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The 2.0 Adoption Council Intro @ e2conf


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The 2.0 Adoption Council introduction by Susan Scrupski @ Enterprise 2.0 Conference Boston, June 2010

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The 2.0 Adoption Council Intro @ e2conf

  1. 1. A Community of Practitioners June 2010 Engage. Evangelize. Empower.
  2. 2. Overview The 2009 Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston was a turning point for the Enterprise 2.0 community. For the first time, real “internal evangelists” with real needs and real challenges showed up to discuss their experiences and connect with other subject matter experts in the hope of finding solutions. The 2.0 Adoption Council was formed to provide a home for that Photo credit: Alex Dunne on-going conversation. Now, part of Dachis Group, we celebrate our first birthday here at Enterprise 2.0 Boston 2010 The 2.0 Adoption Council, 6/2010 (c)
  3. 3. Member Qualifications?  Must be actively involved in a 2.0 adoption effort  All levels, titles, departments, LOBs  Strategy and/or deployment  Must work for a large company (10,000+ employees)  Some exceptions for well-known companies  Never less than 5K  Only 2 Seats per Company  Members must commit to community participation and respond to Council research inquiries 3 The 2.0 Adoption Council, 6/2010 (c)
  4. 4. Online Community  Discussion/Sharing takes place on the Jive SBS platform and Yammer  Currently, 132 members  Majority of the members are either Active or Partially Active  New content everyday  Members required to participate minimum of one hour a week. 4 The 2.0 Adoption Council, 6/2010 (c)
  5. 5. Sample Titles in the Council 5 The 2.0 Adoption Council, 6/2010 (c)
  6. 6. Sample Members 6 The 2.0 Adoption Council, 6/2010 (c)
  7. 7. Why a Practitioner Workshop?  Seeing is believing  Members are on the front lines of 2.0 Adoption  Seen it all  Heard it all  Doing it all  Regardless of where you on the adoption spectrum, you will learn something today The 2.0 Adoption Council, 6/2010 (c)
  8. 8. Morning Workshop Agenda Monday, June 14, 2010 Time Title/Speaker 8:30 am Welcome Susan Scrupski 8:45 am Enterprise 2.0 Black Belt Workshop: Learn from the Vanguard •Business Case Jus7fica7on – Ge<ng it sold •Planning – Structure ‐ Staffing – Policy – Mi7ga7on and Response Planning •Adop7on ‐ Making E20 part of your organiza7onal fabric Speakers Megan Murray, Community Manager/Project Coordinator, Booz Allen Hamilton Jamie Pappas, E2.0 & Social Media Strategist, Evangelist, and Community Manager, EMC Corp Rawn Shah, Social SoVware Prac7ces Lead, IBM 10:00 am – Break 10:15 am 10:15 am – Enterprise 2.0 Black Belt Workshop: Learn from the Vanguard (cont’d) 11:45 am 11:45 am Lunch Break
  9. 9. Afternoon Workshop Agenda Monday, June 14, 2010 Time Title/Speaker 1:00 pm AAernoon Welcome/IntroducCons Claire Flanagan 1:05 pm – Community Roles and AdopCon Planning – A CriCcal Component of Org 1:45 pm Change Management Stan Garfield, Community Evangelist, Deloi_e Luis Suarez, Knowledge Manager, Community Builder and Social SoVware Evangelist, IBM 1:45 pm – Measuring Success and Business Value – Metrics and Analysis 2:30 pm Ted Hopton, Wiki Community Manager, United Business Media Donna Cuomo, Chief Informa7on Architect, The MITRE Corpora7on 2:30 pm – Break 2:45 pm 2:45 pm – PosiConing Social CollaboraCon Tools in the Enterprise – Not Another Tool 3:30 pm Bryce Williams, Social Media Consultant – IT, Eli Lilly Richard Rashty, Global Collabora7on Architect, Schneider Electric 3:30 pm – MiCgaCng Real or Perceived Risks 4:15 pm Kevin Jones, Social Media & Network Strategist/Manager, NASA/MSFC Bart Schu_e, Director, Web & Architecture, Saint‐Gobain