Participating in Axceler’s second TweetJam: Aligning ECM and Social Collaboration Strategies

On July 17th I will be participating as one of the panelists for Axceler’s second TweetJam.

This TweetJam will focus on Aligning ECM and Social Collaboration Strategies:

  1. Is traditional Enterprise Content Management (ECM) dead?
  2. What have been the impacts, if any, of social collaboration on your company or clients?
  3. Are you moving from a structured ECM model to amore unstructured, social collaboration model?
  4. Is social collaboration impacting your company culture? If so, how?
  5. What is the key to end user engagement in the enterprise?
  6. What three things are critical to making ECM and social collaboration work together?
  7. What does the future of enterprise collaboration look like?

I will be joined by a bunch of great experts on enterprise social networking and collaboration:

  • Marwan Tarek (@marwantarek), SharePoint MVP and principal consultant at BrightStarr
  • Mark Fidelman (@markfidelman), Forbes columnist, author, and ceo of Evolve! Inc.
  • Jeff Shuey (@jshuey), director of alliances at WinShuttle, SMC Seattle board member, esq.
  • Emilie Doolittle (@emijoa), product marketing at Tibbr
  • Nick Inglis (@nickinglis), director of professional development at
  • Donna Shaw (@donnasueshaw), principal product manager at Axceler, formerly part of the SharePoint social experiences product management team at Microsoft
  • Eric Riz (@rizinsights), SharePoint MVP and evp at Concatenate, Inc.
  • Lance Shaw (@ltshaw711), sr. principal product marketing director, Oracle WebCenter Content
  • Jeff Willinger (@jwillie), director of social computing at Rightpoint
  • Chris Riley (@hoardinginfo), technology evangelist at CloudShare
  • Cliff Pollan (@cliffpollan), ceo at Postwire
  • Dan O’Leary (@danieloleary), solution architect at Box
  • With your host Christian Buckley (@buckleyplanet), SharePoint MVP and evangelist for Axceler

Check the details here TweetJam: Aligning ECM and Social Collaboration Strategies

Update: Please check the TweetJam summary Moving Between ECM and Social Collaboration Models on #CollabTalk