Community 2.0 Webinars This Week!

We’re excited to deliver to you the most up to date information directly from the experts. So this week, we have two webinars on community building for your enterprise.

First, on Wednesday, we’re presenting “Developing a Playbook for your 2.0 Community “ presented by Sylvia Morino and Kathleen Gilroy from the Otter Group and on Thursday, we’re presenting to you “From Networking to Net Work” presented by Community 2.0 keynote speaker Patty Anklam. The latter half of this post will give you descriptions on each presentation along with a short introduction to the presenter.

Webinar 1: Developing a Playbook for your 2.0 Community

On Wednesday, April 23rd from 1:00 to 2:00 pm EST, Sylvia Marino and Kathleen Gilroy of the Otter Group will be presenting Developing a Playbook for your 2.0 Community. Sylvia Marino is the Executive Director of Community Operations at Inc. Kathleen Gilroy is the CEO of SWIFT Media Networks and an expert in implementing web 2.0 tools and services for business applications.

This one hour webinar will begin to explore how to develop a playbook for your 2.0 community. The playbook is a document that describes a set of strategies and tactics for building a successful community. The webinar will walk participants through what steps are needed to create and document a playbook and explore some tactics and technologies for executing on the strategy with technologists, users, community owners, and other key stakeholders. The webinar will also look at some sample plays that have been used by Kathleen and Sylvia in communities they have built.

To participate in this web seminar, register here.

Webinar 2: Net Work: A Practical Guide to Creating and Sustaining Networks at Work and in the World

On Thursday, April 24th, from 3:00 to 4:00 pm EST, we’re having Patty Anklam, a keynote speaker at the Community 2.0 Conference, who is also an independent consultant with expertise in collaboration practices, social network analysis, and knowledge management systems strategy and architecture.

This talk, a preview of Patti Anklam’s keynote at Community 2.0, will include highlights from her book, Net Work: A Practical Guide to Creating and Sustaining Networks at Work and in the World. Patti offers insight into ways of thinking about networks – terminology, different types of networks, ways of categorizing networks, ways to analyze and make sense of networks – so that we can be more effective and productive in how we approach being in the multiple networks we live in.

To participate in this web seminar, register here.

Both of these webinars are brought to you by the Community 2.0 Conference May 12th through 15th at the Red Rocks Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.


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