The Call for Papers for Enterprise 2.0 Conference Boston 2010 closes Friday, December 18. This is your last chance to submit a proposal for the opportunity to present in front of the largest gathering of business leaders and IT professionals employing Enterprise 2.0 technologies.This year, we've partnered with Spigit, Inc. to provide the community with a new collaborative submission and voting experience. Your feedback will be a primary factor for selecting sessions for Boston 2010.We're looking for proposals for sessions in the following topics:
Strategy, Planning and Execution
Driving Adoption and Organizational Change
Social Tools and Applications for the Enterprise
Technology Foundations of Enterprise 2.0
Social Tools and Applications for the SMB
Social Media, Marketing and Customer Engagement
Submissions can be tagged with one of the pre-populated technology areas or a unique topic of the submitter's choice. All submissions will be immediately viewable on a discussion forum, allowing for full transparency. We encourage the entire Enterprise 2.0 community - submitters, attendees and enthusiasts - to review the full lineup of submissions and provide feedback.After the Call for Papers closes, an official voting period will run on the Spigit site from January 6 through January 20. Be sure to participate in the public vote as submissions with the most votes will become conference sessions at the Boston conference. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Manuela Farrell, Conference Manager, at (415) 947-6250.We look forward to hearing your success stories, case studies and lessons learned and the community conversation they generate!
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