Enterprise 2.0 Conference "Call for Ideas" open through 12/22
Did you know that there's just a few days left to submit your session ideas for the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston. But this is not so much a "Call for Papers" as it is a "Call for Ideas" - an invitation for you to weigh in, share your thoughts and suggest how we can turn good ideas into great sessions. We're using an application that specializes in true crowd-sourcing and idea generation, not simply gathering and voting on sessions. Can the Enterprise 2.0 community, the people who are passionate about leveraging social and collaborative thinking in the enterprise, use these same principals to truly create and shape exceptional conference content? I believe so, but it will take your help!Here's how you can participate:1. Suggest a topic - It does not need to be a fully fleshed out session. Half-baked ideas are welcomed!2. Comment - Take a look at the current submissions with an eye for making them better. Does the submission resonate with you or does it miss the mark? We want to know.3. Suggest speakers - Have you seen someone speak and thought "she would be great at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference"? Now is your chance to tell us!Thanks for your participation!
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