21 May, 2012 | (01 hr)

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Social media is enabling transformation in some important parts of the value chain, especially marketing and communications. It’s time to learn and apply these game-changing technologies to the core value creation parts of business: operations and innovation. Join The Conference Board and fellow members in the upcoming webcast, “Using Social Media to Drive Operational Excellence,” where we will share insights from new research on the application of social media and explore how these can be leveraged to create breakthroughs in operational performance and innovation.

In this hour-long webcast, we will:

  • Share findings and insights from recent Research Working Groups with Fortune 500 on creating the right conditions necessary for social learning and collaboration to thrive in organizations
  • Highlight game-changing social media applications and examples in accelerating participative development and performance
  • Engage with participants in the exploration of new possibilities for social media to (1) enable collaboration at speed to improve day-to-day operations and dynamically manage risks, and (2) accelerate idea incubation and implementation.

Audience: Operations, Business Improvement, Performance Management, Continuous Improvement, HSE, and Quality and Risk Management.

Speakers

Robert Armacost
Global Head of Knowledge
KPMG

Kent Greenes

Kent Greenes (Moderator)
Program Director, Knowledge and Collaboration Council
The Conference Board

Kent A. Greenes is a program director for The Conference Board Knowledge and Collaboration Council. His publications for The Conference Board include two research reports, It’s Not Just Your Children’s Facebook Anymore: Using ... Full Bio

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Non-Members: $300.00

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