The Collaboration Roadmap Masterclass is coming to London on September 26, in conjunction with the Interaction 2013 Intranet Conference in London – at which I will be presenting the opening keynote on Collaboration and the Intranet. Tickets to the masterclass are available immediately.
Here’s the details:
“What’s involved in making collaboration work? Too often the approach to success is limited to installing Interact, SharePoint, IBM Connections, Jive, or another platform. In reality, a lot more is needed.
Attend the Collaboration Roadmap Masterclass in London on September 26 to learn and explore the roadmap to success. The masterclass is based on Michael Sampson’s book, Collaboration Roadmap: You’ve Got the Technology—Now What?, and explores topics such as the role of technology, vision, governance, engagement, and user adoption.
The masterclass aims to create collaboration between attendees, and to provide a forum for comparing experiences and approaches. It is suitable for organizations using Interact, Microsoft SharePoint, IBM Connections, Jive, and other enterprise collaboration technology platforms. The masterclass is limited to 20 attendees.
The masterclass is being held the day after the Interaction 2013 Intranet Conference in London, at which Michael Sampson will be presenting the opening keynote on Collaboration and the Intranet. This masterclass is being run in conjunction with the Interaction 2013 Intranet Conference to give conference delegates an opportunity to get a more complete picture of what it takes to make collaboration work. Note that the masterclass is open to any delegate, not just those attending the Interactions 2013 Conference.
The masterclass is facilitated by Michael Sampson, a collaboration strategist based in New Zealand. “
The masterclass is being held at Wallacespace Covent Garden, a very accessible location in London.
For pricing and to registor, see Collaboration Roadmap Masterclass (on Eventbrite). Early Bird pricing is currently available.
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