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Friday, November 14 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
15 years on, does your organisation have a clue?

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It was back in 1999 that the Clue Train Manifesto was crafted by an esteemed group of authors and consultants (Christopher Locke, David Weinberge, Doc Searls and Rick Levine) and published on the web.  Later turned into a best-selling book, the 95 theses that made up the Manifesto were a call to action to all businesses operating within the newly connected marketplace.

In the 15 years that have passed, the Internet can be seen to have revolutionised the world that we live in, and massively disrupted the businesses that we work in.  Over this timeframe, we've seen the rise of massively successful internet-based organisations such as Amazon and Google, the social media explosion that led to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and the rest, and the development of the humble mobile phone into the power-packed go-anywhere smartphone and tablet of today.

Along the way, our organisations have looked to harness the power of the network, the social collaboration paradigm and the mobile device to empower their knowledge workers and to improve knowledge sharing, personal productivity and employee retention - leading to the procurement and deployment of solutions like IBM Connections.

In this session, Stuart takes a fresh look at the overall themes of the Clue Train Manifesto and at a number of the key theses relating to internal communications, reviews how IBM Connections might assist in delivering on the promises made all those years ago, and looks to the future to see where further improvements might take us.

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Stuart McIntyre

Social Business Strategist, Social 365
Stuart is an independent Social Business Strategist working to assist organisations worldwide to effectively deploy social platforms to improve their organisational productivity, knowledge sharing and collaboration with partners and customers.  Whilst the journey towards Social... Read More →

Friday November 14, 2014 2:30pm - 3:00pm
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