This February I will be speaking at The Social Media Governance Forum, which I am really looking forward to.
The Social Media Governance Forum, in association with Capgemini and Sidley Austin is delighted to bring together six speakers to share their stories about social media governance.
Nina Barakzai (EMEA Privacy Counsel, Dell)
Lee Bryant (MD Europe, Dachis Group)
William Long (Counsel, Sidley Austin)
Windahl Finnigan (Head of User Experience & Creative, Capgemini)
Ben Page (CEO, Ipsos Mori)
Richard Sedley (Commercial Director, Foviance)
The six speakers bring very different perspectives on the notion of social media governance reflecting, perhaps, the many varied challenges and opportunities that are being faced daily. The way business is conducted, customers communicating with each other or knowledge shared is changing.
As The Cluetrain Manifesto said in 1999:
‘A powerful global conversation has begun. Through the Internet, people are discovering and inventing new ways to share relevant knowledge with blinding speed. As a direct result, markets are getting smarter – and getting smarter faster than most companies’
Different currencies are emerging in response to this ‘global conversation’, requiring people and organisations to draw on or learn new or different literacies. Sharing stories is one way to help all of us learn these literacies.
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