(PRWEB) April 23, 2007
Longworth Venture Partners & Corante have announced the Enterprise 2.0 RAVE with Harvard Business School Prof. Andrew McAfee and other thought leaders.
An intense, 24-hour discussion of next-generation enterprise software tools and applications hosted by the exploding field's best thinkers, practitioners, and prognosticators. Sessions will look at the challenges and opportunities of so-called "Enterprise 2.0" applications through the eyes of the field's leading lights including Andrew McAfee, the Harvard Business School professor who coined the term and whose Sloan Management Review article on the topic kicked off this critical discussion on how Web 2.0 practices are making its way into their enterprise
Among the questions that will be addressed:
- Deploying Enterprise 2.0 Tools – the adoption issues
•Targeting the right business processes for Enterprise 2.0 projects
- Getting started with Enterprise 2.0 and how to measure success
More information: http://www.enterprise2rave.com
Facilitators and provocateurs include:
- Andrew McAfee, professor, Harvard Business School
- Joe McKendrick, author, consultant
- Susan Scrupski, founder, IT Services Advisory
- Euan Semple. Author, consultant, former head of knowledge management and social media at the BBC
- Jason Wood, principal and head of research for RT Capital Management, co-founder Enterprise Irregulars
- John Musser, co-founder, ProgrammableWeb.com
- Jim McGee, independent strategy consultant
- Jenny Ambrozek, consultant
- Bill Ives, consultant
- Johnnie Moore, marketing consultant and facilitator
- Jerry Bowles, writer, editor and consultant
- Jevon McDonald, founder firestoker.com, consultant
- Jeff De Cagna, founder & Chief Strategist, Principled Innovation
- Kathleen Gilroy, founder/CEO, the Otter Group
To help companies better understand this emerging class of enterprise software and provide actionable steps to implementing Enterprise 2.0 applications and practices.
Who should attend?
If you or anyone on your team is involved with deploying or thinking of setting up Web 2.0 tools within your enterprise, you cannot afford to miss the Rave. The event will be chock full of opportunities to network and build an informal support community to share best, and just as importantly worst, practices.
May 21-22, 2007
Hudson Hotel – NYC
356 West 58th Street
New York, NY 10019
Register: registration is $750.