E2.0 SUMMIT 2012
Designing the Social Business Excellence

Conference Schedule / Feb. 08 2012

08:30

Reception & Welcome Coffee

08:50

Best-Practice: Strenghtening Collaboration

    Speaker:
  • Laurent Lehmann DGA Head of Marketing & Member of the Board, CBRE
    Laurent Lehmann, CBRE
  • Mara Tolja Collaboration Community Manager, Deutsche Bank
    Mara Tolja, Deutsche Bank
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Directeur Conférence, n:sight / Kongress Media
    Björn Negelmann, n:sight / Kongress Media
Challenges of the socially enhanced business and project collaboration Governance and management approaches to social collaboration Fostering a better collaboration is a third common use scenario for Enterprise 2.0 initiatives. What are the challenges and success factors for the enterprise wide support of collaboration by the help of social software? Three practice talks present their project approaches and lessons learned.
08:50

How-to put the social into process

    Speaker:
  • Bertrand Duperrin Management & Enterprise 2.0 Consultant, NextModernity
    Bertrand Duperrin, NextModernity
    Discussion:
  • Josu Inchaurraga Gómez Social Business Media Portfolio Manager, Ibermática
    Josu Inchaurraga Gómez, Ibermática
  • Mark Masterson Enterprise architect, troublemaker, CSC Computer Sciences Limited
    Mark Masterson, CSC Computer Sciences Limited
  • Emanuele Quintarelli Partner and Social Business Strategist, Open Knowledge
    Emanuele Quintarelli, Open Knowledge
  • Sunny Paris CEO, YOOLINK
    Sunny Paris, YOOLINK
    Moderator:
  • Jane McConnell Strategy and governance advisor for digital workplaces, NetStrategy/JMC
    Jane McConnell, NetStrategy/JMC
Discussion about the connection between the social collaboration and the business process management Key improvement of the social sphere for the structured business processes The panel discusses the interrelationship between social collaboration and business processes. The objective is to point out the advantages and challenges to connect the social sphere closely to the business process management.
08:50

Models for the Social Business Transformation

    Speaker:
  • Nicolas Rolland Social Prospective Director , Danone
    Nicolas Rolland, Danone
  • Jerome Colombe Head of Web Governance , Alcatel-Lucent
    Jerome Colombe, Alcatel-Lucent
  • Na-Young Kwon Chef de produit marketing, SharePoint, Microsoft
    Na-Young Kwon, Microsoft
  • Sophie Planté 3DSwYm CEO, Dassault Systèmes
    Moderator:
  • Luis Suarez Social Computing Evangelist & Community Builder, IBM Spain
    Luis Suarez, IBM Spain
Challenges and concepts for the social business transformation Practical implications for the transformation and change management Change and transformation is the key task of the Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business management. What are the best approaches on setting up new organizational models in the enterprise? What are the need accompanying side action to support and enfoster the change and transformation process? Different project leads are presenting their strategies and concepts on the transformation process.
09:40

Session break

09:50

Best-Practice: Open Innovation

    Speaker:
  • Amaury de Buchet Affiliate Professor, ESCP Europe
    Amaury de Buchet, ESCP Europe
    Discussion:
  • Jean-Yves Huwart CEO, Entreprise Global
    Jean-Yves Huwart, Entreprise Global
  • Anthony Poncier Consulting Director, Lecko, France
    Anthony Poncier, Lecko, France
    Moderator:
  • Lee Provoost Head of Strategy & Transformation, Dachis Group
    Lee Provoost, Dachis Group
Challenges & potentials of open innovation Internal (staff-driven) verus external (customer-driven) innovation concepts Using social software approaches to enhance business innovation processes is another common use scenario for Enterprise 2.0 initiatives. The approach is used both for staff- as well as customer-driven innovation process. Within the session three practice talks show the various concepts and its lessons learned.
09:50

Best-Practice: Regaining Business Agility

    Speaker:
  • Bart Schutte Director, Web & Architecture , Saint-Gobain
    Bart Schutte, Saint-Gobain
  • Judith Matharan Responsable Communication Interne et Digital, Pernod
    Judith Matharan, Pernod
    Moderator:
  • Bertrand Duperrin Management & Enterprise 2.0 Consultant, NextModernity
    Bertrand Duperrin, NextModernity
Challenges for social software approaches with a strong process orientation Key levers and lessons learned for socially enhanced business processes The notion of the social learning idea focuses on the learning that occurs within a social context. It considers that people learn from one another, including such concepts as observational learning, imitation, and modeling. The question to be discussed is how social software and networking approaches can enhance the learning process. Three practice talks discuss their projects and lessons learned.
09:50

