The Enterprise 2.0 Conference is coming back to Boston on June 14-17. They are letting attendees vote on the sessions. This is a great way for the conference organizers to take advantage of 2.0 tools in organizing the conference.
I am part of two panels, if they get approved. If either of them interest you, go ahead and vote for them. You need to register on the voting site (not register for the conference) to vote.
This panel will look to the lessons of knowledge management and how they can be applied to enterprise 2.0. The panel also features Jack Vinson, Carl Frappaolo and Patti Anklam.
With 466 submissions there are lots to choose from. Here are some others to think about.
- Continuous Compliance enabled through Collaboration
- Open Meets Closed: Social Software and Regulatory Compliance Collide
- Enterprise 2.0 Lock Down in a Highly Regulated Environment
- Case Study: Adapting and Adopting Enterprise 2.0 in a Law Firm Environment
- Mike Gotta has listed out his several presentations on his blog: Enterprise 2.0 Conference: Session Proposals
- Claire Flanagan’s proposals
- Marcia Conner’s proposals
- Bill Ives’ Using Chaos Theory Principals to Overcome Information Overload within the Enterprise and on the Web.
- Networks and Leadership with Patti Anklam and Jessica Lipnack
- Social Media and Personal Net Work with Patti Anklam
- Moving beyond email — Barriers to knowledge management