Join me September 8, 2011 at AIIM’s Virtual Social Business Conference

I’ve had the pleasure of meeting AIIM’s Jesse Wilkins and the fabulous Andrea Baker in the last year. And I’m excited they’ve invited me to participate in AIIM’s Virtual Social Business Conference coming soon on September 8, 2011.

This virtual event will run from 11 AM ET through 5pm ET and will be jammed packed with industry thought leaders and practitioners. Attendees can choose to attend sessions covering three main topic tracks:

  1. Strategies – get strategies for engaging customers and empowering staff
  2. Use Cases – learn from experience of early adopters and visionaries
  3. Governance – learn how to manage social processes and technologies

When it comes to deploying social collaboration tools for the enterprise, you hear you can’t plan to go viral. But you can’t go viral if you don’t plan well. And how do you ensure that when you build the environment, your users will come?

Register to join this virtual conference and learn how CSC got beyond the “Field of Dreams” and went viral with their industry award-winning adoption practices for its employee community titled “C3: Connect. Communicate. Collaborate.” I’ll also share a glimpse at our expanding social business strategy, bringing state of the art collaboration capabilities to our eco-system of customers, partners and prospects.

For more information, visit AIIM’s Social Business Virtual Conference page, or register now!

About Claire Flanagan
Claire Flanagan is a Director of KM and Enterprise Social Business & Community strategy at CSC. Views expressed are her own.

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