No Enterprise 2.0 conference would be complete if Jeff Stamps and I didn't stake a session on what we've been thinking about of late. In this session, we'll give a preview of the new book we're working on (shhhh, we haven't really announced it yet but, hey, this is only my blog...). Need I say that the description, as written, is not precisely what we'll present, which is truly hot off the, er, screen:
Networked: How the 2.0 Enterprise Makes Itself Transparent, Participatory, and Collaborative #e2conf40 (Location: Harbor Ballroom III)
At a time when social tools are dismantling the old beliefs about organizations, savvy enterprises are finding ways to make it easier for people to understand how to get things done. Using insights from the "new science of networks" together with Web 2.0 capabilities, companies can make their organizations much more transparent, highly participatory, and increasingly successful through greater collaboration. With more and more organizations forced to work at a distance—and some companies shutting down travel altogether, it's even more critical that enterprises make it easy for people to truly see what's going on—both locally and globally.