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06 January, 2014 | (01 hr)

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There is no doubt that social media and social networks will play a role in the workplace of the future. As social-based solutions continue to be integrated into everyday work, we will not be able to distinguish the social from the non-social. It will all be just work. This session will feature a speaker who will speculate on how organizations will work in the next 5, 10, 15 years.


Louis Richardson

Louis Richardson
Evangelist and Storyteller
Social Business and Smarter Workforce
IBM Corporation

Louis serves as a Worldwide Evangelist & Storyteller for IBM. In this role, he has the opportunity to meet with business leaders who have interest in uncovering and leveraging people’s creative potential. Louis shares his experiences and observations with both large and small audiences....Full Bio

Stephanie Cady

Stephanie Cady (Moderator)
Staff Writer, Research Editorial
The Conference Board

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