Enterprise 2.0 Santa Clara 2011

What is Enterprise 2.0?

The way we work is changing rapidly, offering an enormous competitive advantage to those who embrace the new tools that enable contextual, agile and simplified information exchange and collaboration to distributed workforces and networks of partners and customers.

Enterprise 2.0 is the term for the technologies and business practices that liberate the workforce from the constraints of legacy communication and productivity tools like email. It provides business managers with access to the right information at the right time through a web of inter-connected applications, services and devices. Enterprise 2.0 makes accessible the collective intelligence of many, translating to a huge competitive advantage in the form of increased innovation, productivity and agility.

Enterprise 1.0Enterprise 2.0
Hierarchy
Friction
Bureaucracy
Inflexibility
IT-driven technology / Lack of user control
Top down
Centralized
Teams are in one building / one time zone
Silos and boundaries
Need to know
Information systems are structured and dictated
Taxonomies
Overly complex
Closed/ proprietary standards
Scheduled
Long time-to-market cycles
Flat Organization
Ease of Organization Flow
Agility
Flexibility
User-driven technology
Bottom up
Distributed
Teams are global
Fuzzy boundaries, open borders
Transparency
Information systems are emergent
Folksonomies
Simple
Open
On Demand
Short time-to-market cycles

Enterprise 2.0 Conference takes a strategic perspective, emphasizing the bigger picture implications of the technology and the exploration of what is at stake for organizations trying to change not only tools, but also culture and process.

Beyond discussion of the "why", there will also be in-depth opportunities for learning the "how" that will help you bring Enterprise 2.0 to your business.

The Enterprise 2.0 Conference Advisory Board is comprised of leading experts in the fields of technology for business, collaboration, culture change and collective intelligence.

2011 Free Presentations



Monday, November 14
1:00 PM?4:00 PM
Organization Next
Instructor - Daniel Rasmus [Download Daniel Rasmus's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Principal, Daniel W. Rasmus & Author, Management by Design
4:30 PM?6:00 PM
Keynotes
Keynote Speaker - Don Tapscott [Download Don Tapscott's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], CEO, The Tapscott Group; Chairman, Moxie Insight
Keynote Speaker - Daniel Rasmus [Download Daniel Rasmus's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Principal, Daniel W. Rasmus & Author, Management by Design
Tuesday, November 15
10:00 AM?12:00 PM
Keynotes
Keynote Speaker - Andy Wang [Download Andy Wang's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Principal Systems Architect, Genentech
Keynote Speaker - Tim Young [Download Tim Young's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], VP, Social Enterprise, VMware
Keynote Speaker - Kevin Jones [Download Kevin Jones's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Social, Organizational Consultant
Keynote Speaker - Rachel Happe [Download Rachel Happe's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Principal, The Community Roundtable
2:30 PM?3:30 PM
Marketplace Choices: Platforms vs. Products
Panelist - Dennis O'Malley [Download Dennis O'Malley's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], VP of Services, Moxie Software
Panelist - Paul Javid [Download Paul Javid's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Product Manager of Social, Microsoft
3:00 PM?3:20 PM
Bringing Quests to the Enterprise - Sponsored by VMware
Speaker - Alexi Robichaux [Download Alexi Robichaux's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Head of Product Management, Socialcast
4:00 PM?4:20 PM
Gamification for the Enterprise: Learn How to Supercharge Employee Motivation and Encourage Community Contributions - Sponsored by Badgeville
Speaker - Kris Duggan [Download Kris Duggan's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], CEO & Co-Founder, Badgeville
Wednesday, November 16
10:00 AM?12:00 PM
Keynotes
Keynote Speaker - Sandy Carter [Download Sandy Carter's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], VP, Social Business Evangelism and Sales, IBM
Keynote Speaker - Aaron Levie [Download Aaron Levie's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer, Box
1:00 PM?1:20 PM
Beyond a Game Player: IBM Watson Opens Doors for Organizations to Take Advantage of Social and Enterprise Content - Sponsored by IBM
Speaker - Rashmi Vittal [Download Rashmi Vittal's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Sr. Product Marketing Manager, ECM Discovery & Analytics, IBM Software Solutions Group
1:30 PM?1:50 PM
What's Next: Goal-Oriented Social Software - Sponsored by Spigit
Market Leaders Theater - Hutch Carpenter [Download Hutch Carpenter's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Vice President of Products, Spigit
1:30 PM?2:15 PM
5 Key Factors that Made Enterprise Social Media Mission Critical for Nokia ? Sponsored by VMware
Speaker - Angela Huffman Edwards [Download Angela Huffman Edwards's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], IT Manager, Nokia
2:00 PM?2:20 PM
Securing Social Business for Compliant Collaboration - Sponsored by Actiance
Speaker - Norvin Leong [Download Norvin Leong's presentation in .pdf format. Presentation], Director of Product Marketing, Actiance