What valuable insights are you walking away with?
- I now understand E2.0 and its possibilities- Andrew McAfee was excellent.
- Predictive markets, social networks can have lots of potential positive impacts, could use it to solve a MDM problem.
- I have learned master data management concepts. I wanted to get a better understanding of how business intelligence fit into their organization. Learning about enterprise 2.0 and making me aware of some of the new technologies.
Did the Conference Exceed/ Meet / Not meet your Expectations” Why:
- It met my expectations on the first day and exceeded on the second day. I was looking for new things and found it the second day with E2.0.
- I would have liked to have some formalized network opportunities with other speakers wither during or prior to the conference.
- This met my expectations, although I wished there were more technical components and that the attendance was higher.
All great feedback and certainly will help us shape next year’s conference. Any additional thoughts from those who attended would be appreciated.
One of the big takeaways for me was the level of excitement on the topic of Enterprise 2.0. Going into the final day, I was a bit concerned. Not because of our speakers, but instead based on our preconference survey results. We had asked our delegates two questions prior to the conference on the topic of Enterprise 2.0.
As you can see from the results of the first question, we had a limited number of organizations (<5%)>
For those still interested in the topic of Enterprise 2.0, there is an E2.0 conference in two weeks here in Boston. I believe this is the second year (I could be wrong, so don’t hold me to that) and they have a great lineup of speakers, including Andrew McAfee who was our keynote on Day 2. Professor McAfee will be moderating a panel discussion on the topic of “Enterprise 2.0 Reality Check”.