E2.0 SUMMIT 2013
Enabling the Social Enterprise (R)Evolution

Conference Schedule / March 20 2013

09:00

Opening & Welcome Note

    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Vision & mission of E20 SUMMIT Breaking the ice for the conference
09:10

Keynote Session: Enabling the Social Enterprise (R)Evolution (Part 1)

    Speaker:
  • Dion Hinchcliffe Chief Strategy Officer, Dachis Group, USA
    Dion Hinchcliffe, Dachis Group, USA
  • Sandy Carter Vice President for Social Business and Collaboration Solutions, IBM
    Sandy Carter, IBM
    Discussion:
  • Richard Collin Professor and Executive Partner, NextModernity
    Richard Collin, NextModernity
  • Michel Ezran Consulting Director & Partner, LECKO
    Michel Ezran, LECKO
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
State of the social enterprise (r)evolution Strategic challenges for the establishment of the social enterprise Success factors for the enablement of a social business transformation What is the state of the social enterprise (r)evolution? Are enterprises on track to cope with the challenges of today's business? What are the current challenges for the transformation toward and enablement of the social enterprise? The keynote session provides an overview about the state of the (r)evolution and discusses the success factors for the further progression.
11:10

Coffee Break

11:30

01 Social Business Assessment

    Speaker:
  • Philippe Borremans Chief Social Media Officer, Van Marcke Group
    Philippe Borremans, Van Marcke Group
    Discussion:
  • Karl Harriau Enterprise Customer Success Manager, Yammer EMEA
    Karl Harriau, Yammer EMEA
    Moderator:
  • Rawn Shah Connected Business Blogger, Forbes
    Rawn Shah, Forbes
Challenges for defining the E20 project scope & objectives Lessons-Learned on achieving management awareness & support What are the challenges for defining the project objectives and project scope for Enterprise 2.0 & Social Enterprise initiatives? What are the arguments and good practices to drive the project assessment? Starting from the review of two practices the session's participants are debating the good & bad practices of setting up and starting an E20 initiatives.
11:30

02 Social Improvement Culture

    Speaker:
  • Louis-Pierre Guillaume Knowledge Management Officer, Schneider-Electric
    Louis-Pierre Guillaume, Schneider-Electric
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Challenges on the cultural shift for knowledge sharing Lessons-Learned on establishing a learning organization What are the challenges on establishing a learning organization as the overall objective for the social enterprise? What are good practices for the cultural shift to get the people on the bandwaggon for the knowledge sharing? The session includes two practice reviews and a discussion with experts on the challenges of enterprise-wide cultural projects.
12:20

Lunch Break

13:50

03 Enterprise 2.0 Adoption Practices

    Speaker:
  • Jean-Jacques Thomas Scientific & Innovation Director, SNCF
    Jean-Jacques Thomas, SNCF
  • Elodie Kolasniewski Knowledge Management Coordinator, Amadeus IT Group
    Elodie Kolasniewski, Amadeus IT Group
    Discussion:
  • Bertrand Duperrin Management & Enterprise 2.0 Consultant, NextModernity
    Bertrand Duperrin, NextModernity
  • Luis Suarez Social Computing evangelist, IBM Software group
    Luis Suarez, IBM Software group
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Challenges of the social infrastructure adoption Lessons-learned on the best adoption roadmap What are the obstacles to overcome and achieve the adoption for the use of a social infrastructure? Are there any general recommendations for a best in class "adoption roadmap"? Along with the review of two adoption practices the discussion explores the challenges and success factors for the adoption of the social infrastructure as a platform for knowledge sharing and collaboration.
13:50

04 Social Knowledge Organization

    Speaker:
  • Martin Roulleaux Dugage VP Management of Innovation, KM and Expertise (MIKE) – Corporate R&D, Areva group
    Martin Roulleaux Dugage, Areva group
    Discussion:
  • Simon Dückert CEO, Consultant, Coach, Cogneon
    Simon Dückert, Cogneon
  • Ludovic Dubost President & Founder, xWiki
    Ludovic Dubost, xWiki
  • Olivier Berard Consultant Senior, Lecko
    Olivier Berard, Lecko
    Moderator:
  • Sebastian Thielke Junior Consultant for Social Business and Enterprise 2.0, Eck Communication
    Sebastian Thielke, Eck Communication
Challenges on new social knowledge management practices Lessons-learned on the social knowledge organization What are the key issues to enhance the knowledge management process within the company? What are the actions to be taken in account to support the effective organization and management of corporate knowledge? This session focusses on the challenges and supporting task to implement effective social knowledge management practices.
13:50

