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

Conference Schedule / March 21 2013

08:30

Welcome Coffee

08:50

Keynote Session: Organizational Challenge of the Social Enterprise (R)Evolution

    Speaker:
  • Prof. Zwi Segal President, Motiva
    Prof. Zwi Segal, Motiva
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Challenges of the organizational & talent development for the social enterprise (r)evolution Importance of the role of Org. Development and HR for the social enterprise (r)evolution What are the challenges of the organizational & talent development for the social enterprise (r)evolution? What is the role of the OD (Organizational Development) and HR (Human Ressource) department for the social enterprise (r)evolution? Three talks from different perspectives give insights on the critical role of OD & HR for the social initiatives.
09:50

Session Break

10:00

12 Social Process & Collaboration Design

    Speaker:
  • João Günther Amaral Director for Business Development and Innovation, Sonae
    João Günther Amaral, Sonae
    Discussion:
  • Anthony Poncier EMEA Social Business Director, MSLGROUP
    Anthony Poncier, MSLGROUP
  • Emanuele Quintarelli Digital Transformation Practice Leader, Ernst & Young
    Emanuele Quintarelli, Ernst & Young
    Moderator:
  • Cecil Dijoux Blogger, Consultant, Speaker, Author, #hypertextual
    Cecil Dijoux, #hypertextual
Challenges of enabling social collaboration Lessons-Learned on success factors from social collaboration initiatives What should be considered to enable a company-wide social collaboration? For which process and collaboration type social collaboration infrastructures provide the most added value? Starting with two practice reviews the session explores the challenges and success factors from social collaboration initiatives. Key Questions to be answered
10:00

13 Social Group Performance

    Speaker:
  • Cécile Demailly Founder & Executive Consultant, Early Strategies
    Cécile Demailly, Early Strategies
    Moderator:
  • Thierry de Baillon Associate Partner, Transitive Society
    Thierry de Baillon, Transitive Society
Cognitive neuroscience perspective on collective intelligence Network analytics of collaborative environments What are the evaluation methods and measurements for the social group performance? In this session different views on the evaluation and measurement of the group performance - from neuroscience as well as network analysis - are being discussed.
10:00

14 Social Engagement Facilitation

    Speaker:
  • Myriam Gorlier New media manager, Simply Market
    Myriam Gorlier, Simply Market
  • Béatrice Javary Communication Director, Simply Market
    Béatrice Javary, Simply Market
    Discussion:
  • Guillaume Guerin Senior Consultant, LECKO
    Guillaume Guerin, LECKO
    Moderator:
  • Claude Super Social Business Consultant, E-20.CH
    Claude Super, E-20.CH
Challenges of facilitating a strong participation in social environments Lessons-learned on internal community guidance & management What are the challenges and success factors for facilitating a participation in social environments? How should the internal community management be organized? Starting with two project reviews the session elaborates the keys for a best-in-class community management for internal social initiatives. (The first speech will be held in French.)
10:50

Coffee Break

11:20

15 E20 Maturity Strategies

    Speaker:
  • Cordelia Krooß Senior Enterprise Community Manager, BASF SE
    Cordelia Krooß, BASF SE
    Discussion:
  • Lee Bryant MD Europe, Dachis Group
    Lee Bryant, Dachis Group
    Moderator:
  • Rawn Shah Connected Business Blogger, Forbes
    Rawn Shah, Forbes
Challenges of extending social initiatives towards an enterprise-wide scope Lessons-learned from projects on the mass adoption & business transformation stage What are the key questions of social initiatives during different stages of the project maturity cycle? What are the project issues of projects at the mass adoption & business transformation stage? Project leads and experts debate good tactical project practices at the advanced project maturity stage.
11:20

16 Social Networked Organisation

    Discussion:
  • Richard Collin Professor and Executive Partner, NextModernity
    Richard Collin, NextModernity
  • Jon Husband President, Work Design Associates
    Jon Husband, Work Design Associates
  • Thierry de Baillon Associate Partner, Transitive Society
    Thierry de Baillon, Transitive Society
    Moderator:
  • Jenny Ambrozek Participation Architect & Founder, SageNet LLC, USA
    Jenny Ambrozek, SageNet LLC, USA
Framework for a networked structure for the organization Characteristics of the organizational constitution of the networked organization What are the constitutional ideas for the networked organization? What are the key roles and task of the different pillars of this organizational structure? Experts envision and discuss frameworks for the future organizational structure.
11:20

