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Michel Ezran: Companies seek the Holy Grail: A Smarter Enterprise

Next up in our pre-Summit interview series, Michel Ezran (@MichelEzran). Michel is specialized in new technologies adoption, Social Media, Enterprise Social Networks and Web 2.0. He was the head of the Social Intranet Program for Renault, and is now director of Enterprise 2.0 consulting at Lecko. Michel, you are part of this year’s speaker line-up […]

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Dion Hinchcliffe: Cultivating and actively orchestrating our social ecologies is the next stage

Dion Hinchcliffe (@dhinchcliffe) offers his answers for this episode of our pre-Summit interview series. Dion is the Chief Strategy Officer for the Dachis Group, he’s a thought leader in, and I quote, social business, big data, analytics, service-oriented architecture, agile methods, Social CRM, and supply chain management. Furthermore, he’s a regular keynote speaker and co-author […]

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Emanuele Quintarelli: Organizations are far from leveraging social as an accelerator

Emanuele Quintarelli (@absolutesubzero) continues our pre-summit interview series. Emanuele is a seasoned Enterprise 2.0 / Social Business strategist, co-author, speaker and a “Digital Transformation Leader”. He has launched Netwo.it, the Italian Architecture Summit, the Web 2.0 & Beyond Conference, International Forum on Enterprise 2.0 & the Social Business Forum. He lives and breathes Social Business. […]

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Social Strategy: The need to have a direction

I really should write this article after the Enterprise 2.0 Summit. Looking at the conference schedule you see titles like: Heading from Engagement to Passion in Future Work Performance, Key Factors for Strategic Enablement or Getting Social Aligned to Processes, and there are more examples. Putting all these together will give you a good and […]

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Working Out Loud – Bring the now into your work

In this article Rogier Noort discusses the new meme around “Working Out Loud” and its key ideas. “Working Out Loud” is an approach framed by Bruce Williams and John Stepper in recent discussions in order to help more people in the organization to adopt to the socially enhanced working routines.

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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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