Hear from your peers how to set up successful communities
At Social Now 2020, four experienced professionals will share recommendations on how to do set up successful communities so that others can benefit from their learnings
The difference between teams, communities and networks; how these social structures benefit organisations; their inherent issues and opportunities
Harold Jarche, a seasoned consultant in the areas of personal and organisational learning, will be at Social Now 2020 to share practical recommendations to develop Personal Knowledge Mastery and create a learning-friendly environment to develop individuals and the social structures they are part of.
Marcel Kampman will be at Social Now 2020 sharing practical steps to create space for individuals and teams to fulfil their potential
Céline Schillinger's keynote at Social Now 2019 - “Leadership is broken. Can digital help?” when she invited us to reflect on current leadership and to explore the role of digital in shaping more positive behaviours.
A short presentation of the book "The KM Cookbook: Stories and Strategies for Organizations Exploring Knowledge Management Standard ISO30401", co-authored by Chris Collison, Paul Corney and Patricia Lee Eng.
At Social Now 2019, Phil Kropp shared examples of how companies use good questions to unveil knowledge and how senior leaders use them to engage staff and extend their own influence.
At Social Now 2019, Kenneth Mikkelsen asked about what the world demands from us right now, as human beings and as leaders.
At Social Now 2019, Catherine Shinners offered a down-to-earth talk, peppered with examples of enterprise social tools as valuable instruments for digital leaders.
At Social Now 2019, Jon Husband explained the concept of wirearchy and the power of strongly connected organisations
At Social Now 2019, Lee Bryant offered a practical model to help organisations develop distributed digital leadership and create a digital strategy that considers the organisation as a whole
Teams, communities and networks are central to organisational fabrics. "Powering your organisation’s teams, communities and networks" is the chosen topic for Social Now 2020.