05 Social Talent Management

    Speaker:
  • Alexandre Pachulski Co-founder & VP Products, Talentsoft
    Alexandre Pachulski, Talentsoft
    Moderator:
  • Frédéric Williquet People Manager of HR Consultants for years, now partner at Jamstorming.com, developped a comprehensive and broad view on HR, fredericw.com, Jamstorming.com
    Frédéric Williquet, fredericw.com, Jamstorming.com
Evolution of the talent management practices Challenges of the social talent management What is the state of the evolution in talent management practices? Are the requirements for social networks to provide a buttom-up approach to talent management? The session provides different expert views on the topic of talent management enhanced by social techniques.
14:40

Session Break

14:50

06 Social Enterprise Transformation

    Speaker:
  • Carine De Usatorre Mission Marketing RH et Communication sociale, Électricité de France (EDF)
    Carine De Usatorre, Électricité de France (EDF)
  • Marc Lippa Directeur Associé, Arctus
    Marc Lippa, Arctus
    Discussion:
  • Richard Collin Professor and Executive Partner, NextModernity
    Richard Collin, NextModernity
  • Frédéric Williquet People Manager of HR Consultants for years, now partner at Jamstorming.com, developped a comprehensive and broad view on HR, fredericw.com, Jamstorming.com
    Frédéric Williquet, fredericw.com, Jamstorming.com
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Challenges of the E20 change management Lessons-learned from E20 cultural intiatives How should the Enterprise 2.0 initiative be designed to support an enterprise-wide cultural shift? What are the best approaches to realize a "new" culture - supported by social infrastructure? Starting from the lessons-learned of two culture-driven E20 project reviews the session elaborates the success factors for the cultural change management along with social infrastructure projects.
14:50

07 Social Intranet Evolution

    Speaker:
  • Jane McConnell Strategy and governance advisor for digital workplaces, NetStrategy/JMC
    Jane McConnell, NetStrategy/JMC
    Discussion:
  • Stéphane Aknin Head of Group e-Communications, AXA
    Stéphane Aknin, AXA
  • Marie-Ange Bertrand-Levy Directrice des opérations, Talkspirit
  • Na-Young Kwon SharePoint Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft France
    Na-Young Kwon, Microsoft France
    Moderator:
  • Stephan Schillerwein Digital Workplace Advisor, Schillerwein Net Consulting
    Stephan Schillerwein, Schillerwein Net Consulting
State of the social Intranet evolution Challenges of the social transition of Intranet projects What is the state of the "Social Intranet" evolution - as the "new" maturity stage for Intranet projects? What are the challenges for the transition of Intranet projects towards a "Social Intranet"? The session provides insights from the "Digital Workplace Report" (formerly known as the "Global Intranet Survey") by Jane McConnell and a discussion of the insights with practioneers and experts.
14:50

08 Social Skill & Learning Management

    Speaker:
  • Ellen Trude Consultant & Facilitator, Open Thinking
    Ellen Trude, Open Thinking
    Discussion:
  • Anthony Poncier EMEA Social Business Director, MSLGROUP
    Anthony Poncier, MSLGROUP
  • Harald Schirmer Manager Corporate HR Development & Organizational Development , Continental AG
    Harald Schirmer, Continental AG
    Moderator:
  • Thierry de Baillon Associate Partner, Transitive Society
    Thierry de Baillon, Transitive Society
Challenges of enabling the workforce for social environments Lessons-learned from social skill & learning initiatives What are the challenges of enabling the workforce for social environments? What training and competence building efforts should be provided to result in effective social networking practices? Practioneers and experts in social skill training are discussing lessons-learned and key success factors.
15:40

