What is The 2.0 Adoption Council?
The 2.0 Adoption Council is a member-driven peer forum of business and IT leaders from large organisations intent on sharing concrete experiences, examining business implications, learning from peers and creating and capturing value from the emergent, unstructured data associated with Web 2.0 / Enterprise 2.0.
Cross posted from the Headshift Australia blog (where you will find details on how to register). Do you work for a large organisation based in the Asia Pacific and consider yourself to be a champion for or are directly involved with promoting the adoption of social business inside your organisation? Then please register your interest in joining the new Asia Pacific regional Council.
Don’t take our word for it… see what Samuel Driessen had to say about his experience of being part of the Council community:
I was humbled to be part of a group of enterprise 2.0 practitioners that are seen as the leaders in this space. Some had many more years experience than I did. You wonder what they get from the Council? Well, that’s one of the great things about these communities: we’re all in it to learn and help each other. And that’s exactly what happened. Even though some have been in this space for a long time, we’re all still just getting started… So, if you’re working for a large(r) company and experimenting or responsible for enterprise 2.0 roll-outs, I wholehartedly advise you to join the Council.