Enterprise Digital Summit London

Bill Mew is blogging live from the Enterprise Digital Summit


22 October

British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London


Everyone’s talking digital, transformation, and new business models – but how do you make sense of the issues, cut through the hype and put these ideas to work for your business and your people?  We’ve already invited you to our Enterprise Digital Summit London on 22nd October on this topic, but the Agile Elephant team have just been allocated a limited number of free VIP spaces, and so we’d like to invite you personally.

This is a one day conference for senior managers and business leaders explaining the mindset, leadership and approaches required to adapt and compete in today’s digital business landscape.  The emphasis is practical, not technical.  There are keynote presentations from:

  • Stowe Boyd – well known futurist, researcher and maverick who coined the term “social tools” in 1999 and the term “hashtag” in 2007
  • Euan Semple – the author of Companies Don’t Tweet People Do!
  • Professor Vlatka Hlupic – author of The Management Shift and researcher on emergent leadership styles

As well as workshops and panel sessions, there will be practical case studies of companies making the shift to digital and deploying enterprise social networks successfully from:

  • Vodafone
  • Bupa
  • Pearsons
  • Euroclear.  

Find out more here: http://www.enterprise-digital.net/london.html


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