Collaboration in the e-Workplace
Strategies, Technologies, People & Culture
1-2 June 2005
CNIT, Paris - La Défense, France
See Provisional Programme

Collaboration in the E-Workplace is a two-day conference designed to help you learn how to select and implement collaboration technologies in your organisation. Expert speakers and case studies will address how to combine the key success factors for collaboration projects, including strategy, technology, and people and culture, to achieve strategic business objectives. The programme emphasises practical case studies that illustrate how to implement changes in technology and culture and create a connected and collaborative e-workplace.

Attend Collaboration in the E-Workplace and learn how to put collaboration tools to work in a business environment and turn them into strategic assets that can contribute to increased productivity.

Delegates will learn:

  • Guidelines for defining a collaboration strategy
  • How to choose the right collaborative solutions for the right applications
  • How to deploy and manage collaboration and social networking tools
  • How to use weblogs and wikis in a business environment
  • Strategies, projects and lessons learned in case studies from leading companies
  • Why collaboration requires change management
  • How to create a collaborative work environment
  • Tips for managing a successful collaboration projects
  • Guidelines for evaluating ROI on collaborative initiatives

Who Should Attend?

  • Communication managers
  • Knowledge management professionals
  • Information professionals
  • Intranet, portal and IT managers,
  • Business and functional managers of collaboration projects
  • Marketing, sales, human resources, and R&D managers
  • Managers who want to define a collaboration strategy and integrate collaborative tools into their work environment
See Provisional Programme

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