence on the second day of the Enterprise 2.0 Summit. He will team up […]

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