I’ll be participating in the Enterprise 2.0 Rave, which is being held May 21-22 in New York City. The event will "bring together leading thinkers in the areas of collaboration, knowledge management, e-learning, and social media with practitioners from a variety of industries – your peers – for an intense 24 -hour brainstorming session on the challenges and opportunities related to Enterprise 2.0 deployments."
I’m speaking after dinner on the 21st, then leading the discussion session on deployments and business processes on the 22nd. Other sessions that day will be devoted to adoption issues, and to getting started and measuring success. The organizers are thinking about some interesting variations to the standard conference agenda of keynotes, panels, discussion groups, etc.
The event will not be huge, and will be limited to practitioners, so it should be an excellent opportunity to swap ideas, understand the current state of E2.0, and meet people who are interested in the new tools and approaches. If it sounds interesting, please show up and come ready to listen and talk.