I leave for Europe on Friday night, and have a busy week lined up for October 1-5. Here’s where I’ll be.
Monday – in London, delivering the User Adoption Strategies public workshop, in association with Collaboration Matters. We’ve got a great group of delegates coming for the day. There are still a few places left if you want to attend / participate. Register
Tuesday – in London, with research interviews in various places. I still have a few openings in the morning if you are available. Please contact me for details.
Wednesday – in London, at the Interactions 2012 conference. At 3.40pm I’ll be presenting a session on The Dangers of Pushing Collaboration Too Far. See the conference web site for more details.
Thursday – in Malmo, at the Stratiteq Social Collaboration Day. I’ll be talking about effective collaboration, with a focus on the roadmap to success, governance, engagement, and user adoption. See the Stratiteq web site for more details.
Friday – in Brussels, at a government ICT conference. I’ll be presenting on using collaboration to enhance organizational efficiency.
Saturday – back to London by train, then plane to Auckland (via Hong Kong) that night.
It’s going to be a great – albeit busy – week. I’m looking forward to it.