17 Digital Workplace Integration

    Speaker:
  • Daniel Pankatz Digital Media Manager, Deutsche Post DHL
    Daniel Pankatz, Deutsche Post DHL
    Discussion:
  • Jean-Patrice Glafkidès Senior Consultant, Kimind Consulting
    Jean-Patrice Glafkidès, Kimind Consulting
    Moderator:
  • Stephan Schillerwein Digital Workplace Advisor, Schillerwein Net Consulting
    Stephan Schillerwein, Schillerwein Net Consulting
Challenges of enabling the bluecollar workers with social tools Lessons-learned from enterprise-wide initiatives What are the challenges of enabling the bluecollar workers with social tools? What are the lessons learned from first approaches to enterprise-wide digital workplace initiatives? Project leads and experts discuss the requirements for training, tool integration and cultural initiatives.
12:00

Session Break

12:05

18 Management 2.0 Hackathon: Future Leadership & Organisation

    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Interactive workshop with the attendees on principles and success factors for the future leadership and organization model The Management 2.0 Hackathon is an interactive workshop with the objective to define principles and concepts for the future leadership and organziational model. Attendees are forming different working groups and compete in defining the best organizational design guideline.
12:05

19 Social & Open Innovation

    Speaker:
  • Alessandra Pelagallo Program Manager , Telecom Italia
    Alessandra Pelagallo, Telecom Italia
    Discussion:
  • Stéfane Fermigier Founder, Abilian
    Stéfane Fermigier, Abilian
    Moderator:
  • Olivier Reaud Founder, in Principo
    Olivier Reaud, in Principo
Challenges for collaborative innovation processes Lessons-learned for the successful implementation of open innovation initiatives What are the key challenges for the integration of stakeholders into the social business value generation? What are the obstacles to overcome within open innovation initiatives? The session discusses lessons learned and experts' opinions on the improvement & innovation initiatives
13:00

Lunch

14:10

Result Discussion: Management 2.0 Hackathon

    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Presentation & discussion of results of Management 2.0 Hackathon as well as hands-on sessions within the networking area In this session all the results of the Management 2.0 Hackathon workshop as well as of the hands-on sessions within the networking areas will be presented and discussed.
14:50

Keynote Session: Enabling the Social Enterprise Revolution (Part 3)

    Speaker:
  • Euan Semple Independent Advisor, euansemple.com
    Euan Semple, euansemple.com
  • Jean-Luc Valente Chief Executive Officer, blueKiwi Software
    Jean-Luc Valente, blueKiwi Software
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Challenges of the organizational transformation towards a social enterprise Success factors for social change management What are the challenges for the change & transformation management towards the social enterprise? What are the key ideas and practices to integrate the workforce into this process? The closing keynotes give another holistic view on the topic of the "social enterprise (r)evolution".
15:40

Keynote Discussion: From Big Data to the Adaptive Enterprise

    Discussion:
  • Dion Hinchcliffe Chief Strategy Officer, Dachis Group, USA
    Dion Hinchcliffe, Dachis Group, USA
  • Yves Darnige ICS Marketing Leader Europe, IBM France
    Yves Darnige, IBM France
  • Jean-Luc Valente Chief Executive Officer, blueKiwi Software
    Jean-Luc Valente, blueKiwi Software
  • Eric Haddad Head of Southern Europe, Google Enterprise
    Eric Haddad, Google Enterprise
  • Ludovic Dubost President & Founder, xWiki
    Ludovic Dubost, xWiki
    Moderator:
  • Björn Negelmann Head of Research & Conferences, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
    Björn Negelmann, N:Sight Research / Kongress Media, Germany
Future technological trends for the social enterprise Implications of the big data movement for the social enterprise What are the future technological trends regarding the integration of social infrastructure in the digital workplace? The closing technology discussion discusses the implications of the right technology assessment and the big data movement for the social enterprise.
16:20

Conference Results & Closing Note

16:30

Closing & Get Together

21:10

Conference Broschure

21:10

Documentation

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