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Enterprise Social Summit in Sydney: October 24
The following article is a sponsored post by Socialtext, an enterprise social networking company. To find out more about the company’s upcoming Enterprise Social Summit on October 24 in Sydney, click here.
sponsored post Socialtext is hosting a special free event in Sydney on October 24 focused on the tangible results of deploying social software throughout Asia Pacific, featuring Headshift Asia-Pacific’s James Dellow.
The event will include expert panel discussions and question and answer sessions covering the tangible results of deploying social software technologies throughout the Asia-Pacific region. This event will feature James Dellow, general manager, Social Business Consulting at Headshift, and get his unique perspective on how social collaboration technologies can best be used to ensure that social software initiatives are successful.
James has over a decade of experience in the areas of information and knowledge management, with a special interest in collaboration technologies and the relationship between people and technology. He had the opportunity to work with a range of collaboration technologies at Ernst & Young in the firm’s award-winning Center for Business Knowledge during the early 2000′s, at a time where many organisations were still struggling with basic intranet concepts.
With a thorough understanding of emerging Web 2.0 technologies and user-centred information workplaces, James is a well regarded business and technology expert in the social media landscape. James combines depth of knowledge and strong business analysis skills with a hands on approach – he once travelled 500 metres underground into a coal mine so he could understand his mining client just that little bit better.
James is also well known in the Government 2.0 community and has been an active participant in Public Sphere, BarCamp Canberra, NSW Public Sphere, the Local Government Web Network conference, Social Innovation Camp and was head “unorganiser” of Us Now Sydney. James was also one of the primary authors of the Online Engagement Guidelines commissioned by the Government 2.0 Taskforce. He has blogged for many years and loves nothing more than to wake up early on a Saturday to get out a post before the rest of the family wakes up!
“We have seen a significant shift in our region during the last 12 months with companies now taking a proactive approach to achieving greater workforce engagement and productivity gains with social software,” says James, “and at the Enterprise Social Summit we’ll have an active and compelling discussion on what tangible results can be expected, and how you can make the most of your social software initiatives.”
The Enterprise Social Summit will take place on October 24th in Sydney, Australia from 11AM to 1AM AEST at the Hyde Park Forum Conference Centre. Learn more and register for this special free event by clicking here.
Established in 2002, Socialtext, a Bedford Funding portfolio company, was the first company to deliver social software to businesses. Socialtext’s enterprise social networking products — including microblogging, blogs, wikis, profiles and social spreadsheets — provide simpler ways for employees to share vital information and work together in real-time. Medium and large sized businesses worldwide have accelerated their business performance with Socialtext, including Getty Images, Symantec, McKesson, Meredith Corporation, NYU Stern, OSIsoft, and Epitaph Records. Visit http://www.Socialtext.com to learn more about how we can help transform your business with enterprise social software.
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