Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT / Frankfurt 2009 - Improving the Collaborative Performance

Conference Programm Day 2

08:30

Best-Practices on Collaboration 2.0

    Speaker:
  • Jérôme Poujardieu WW Business Development Manager, Dassault Systèmes
    Jérôme Poujardieu, Dassault Systèmes
    Moderator:
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Koch Professur für Programmierung kooperativer Systeme, Universität der Bundeswehr München
    Prof. Dr. Michael Koch, Universität der Bundeswehr München
Improving ad hoc collaboration and knowledge work by the use of an enterprise wiki combined with social networking features - that's the Enterprise 2.0 practice scenario being discussed in this panel. Key questions are the challenges and lessons learned. Improving ad hoc collaboration and knowledge work by the use of an enterprise wiki combined with social networking features - that's the Enterprise 2.0 practice scenario being discussed in this panel. Key questions are the challenges and lessons learned.
08:30

Discussion: Organizational Schemes for the Enterprise 2.0

    Discussion:
  • Dr. Peter Schütt Leader Social Business Strategy & Knowledge Management, IBM Deutschland
    Dr. Peter Schütt, IBM Deutschland
    Moderator:
  • Mark Masterson Enterprise architect, troublemaker, CSC Computer Sciences Limited
    Mark Masterson, CSC Computer Sciences Limited
The assumptions are sweeping - the next generation of co-workers that grew up with social tools will want a "social environment of work that reflect(s) the social context of the Web" (Gary Hamel). Social and enterprise experts will discuss the controversial question of how future work places will be organized. The assumptions are sweeping - the next generation of co-workers that grew up with social tools will want a "social environment of work that reflect(s) the social context of the Web" (Gary Hamel). Social and enterprise experts will discuss the controversial question of how future work places will be organized.
09:25

Best-Practices on Collaboration 2.0 - ISO

    Speaker:
  • Jan-Henrik Tiedemann Business Analyst, ISO General Secretariat
    Jan-Henrik Tiedemann, ISO General Secretariat
    Moderator:
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Koch Professur für Programmierung kooperativer Systeme, Universität der Bundeswehr München
    Prof. Dr. Michael Koch, Universität der Bundeswehr München
Crowdsourcing and open team collaboration is used for committee work by ISO and a number of national standardization organizations (SNI, DIN, BSI, UNI etc). Key value chain processes around collaborating on the design of standards and agreeing (through voting) on a standards proposal are being supported. Crowdsourcing and open team collaboration is used for committee work by ISO and a number of national standardization organizations (SNI, DIN, BSI, UNI etc). Key value chain processes around collaborating on the design of standards and agreeing (through voting) on a standards proposal are being supported.
09:25

Discussion: Collaborative Infrastructures & Unified Communication

    Speaker:
  • Simon Wardley Software Services Manager / Cloud Computing Strategist, Canonical Ltd.
    Simon Wardley, Canonical Ltd.
    Moderator:
  • Wolf Ingomar Faecks Managing Director Germany, Sapient GmbH
    Wolf Ingomar Faecks, Sapient GmbH
10:10

Coffee Break

10:40

Best-Practices on Innovation Management 2.0

    Speaker:
  • Susanne Möhrl Siemens IT Solutions and Services
    Discussion:
  • Gerhard Käfer Siemens IT Solutions and Services
  • Julien Le Nestour IT Innovation Manager, Schlumberger
    Julien Le Nestour, Schlumberger
    Moderator:
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Koch Professur für Programmierung kooperativer Systeme, Universität der Bundeswehr München
    Prof. Dr. Michael Koch, Universität der Bundeswehr München
10:40

Enterprise 2.0 is more than Wikis & Blogs: BPM 2.0, BI 2.0 & CRM 2.0

    Speaker:
  • Simon Wardley Software Services Manager / Cloud Computing Strategist, Canonical Ltd.
    Simon Wardley, Canonical Ltd.
11:35

Open-Space: Enabling Enterprise 2.0 - Market of Ideas

"Think big, start small and move fast" is an often quoted bon mot for a suitable Enterprise 2.0 strategy. The open space discusses drivers and levers for the initiation, implementation and adoption of Enterprise 2.0 projects. The Market of Ideas collects all the issues and recommendations of the participants on this topic. "Think big, start small and move fast" is an often quoted bon mot for a suitable Enterprise 2.0 strategy. The open space discusses drivers and levers for the initiation, implementation and adoption of Enterprise 2.0 projects. The Market of Ideas collects all the issues and recommendations of the participants on this topic.
12:00

Lunch Break

13:00

Open-Space: Enabling Enterprise 2.0 – Roundtable discussion

"Think big, start small and move fast" is an often quoted bon mot for a suitable Enterprise 2.0 strategy. The open space discusses drivers and levers for the initiation, implementation and adoption of Enterprise 2.0 projects. The main part of the open space the roundtable discussion consists of several roundtables with small workgroups. "Think big, start small and move fast" is an often quoted bon mot for a suitable Enterprise 2.0 strategy. The open space discusses drivers and levers for the initiation, implementation and adoption of Enterprise 2.0 projects. The main part of the open space the roundtable discussion consists of several roundtables with small workgroups.
14:30

Coffee Break

15:00

Open-Space: Enabling Enterprise 2.0 – Presentation of Results

"Think big, start small and move fast" is an often quoted bon mot for a suitable Enterprise 2.0 strategy. The open space discusses drivers and levers for the initiation, implementation and adoption of Enterprise 2.0 projects. At the end of the open space the results of the workgroup discussions will be presented to the full audience. "Think big, start small and move fast" is an often quoted bon mot for a suitable Enterprise 2.0 strategy. The open space discusses drivers and levers for the initiation, implementation and adoption of Enterprise 2.0 projects. At the end of the open space the results of the workgroup discussions will be presented to the full audience.
16:00

Enterprise 2.0: Chance or Fool's Paradise for Business Transformation in Economic Crisis

    Speaker:
  • Dion Hinchcliffe President & CTO, Hinchcliffe & Company
    Dion Hinchcliffe, Hinchcliffe & Company
    Moderator:
  • Simon Wardley Software Services Manager / Cloud Computing Strategist, Canonical Ltd.
    Simon Wardley, Canonical Ltd.
The economic crisis is calling its tribute in many enterprises. The question is whether flexible collaboration and collective enhancement - key aspects of the notion of Enterprise 2.0 - is supporting or hindering the necessary transformation process. In closing the conference this panel will discuss opportunities and threats of Enterprise 2.0 initiatives. The economic crisis is calling its tribute in many enterprises. The question is whether flexible collaboration and collective enhancement - key aspects of the notion of Enterprise 2.0 - is supporting or hindering the necessary transformation process. In closing the conference this panel will discuss opportunities and threats of Enterprise 2.0 initiatives.
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