E2 Conference Agenda /Call for Papers - Status Report
Registration for E2 Boston 2010 opened a couple of weeks ago and we''re now deep in the process of finalizing the E2 Conference agenda. First off, this week we announced several keynote speakers including:•Eugene Lee, CEO, Socialtext•Andrew McAfee, Principal Research Scientist, Center for Digital Business, MIT Sloan School of Management•JP Rangaswami, CIO and Chief Scientist, BT Design•Murali Sitaram, Vice President and General Manager, Cisco's Enterprise Collaboration Platform•Gentry Underwood, IDEOThere will be more several more keynote speaker announcements in the coming weeks so stay tuned.This year the conference agenda will cover the entire Enterprise 2.0 lifecycle including strategy, execution and performance monitoring. It will focus on business value and will feature conference sessions organized around the following brand new tracks:•Set Your Enterprise 2.0 Strategy•Social Business Applications and Platforms Track•Using Search to Tame Complexity and Discover Opportunity•Socializing With Video: How Emerging Video Applications Will Impact Enterprise Collaboration•Integrating Social Media & Community Approaches•Delivery Strategies: Deploying, Connecting and Mobilizing•Adoption in the Enterprise for PractitionersConference sessions for each of these tracks will be announced in the coming weeks. For those of you who made submissions via the Call for Papers and made it to the Community Selected stage of the process, thank you for your patience. Our Advisory Board is reviewing the E2 Community''s 100 top voted for sessions, and winners will be contacted very soon.While creating and selecting conference sessions for these seven tracks, we''ve focused on providing practical steps and case studies that will drive business value inside the enterprise. We plan to examine the entire Enterprise 2.0 lifecycle, focusing specifically on how deeply Enterprise 2.0 is able to permeate the many layers of business processes and the people that comprise them.Looking forward to announcing the winners of the Call for Papers and sharing the finalized agenda for the Conference with everyone. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 947-6250 with any questions or concerns.
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