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Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum 2009 - The State of the Nation


Opening presentation by Ross Dawson at Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum 2009

Opening presentation by Ross Dawson at Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum 2009

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  • 1. Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum 2009 8.00am Registration 8.30am The State of the Nation: Enterprise 2.0 9.00am Case Studies: Four leading Australian examples of Enterprise 2.0 10.00am Keynote: JP Rangaswami, BT Design 10.30am Q&A: JP Rangaswami 10.45am Break and networking 11.00am Panel: Enterprise 2.0 in Australia 11.30am IBM: Web 2.0 and the Enterprise - Tools for Enterprise Productivity, Efficiency and Collaboration 11.45am Panel: Social networks in the enterprise 12.20pm Lunch served 12.35pm Keynote: David Backley, Westpac 1.15pm Break and networking 1.35pm Enterprise 2.0 Mini-workshops 3.00pm Optus Business: Mobile workflow in the enterprise 3.15pm Mobile enterprise case study: Tennis Australia 3.30pm Break and networking 3.45pm Practical implementation of Enterprise 2.0 4.10pm Audience roundtables: Implementation 4.30pm Panel: Action and implementation for Enterprise 2.0 in Australia 5.15pm Drinks reception 6.15pm Close
  • 2. Workshops Workshop topic Workshop Leader Business objectives: The foundation of successful social Steven Noble strategies Crowd-sourcing a social media strategy: what works and what Alex Manchester doesn't Enterprise 2.0 will transform the way frontline staff work James Robertson How to establish and implement a governance framework Laurie Lock Lee Improved competitive intelligence through blogs and wikis Brad Howarth Playing Nice: Developing Guidelines and Policies for Social Matt Moore Software use Social networks in the enterprise: buy, build, or use Facebook? Stephen Collins Successfully implementing wikis in the enterprise James Dellow Tapping External Social Networks to Create Business Value Stan Relihan Understanding and leveraging generational change with Web 2.0 Jeff Gilling technologies Using social media to accelerate innovation and product Jenny Williams development Virtual Worlds in the Enterprise – hype or high-performance? David Holloway What does Enterprise 2.0 mean for the IT department? Kate Carruthers
  • 3. Twitter: #e2ef
  • 4. Enterprise 2.0 State of the Nation Ross Dawson Chairman, Future Exploration Network Author, Living Networks and Developing Knowledge-Based Client Relationships
  • 5. What is Enterprise 2.0? The application of Web 2.0, mobile and other emerging technologies to enhance organizational performance. Establishing the organizational structures and processes that will drive success in an intensely competitive connected economy.
  • 6. Trends in enterprise Web 2.0 use Source: McKinsey & Co.
  • 7. Web 2.0 in fast-growing and established companies Source: McKinsey & Co., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • 8. How Web 2.0 is being used Source: McKinsey & Co.
  • 9. The state of the nation •There is activity in ev •Widespread investiga •Key industries and se •What about the econ
  • 10. What drives Enterprise 2.0? Increased productivity Productivity & Faster innovation and product development efficiency More efficient project management Reduced email overload Improved team performance Better internal communication Staff Greater staff engagement engagement Enhanced collaborative behaviours More effective learning & development Easier access to expertise and organizational Knowledge capabilities Enhanced search Attractiveness as an employer Reputation Improved firm reputation Increased visibility in marketplace Source: Implementing Enterprise 2.0, p34
  • 11. Source: Implementing Enterprise 2.0, p40
  • 12. Source: Implementing Enterprise 2.0, p41-42