Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT / Frankfurt 2009 - Improving the Collaborative Performance

Conference Programm Day 1

09:30

Enterprise 2.0: Internal value propositions for Uptake?

    Speaker:
  • Oliver Marks Principal, Oliver Marks & Associates
    Oliver Marks, Oliver Marks & Associates
    Discussion:
  • Bertrand Duperrin Senior Consultant, blueKiwi Software
    Bertrand Duperrin, blueKiwi Software
  • Prof. Dr. Joachim Niemeier Executive Consultant and Honorary Professor, University of Stuttgart
    Prof. Dr. Joachim Niemeier, University of Stuttgart
    Moderator:
  • Simon Wardley Software Services Manager / Cloud Computing Strategist, Canonical Ltd.
    Simon Wardley, Canonical Ltd.
The keynote panel discusses what needs to be included in an internal roadmap, as the core project specification and execution plan. It will address different case histories of successful strategic roll-outs, as well as giving insights from an international project at Sony PlayStation from a variety of specific European viewpoints. The keynote panel discusses what needs to be included in an internal roadmap, as the core project specification and execution plan. It will address different case histories of successful strategic roll-outs, as well as giving insights from an international project at Sony PlayStation from a variety of specific European viewpoints.
10:30

Coffee Break

11:00

Best-Practices for Internal Communications 2.0 - Sun

    Speaker:
  • Peter Reiser Chief Architect SunSpace, Sun Microsystems
    Peter Reiser, Sun Microsystems
    Moderator:
  • Stefan Pfeiffer Market Manager ECM & Lotus, IBM Deutschland
    Stefan Pfeiffer, IBM Deutschland
Conversational strategies are seen as a more effective way for assimilating and motivating co-workers in times of crisis. Weblogs and microblogging infrastructures can prove useful for corporate and project communications throughout the enterprise. The panel discusses best practices towards improving corporate communications. Conversational strategies are seen as a more effective way for assimilating and motivating co-workers in times of crisis. Weblogs and microblogging infrastructures can prove useful for corporate and project communications throughout the enterprise. The panel discusses best practices towards improving corporate communications.
11:00

Measuring Collaborative Performance: Due Diligence for Enterprise 2.0

    Speaker:
  • Kjetil Kristensen Principal Consultant, Kristensen Consulting
    Kjetil Kristensen, Kristensen Consulting
    Moderator:
  • Simon Wardley Software Services Manager / Cloud Computing Strategist, Canonical Ltd.
    Simon Wardley, Canonical Ltd.
Many Enterprise 2.0 projects are faced with the question of how to measure the success of the initiative. The panel discusses the concept of collaborative performance and its operationalization as a way to determine and quantify the achievements of E2.0 projects. Many Enterprise 2.0 projects are faced with the question of how to measure the success of the initiative. The panel discusses the concept of collaborative performance and its operationalization as a way to determine and quantify the achievements of E2.0 projects.
11:55

Best-Practices for Knowledge Management 2.0 - Otto

    Speaker:
  • Jan Hendrik Werthmann Project Manager, Otto Group
    Jan Hendrik Werthmann, Otto Group
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Konferenzleitung, Kongress Media
    Björn Negelmann, Kongress Media
Many successful Enterprise 2.0 are bottom-up initiatives that evolve towards strategic importance for the enterprise. This panel discusses such projects from the knowledge management approach of the retailer Otto Group. Many successful Enterprise 2.0 are bottom-up initiatives that evolve towards strategic importance for the enterprise. This panel discusses such projects from the knowledge management approach of the retailer Otto Group.
11:55

How-to Leverage the Power of Feedback and the Law of Participation

    Speaker:
  • Julien Le Nestour IT Innovation Manager, Schlumberger
    Julien Le Nestour, Schlumberger
    Moderator:
  • Lee Bryant MD Europe, Dachis Group
    Lee Bryant, Dachis Group
Participation as a means of gathering feedback from all parts of the organisation is a key element of Enterprise 2.0 projects. This panel focuses on how to best achieve this. Experts and practitioners discuss project structuring and feedback mechanisms, plus the pitfalls to avoid. Participation as a means of gathering feedback from all parts of the organisation is a key element of Enterprise 2.0 projects. This panel focuses on how to best achieve this. Experts and practitioners discuss project structuring and feedback mechanisms, plus the pitfalls to avoid.
11:55

Workshop: The Social Intranet - an Evolution from Content Management or a Revolution by Social Software?

