InformationWeek and IBM for a Complimentary simulcast live from New York


You are invited to join InformationWeek and IBM for a Complimentary simulcast live from New York on Thursday, September 13.  Globally-renowned IT industry experts will present key steps, challenges and solutions to perfecting a social business. It all takes place within the framework of the latest in collaborative technologies to connect the experts with both a live audience and a virtual community.

It’s no secret that social technologies are dramatically changing the way people interact, collaborate, engage and get work done. But how can you as a leader tap into the power of social to drive real business value?

Join IBM and InformationWeek at this live event via simulcast as we explore the changing face of business at an exclusive leadership summit. Learn from market-leading organizations who are already seeing the benefits of being social today…and discover how to enable more employees to be innovators and more customers to be advocates.

We’ll discuss ways you can harness these unique capabilities NOW to gain competitive advantage:

Create a smarter workforce that is socially empowered to attract and connect the right people to the information and expertise they need, whenever and wherever they need it
Create exceptional customer experiences that are socially engaged, across all channels, and can anticipate and meet individual needs before they ask

This executive level symposium will feature global business leaders who are defining what it means to be a social business and is designed for senior business leaders and executives who believe the key to success is creative leadership and won’t settle for the status quo.

For up-to-the-minute details about this simulcast event, visit this site often. You’ll find specifics regarding speakers, agendas and special announcements.

Attendee Profile: This event is geared towards executive level decision makers in large organizations.

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We’ll discuss ways you can harness these unique capabilities NOW to gain competitive advantage:

  • Create a smarter workforce that is socially empowered to attract and connect the right people to the information and expertise they need, whenever and wherever they need it
  • Create exceptional customer experiences that are socially engaged, across all channels, and can anticipate and meet individual needs before they ask

Time (ET)

September 13, 2012
Simulcast Agenda
1:00pm – 2:30pm
1:00 PM – Welcome and Insights from InformationWeek
1:10 PM – From Liking to Leading: The Success of Your Business is Social – Alistair Rennie, GM, Social Business, IBM
1:20 PM – Real World Experiences, Customer Stories – Hosted by Brian Gillooly, Editor in Chief, InformationWeek
1:40 PM – A Dynamic Business Platform – Jeff Schick, VP, Social Business, IBM
1:50 PM – Live Q & A
2:00 PM – Simulcast Concludes

Featured Moderator
Brian Gillooly
Editor-in-Chief,
InformationWeek

Featured Speakers
Alistair Rennie
General Manager, Social Business,
IBM

Wendy Arnott
VP Social Media & Digital Communications,
TD Bank Financial Group

Michel Min
Head of Strategic Communication & eMarketing,
Omron Europe

Wim de Gier
Senior Global Project Manager,
LeasePlan

Daniel S. Pelino
General Manager, Global Healthcare and Life Sciences,
IBM Corporation

Mark McLaughlin
Director of Strategy for Insurance,
IBM

Jeff Schick
VP, Social Business,
IBM

Jeffrey A. Rhoda
GM, Global Government & Education,

Visit the event website for full details and agenda.

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