IBM Lotus Social Software Adoption SeminarUnfortunately this seminar is only scheduled for one location at present - Chicago on 2nd June 2009. However, if you would like it run in your geography or even as on-site course for your organisation, it's worth contacting your local IBM Education office and making a request.
Course code LE403
Skill level Intermediate
Duration 1.0 days
Delivery type Classroom (Hands-on labs)
Course type Public only
Public price USD $500.00 plus tax
This is an intermediate course for business sponsors, IT management and project managers responsible for the adoption of social software in the organization.
Helpful, but not required are:
* Some knowledge of Web 2.0 concepts
* Some knowledge of Lotus Connections
You will acquire an overview level of understanding of the major issues to be considered when planning the adoption of social software within an organization and be provided tactical tools to facilitate the discussions around these issues.
* Business Adoption Best Practices
* Identifying Business (Collaboration) Imperatives
* Community Development using Social Software enablers
* Using Social Network Analysis to drive viral adoption
* Monitoring adoption (Measurement drives behavior)
* Social networking and organizational culture
This seminar will cover dealing with the business challenges that are often confronted by companies when introducing social software capability to their organizations. We will share the IBM Software Services for Lotus (ISSL) team's best practice examples of adoption efforts, including: using social network analysis (SNA) for supporting a "viral" change management plan; link to business strategies and goals; supporting community development through software enablers; and understanding some of the cultural aspects of social networking
By: Stuart McIntyre - Connections | 0 Comments | On: 8 May 2009 06:56:09 | Tags: connections lotus social education