    Moderator:
  • Frank Wolf Managing Consultant, T-Systems MMS
    Frank Wolf, T-Systems MMS
The workshop will discuss if modern social software suites are able to supersede the conventional intranet or if they do coexist and which criteria are key for that decision. The workshop will discuss if modern social software suites are able to supersede the conventional intranet or if they do coexist and which criteria are key for that decision.
12:40

Lunch Break

14:00

Best-Practices for Knowledge Management 2.0

    Speaker:
  • Dennis Marc Busch Knowledge Manager Armed Forces, Deutsche Bundeswehr
    Dennis Marc Busch, Deutsche Bundeswehr
    Moderator:
  • Wolf Ingomar Faecks Managing Director Germany, Sapient GmbH
    Wolf Ingomar Faecks, Sapient GmbH
Improved knowledge sharing and distribution are key objectives of Enterprise 2.0 projects. This panel discusses how a hierarchical organization like the German army has achieved this. Improved knowledge sharing and distribution are key objectives of Enterprise 2.0 projects. This panel discusses how a hierarchical organization like the German army has achieved this.
14:00

New Forms of Leadership in Decentralized Organisation

    Speaker:
  • Lee Bryant MD Europe, Dachis Group
    Lee Bryant, Dachis Group
    Moderator:
  • Bertrand Duperrin Senior Consultant, blueKiwi Software
    Bertrand Duperrin, blueKiwi Software
Enterprise 2.0 initiatives share knowledge more widely around the enterprise, so leadership through superior knowledge is less relevant. This panel discusses new forms of leadership for knowledge-based organizations. Enterprise 2.0 initiatives share knowledge more widely around the enterprise, so leadership through superior knowledge is less relevant. This panel discusses new forms of leadership for knowledge-based organizations.
14:00

Workshop: Rich Media in the Social Workplace

    Moderator:
  • Matthias Tausendpfund Solutions Consultant Marketing & Sales, Open Text Software GmbH
    Matthias Tausendpfund, Open Text Software GmbH
The workshop will discuss the importance of rich media enhancements for collaborative systems and the OpenText approach to it. The workshop will discuss the importance of rich media enhancements for collaborative systems and the OpenText approach to it.
14:55

Best-Practices for Internal Communications 2.0 - Westaflex

    Speaker:
  • Jan Westerbarkey CEO, Westaflex GmbH
    Jan Westerbarkey, Westaflex GmbH
Conversational strategies are seen as a more effective way for assimilating and motivating co-workers in times of crisis. Weblogs and microblogging infrastructures can prove useful for corporate and project communications throughout the enterprise. The panel discusses best practices towards improving corporate communications. Conversational strategies are seen as a more effective way for assimilating and motivating co-workers in times of crisis. Weblogs and microblogging infrastructures can prove useful for corporate and project communications throughout the enterprise. The panel discusses best practices towards improving corporate communications.
14:55

Discussion: E2.0 Implementation Strategies

    Discussion:
  • Dr. Frank Schönefeld Chief Technology Officer, T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH, Germany
    Dr. Frank Schönefeld, T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH, Germany
  • Bertrand Duperrin Senior Consultant, blueKiwi Software
    Bertrand Duperrin, blueKiwi Software
    Moderator:
  • Simon Wardley Software Services Manager / Cloud Computing Strategist, Canonical Ltd.
    Simon Wardley, Canonical Ltd.
From purely bottom-up, towards a top-down deployment, and gradually an integration of both - different E2.0 practices show a wide variety of implementation strategies. Each strategy needs a variety of evaluation methods. This panel compares differents approaches to measuring results. From purely bottom-up, towards a top-down deployment, and gradually an integration of both - different E2.0 practices show a wide variety of implementation strategies. Each strategy needs a variety of evaluation methods. This panel compares differents approaches to measuring results.
15:40

