See me at Web 2.0 Strategies 2008 this Thursday

Clearly there was either a case of mistaken identity, or perhaps someone pulled out at short notice…

Anyway, I will be appearing at the Web2.0 Strategies conference this Thursday in Covent Garden on a panel entitled ‘Innovators under the spotlight’. We apparently will be debating how we have /are pioneering web 2.0 developments in our
organisations (- my work colleagues think this is hysterical, lets hope they don’t grass me up and burst my bubble…. ;-).

Anyway, if you’re coming, please do say hello. It looks like a good line up. Not a big fan of speaking in public so please be gentle with me.

Equally, if you have any ideas what I should talk about, please leave a comment here. I’m thinking vaguely something about cross-government social media evangelism and community organising, whatever that is 🙂

Hope to see you there (if you’re a public sector person thinking or attending, there’s a special rate on the price).

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    • Mark
    • June 9th, 2008

    How about something around the tension between old school government engagement activities which are top down, heavily engineered slow lumbering beasts and new webweb style activities which are agile, entrepreneurial and bottom up?

    Of course, you now need to find some examples of the latter… 🙂

  1. hmmm 🙂

    • Andy
    • June 16th, 2008

    Well, I think it all went pretty well in the end. Certainly gave me some pointers for heading towards the more modern end of working practices.

  2. @Andy – nice to meet you. Good luck with the new boss!

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