Coffee Break

16:10

09 Social Workplace Ethics

    Speaker:
  • Rawn Shah Connected Business Blogger, Forbes
    Rawn Shah, Forbes
    Discussion:
  • Lee Bryant MD Europe, Dachis Group
    Lee Bryant, Dachis Group
  • Frank Wolf Managing Consultant, T-Systems MMS
    Frank Wolf, T-Systems MMS
    Moderator:
  • Emanuele Quintarelli Digital Transformation Practice Leader, Ernst & Young
    Emanuele Quintarelli, Ernst & Young
Framework for needed values & cultural imparatives for the social workplace What are the needed values & cultural imparatives for the social workplace? How should those values and ethics be established and settled? Rawn Shah discusses with experts and practioneers a good practice framework.
16:10

10 Digital Workplace Framework

    Speaker:
  • Stephan Schillerwein Digital Workplace Advisor, Schillerwein Net Consulting
    Stephan Schillerwein, Schillerwein Net Consulting
    Discussion:
  • Jon Froda Co-founder, Podio
    Jon Froda, Podio
  • Ana Silva Digital Marketing & Social Media, Sonae Indústria
    Ana Silva, Sonae Indústria
    Moderator:
  • Claude Super Social Business Consultant, E-20.CH
    Claude Super, E-20.CH
Framework for the technological concept of the digital workplace Challenges of the application integration for the digital workplace What is the technological concept of the digital workplace? How should the social infrastructure as well as the legacy applications been integrated for the digital workplace of the future? Stephan Schillerwein discusses with experts and practioneers a conceptual framework for the digital workplace.
16:10

11 Change Methodologies for Social Business

    Speaker:
  • Frédéric Williquet People Manager of HR Consultants for years, now partner at Jamstorming.com, developped a comprehensive and broad view on HR, fredericw.com, Jamstorming.com
    Frédéric Williquet, fredericw.com, Jamstorming.com
    Discussion:
  • Jean Semo Co-Gérant Associé , Avea Partners
    Jean Semo, Avea Partners
  • Marie-Christine Dupont Co-Founder & Co-Gérant, Avea Partners
    Marie-Christine Dupont, Avea Partners
    Moderator:
  • Fabien Grenet Service Designer & Entrepreneur, HENSEN conseil
    Fabien Grenet, HENSEN conseil
Visual design thinking as change management method Lego Serious Play as change management method What are the interesting tools to support the change process principles of the visual design thinking and visual storytelling? How can it be used as method for change management? Experts and practioneers discuss the principles and chances. The workshop includes hands-on practice in visual and graphical language.
16:50

Session Break

16:55

Keynote Session: Enabling the Social Enterprise Revolution (Part 2)

    Speaker:
  • Georg Ell General Manager EMEA, Yammer
    Georg Ell, Yammer
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Challenges of driving projects from adoption towards transformation Challenges of an integrated view towards the social workplace What are driving forces and leverage factors for projects to move from adoption towards transformation? What are the key ideas and practices to provide an integrated view towards the social workplace? The second keynotes session give an additional view on the topic of the "social enterprise (r)evolution".
17:55

Keynote Discussion: Key Adoption Issues for the Social Enterprise (R)Evolution

    Speaker:
  • René Sternberg Science worker (Sociology), University of Magdeburg
    René Sternberg, University of Magdeburg
    Discussion:
  • Stéphane Aknin Head of Group e-Communications, AXA
    Stéphane Aknin, AXA
  • Richard Collin Professor and Executive Partner, NextModernity
    Richard Collin, NextModernity
  • Dion Hinchcliffe Chief Strategy Officer, Dachis Group, USA
    Dion Hinchcliffe, Dachis Group, USA
  • Luis Suarez Social Computing evangelist, IBM Software group
    Luis Suarez, IBM Software group
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Key issues to overcome on the way to the social enterprise A group of Social Business enthusiasts have worked on a set of action statements that have to be worked on in order to advance the E20 projects in the "trough of disillusionment". The statements will be discussed with the topic experts.
19:00

Enterprise 2.0 Meetup @ Soleilles Cowork

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