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Enterprise Collaboration & Innovation Platform – Strategy & Implementation Presentation at Enterprise 2.0 Conference

I recently did a presentation at Enterprise 2.0 Conference (2011) @ Boston on how to define the strategy and implement an Enterprise Collaboration platform successfully.

Presentation Link: http://www.box.net/shared/22ojxza8ns6tt4v0v5u2

Following are the topics…

  • Business Needs & Challenges
  • Key Success Factors for a Social Enterprise
  • Social Media Overview & Market
  • Strategy & Approach – 15 Key Steps
  • Requirements & Selection Process
  • Common Risks & Challenges
  • Adoption Strategies – 10 Key Steps
  • Video demo
  • Solution – Business Collaboration Architecture, Technical Architecture, Single Sign-On, Security, Integration etc
  • Features & Business Value
  • Benefits & Process Improvements
  • Sample Business Use Cases, Value & Results Achieved

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Consumer-oriented social media platforms are transforming the way that people communicate and accelerating the spread of information at the speed of light. Having an Enterprise Social Collaboration platform also allows organizations to transform the way employees share, learn, collaborate and communicate effectively and efficiently.

Erik Qualman, author of “Socialnomics” has created a great video about Social Media Revolution. This says it all!!! The ROI for Social Media is “Your business will exist in 5 yrs”.

As organizations move toward greater levels of collaboration due to the changing workforce, economic conditions and the wide availability of collaboration platforms, the drive for innovation from within will happen naturally and quickly.

Contact Info

LinkedIn  kchakkarapani@yahoo.com

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