Defining the Social Business Analytics

    Speaker:
  • Dr. Alexander Richter Research Associate, Cooperation Systems Center Munich (CSCM), Germany
    Dr. Alexander Richter, Cooperation Systems Center Munich (CSCM), Germany
    Discussion:
  • Peter Kim Chief Strategy Officer , Dachis Group
    Peter Kim, Dachis Group
  • Guillaume Guerin Senior Consultant, LECKO
    Guillaume Guerin, LECKO
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Directeur Conférence, n:sight / Kongress Media
    Björn Negelmann, n:sight / Kongress Media
Concepts for the measurement of social business activities Challenges and implications for the setup Listening, extracting the relevant information and providing actionable intelligence from the new overwhelming amount of structured and unstructured data being shared in a collaborative workplace becomes the new “super power”. The session addresses the visions, first insights and implications with an introductional talk and an expert discussion.
10:40

Coffee break

11:10

Workshop: Dundu - The philosophy that can change a group

    Moderator:
  • Fabian Seewald Director, Dundu-Teambuilding
    Fabian Seewald, Dundu-Teambuilding
DUNDU Performance - Interactive change management
11:30

Interactive Roundtables

    Speaker:
  • Björn Negelmann Directeur Conférence, n:sight / Kongress Media
    Björn Negelmann, n:sight / Kongress Media
Social Intranet How-to with Jane McConnell Value Network Mapping with Thierry de Baillon Wiki Adoption Issues with Jean-François Ayel Gamification for the Workplace with Frédéric Williquet DUNDU 1: Coordination & Governance of the Information Flow with Fabian Seewald DUNDU 2: New Forms of Leadership with Prof. Richard Collin Open Roundtable 1 with Anthony Poncier Open Roundtable 2 with Samuel Driessen The "E20 Strategy & Practice Roundtable" is the final session on the first conference day at Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT. The objective of this session is to address open questions and to introduce additional ideas to the conference. The session will be held as a "World Café" with pre-defined and adhoc discussion topics. The discussion is held in three rounds of 15 minutes. The event is concluded with an assessment of the discussed ideas.
12:40

Lunch

14:00

Plenary Discussion: Future Roadmap of Social Business Technology

    Discussion:
  • Ludovic Dubost President & Founder, xWiki
    Ludovic Dubost, xWiki
  • Dennis O'Malley Vice President of Services, Moxie Software, Inc.
    Dennis O'Malley, Moxie Software, Inc.
  • Sunny Paris CEO, YOOLINK
    Sunny Paris, YOOLINK
  • Thomas Pichon Business Developer, blogSpirit
    Thomas Pichon, blogSpirit
  • Sophie Planté 3DSwYm CEO, Dassault Systèmes
  • Yves Darnige ICS Marketing Leader Europe, IBM France
    Yves Darnige, IBM France
  • Christophe Routhieau VP Products and Co-founder, blueKiwi
    Christophe Routhieau, blueKiwi
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Directeur Conférence, n:sight / Kongress Media
    Björn Negelmann, n:sight / Kongress Media
Future developments of the social technology stack Maturity cycle for social software approaches Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business is a change of business paradigms – enabled by new technological concepts. In regards to the future possibilities and challenges it is therefore important to discuss the future roadmaps of these technology concepts. Installed as discussion panel the session provides an overview of different technology concepts and their future developments.
15:00

Keynote Session: Next-Generation Eco-System and its key success factors

    Speaker:
  • Dion Hinchcliffe Chief Strategy Officer, Dachis Group, USA
    Dion Hinchcliffe, Dachis Group, USA
Key challenges and success factors for the social business excellence Business model patterns of the social enterprise The closing session is wrapping up the conference theme and trying to bring together all thoughts and conclude the discussion topics of the conference to a holistic framework for the path to business excellence with the help of a socially enhanced and collaborative organization.
16:15

Conference Results & Closing Note