While I do a lot of speaking sessions and workshops during the year, it is actually unusual for me to do anything in my home town. Therefore it is a bit of a surprise to me that in a couple of days I will be presenting a talk in Christchurch at the local chapter of the IITP (Institute of IT Professionals).
Many firms are struggling with collaboration technology. Either it’s been installed and is not being used, or they are not sure what to do. How do you make great decisions about collaboration technology and its use within organizations?
In this presentation, Michael Sampson addresses why having great collaboration technology available is not enough, and outlines an approach for achieving success, with an emphasis on vision, governance, business engagement, and user adoption.
You will need to register if you want to attend.
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