Coffee Break

16:00

Best-Practices on Collaboration 2.0 - CSC

    Speaker:
  • Dr. Alexander Schellong Management Consulting Public Sector, CSC
    Dr. Alexander Schellong, CSC
    Discussion:
  • Charlie Hope Technical Product Manager, CSC
    Charlie Hope, CSC
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Konferenzleitung, Kongress Media
    Björn Negelmann, Kongress Media
Improvement in collaboration is a clear objective for Enterprise 2.0. Different best-practice presentations demonstrate how the effectiveness and efficiency of internal collaboration can be increased by social applications such as internal social networks and socially-enhanced portal solutions. Improvement in collaboration is a clear objective for Enterprise 2.0. Different best-practice presentations demonstrate how the effectiveness and efficiency of internal collaboration can be increased by social applications such as internal social networks and socially-enhanced portal solutions.
16:00

Collaboration Challenge: Preparing Your Workforce

    Speaker:
  • Gil Yehuda Independent Analyst, GilYehuda.com
    Gil Yehuda, GilYehuda.com
    Moderator:
  • Simon Wardley Software Services Manager / Cloud Computing Strategist, Canonical Ltd.
    Simon Wardley, Canonical Ltd.
For the majority of people in the enterprise, the words "Enterprise 2.0" means nothing. Telling the staff about tools and technologies will just get them thinking that it's some IT initiative they can ignore. This panel discusses ways to explain the value of contributing content, commenting on other people's work, leveraging the 'friend of a friend' network, developing internal weak-tie-communities of colleagues. For the majority of people in the enterprise, the words "Enterprise 2.0" means nothing. Telling the staff about tools and technologies will just get them thinking that it's some IT initiative they can ignore. This panel discusses ways to explain the value of contributing content, commenting on other people's work, leveraging the 'friend of a friend' network, developing internal weak-tie-communities of colleagues.
16:00

Workshop: Enterprise 2.0 Guidelines

    Moderator:
  • Wolf Ingomar Faecks Managing Director Germany, Sapient GmbH
    Wolf Ingomar Faecks, Sapient GmbH
The workshop will discuss how to set up Enterprise 2.0 guidelines that help staff to participate in Enterprise 2.0 initiatives. The workshop will discuss how to set up Enterprise 2.0 guidelines that help staff to participate in Enterprise 2.0 initiatives.
16:55

Best-Practices on Collaboration 2.0 - Rheinmetall

    Speaker:
  • Markus Bentele CIO, Rheinmetall AG
    Moderator:
  • Prof. Dr. Joachim Niemeier Executive Consultant and Honorary Professor, University of Stuttgart
    Prof. Dr. Joachim Niemeier, University of Stuttgart
Throughout the power of networking within the enterprise, business processes may be improved by better data, information and knowledge. This panel discusses the best practice of Rheinmetall where a enterprise business-portal has been combined with social enhancements to improve processes. Throughout the power of networking within the enterprise, business processes may be improved by better data, information and knowledge. This panel discusses the best practice of Rheinmetall where a enterprise business-portal has been combined with social enhancements to improve processes.
16:55

Discussion: Enterprise 2.0 in European Corporations: A Multi-Cultural Challenge

    Discussion:
  • Mark Masterson Enterprise architect, troublemaker, CSC Computer Sciences Limited
    Mark Masterson, CSC Computer Sciences Limited
  • Dr. Frank Schönefeld Chief Technology Officer, T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH, Germany
    Dr. Frank Schönefeld, T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH, Germany
  • Bertrand Duperrin Senior Consultant, blueKiwi Software
    Bertrand Duperrin, blueKiwi Software
  • Emanuele Quintarelli Partner and Enterprise 2.0 Strategist, Open Knowledge
    Emanuele Quintarelli, Open Knowledge
    Moderator:
  • Craig Hepburn Director of Social Media Strategy, EMEA, Open Text
    Craig Hepburn, Open Text
In contradiction to the U.S., pan-European companies are facing specific issues in regards to the different cultural backgrounds of their workforce. This panel discusses best practices and strategies to overcome these multi-cultural challenges for enterprise-wide adoption. In contradiction to the U.S., pan-European companies are facing specific issues in regards to the different cultural backgrounds of their workforce. This panel discusses best practices and strategies to overcome these multi-cultural challenges for enterprise-wide adoption.
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