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1 WELCOME

2 Kirk Laughlin Contributing Editor, InformationWeek

3 IMAGINE A SMARTER WORKFORCE... because a dumb workforce never made sense. March 5, 2013 MARCIA CONNER Principal, #socialbizevent

4 34 Gigabytes. 1,005,000 words. 147 newspapers-worth of information. Each day. CC DeaPea Jay

5 1 in 2 business leaders say they dont have access to information needed to do their jobs. CC Thomas Hawk

6 CC Thomas Hawk 1 in 7 change efforts fail because personal change isnt addressed with the people it affects.

7 We are all here alone, together. CC Thomas Hawk

8 The brain forms 100 trillion connections. CC Institut Douglas

9 The job is to get big and strong, fast. CC Dennis Young

10 Highly engaged employees are 87% less likely to leave their organizations than highly disengaged employees. CC Joan M. Mas

11 We construct, create, discover, and succeed together, connected. CC Mathew Sullivan

12 Our world is increasingly mobile, connected, open, and constant. CC Pieter Morlion

13 I store my knowledge in my friends. Karen Stephenson CC Malix

14 CC Thomas Hawk In a connected world, moments of isolation feel out of focus.

15 What obstacles are keeping people from doing what they were hired to do? CC Andy Powe

16 CC Martin Gommel Even when we feel stuck, others are there welcoming our stories.

17 Start slow. Yet go. CC Victoria Pickering

18 Tools don't get socially interesting until they get technologically boring. Clay Shirky CC Atomic Shed

19 Move from command and control to encourage and engage. Jane Hart CC Thomas Hawk

20 Get clear. Get informed. Get ideating. Get going. How do you feel about social tools? What are your colleagues currently doing with social tools? You customers? Your partners? What project that youre personally responsible for that would benefit from social tools? CC Aldo Cavini Benedetti Demonstrate your interest in being at the table by listening, learning and participating actively.

21 CC Kris Krug Play your heart out. The bands with you. A crowd is waiting. Connect.

22 THANK YOU Would you please connect? MARCIA CONNER Download the playground rules

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55 Question & Answer Session

56 Networking Break

57 Product/SolutionDemonstrations

58 Panel Discussion

59 Thank You


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