IT Strategies That Create Winning Teams

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
Sponsored by IBM

The Fairmont Hotel MacDonald
Jasper Room
10065 100th Street
Edmonton, AB
T5J 9N6
(780) 424-5181

Registration and Continental Breakfast: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Program: 9:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.

HOST
Dave Webb
, Editor, ComputerWorld Canada and Network World Canada, IT World Canada

GUEST SPEAKERS
Jerry Wager
, Business Unit Executive, North America, IBM Customer Experience, Portals and Social Segments, IBM Corporation
Shawn Deegan, Vice President, Ascendant Technology, LLC

It's called "social software," but the successful adoption and deployment of such technology for business transformation deserves an in-depth, in-person conversation.

Join IT World Canada Dave Webb, Editor, ComputerWorld Canada and Network World Canada and his guests Jerry Wager, Business Unit Executive, North America, IBM Customer Experience, Portals and Social Segments, IBM Corporation and Shawn Deegan, Vice President, Ascendant Technology, LLC as we discuss how the right approach to social software can drive enterprise collaboration. Develop a culture of sharing in a distributed workforce. Explore the role IT leaders can play in enabling collaboration as well as deepening relationships, spurring innovation and reducing costs.

Smart organizations know they rely on their employees to not only generate ideas but cultivate a network of contacts - both within the business and externally - to execute them. We will help you develop the skills necessary to identify the opportunities for business transformation through virtual teams, engaging critical stakeholders and sustain the momentum once collaboration tools have been implemented.

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Who Should Attend:

Register now for an event that will give you action items to start improving collaboration in your organization today.

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