Taking place on 17th May 2006 at the London Hilton Hotel
The new Blogs & Social Media Forum is breaking away from the traditional conference format to help maximise interaction and networking. Conferences need to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience – and the interaction with peers makes this happen. It’s all about engaging in the right conversations.
And, as I would say "Nobody is as clever as everybody."
Effective communication is a challenge for everybody in today’s organisations and social media is all about communication. Knowing what’s being said both inside and outside your organisation is critical and must be understood and controlled. But what exactly is involved?
Examining the impact of wikis, blogs & RSS, the one day forum will combine expert industry insight from leading thinkers in the field of social media technologies with real life case studies. The programme offers an unrivalled learning experience from the moment you sign up.
Make sure you join in the debate with fellow professionals and colleagues. You’ll be able to quiz speakers in small groups and share information and experiences in an informal yet structured environment. There will be wifi so you'll be able to blog throughout the day.
Chaired by Euan Semple, Independent Consultant and ex-Head of Knowledge Management at the BBC.
It has already been a pleasure sitting on the advisory panel and I am really looking forward to the event.
Thanks Lorna for inviting me.