This is the week of the annual international Web 2.0 Knowledge Management conference held each year in Boston – always really huge in scale.
They call it Enterprise 2.0, and what that means is basically Web 2.0 or Intranet 2.0 for corporations - ie Behind the Security Firewall
- (nb. Another similar conference was held in Milan a week or so back : former CSC IT geek Laurence Lock Lee is usually one of the featured keynote speakers at this annual event in Milan)
This year a Dutch Knowledge Management guru from Oce, Samuel Driessen, had a complimentary ticket to attend the Boston event, but couldn’t make it (maybe something to do with the fact that he’s been on holidays in Greece !)
So Samuel generously donated his ticket to Mary Abraham, a USA based Knowledge Management consultant, a very practical lady who specialises in Knowledge Management in the Legal arena for Lawyers.
As a thank you, Mary is sharing her notes from the conference – links to these are listed below.
Perhaps some of us will never be able to attend conferences like these – however through Mary’s notes we can get snapshots of what is being shared and debated in Boston.
It is this international generosity of spirit in the international Knowledge Management and Enterprise 2.0 world that I love so much.
So the generosity of these two icons of the Knowledge Management & Enterprise 2.0 world allows to review the conference activities for their relevance to our own organizations - wrt trends for the medium-longer term, if not in the short term due to the GFC etc.
Mary Abraham’s Workshop Notes from Enterprise 2.0 Boston 2010:
- Enterprise 2.0 Black Belt Workshop: Learn from the Vanguard – Part 1 - see Bill Ives' thoughts
- Enterprise 2.0 Black Belt Workshop: Learn from the Vanguard – Part 2 - see Bill Ives' thoughts
- Enterprise 2.0 Black Belt Workshop: Learn from the Vanguard – Bonus Material
- Enterprise 2.0 Black Belt Workshop: Learn from the Vanguard – Part 3
- Community Roles and Adoption Planning – A Critical Component of Org Change Management
- Measuring Success and Business Value- Metrics and Aanlysis
- Positioning Social Collaboration Tools in the Enterprise – Not Another Tool
- Mitigating Real or Perceived Risks
- Great 2.0 Adoption Council Workshop
- Can E2.0 Crack Through KM Culture
- JP Rangaswami E2.0 Conference Keynote
- The Human Network Work
- LEM Lasher Keynote - The C Perspective - a CSC Manager’s perspectives
- Andrew McAfeee Keynote - The State of Enterprise 2.0
- Gentry Underwood Keynote - Innovation Through E2.0
· There may be later posts on the conference which may be found here at Mary Abraham's blog Above and Beyond KM
I recall reading some great posts on Boston E2.0 2009 by Bill Ives - so I'm also looking forward to his 2010 posts - a few already up :
- Selling the Case for Accelerating Business Performance with Enterprise Collaboration Technologies : Enterprise 2.0 Conference Notes
Some other links to Boston E2.0 2010 info :
- my Boston E2.0 2010 tagged items via RSS feeds
- Jack Vinson's Tuesday thoughts on Boston E2.0 2010
- Dion Hinchcliffe on Boston E2.0 2010