Executive Seminar: The Social Enterprise

The CIO Leadership Program, Fisher Center for Management of Technology presents:
The Global Impact of Social Networking
3 November 2011 :: Blum Center for Developing Economies ::
University of California, Berkeley

Event Highlights:

The morning KEYNOTE discussed “The Social Enterprise-the business impacts of a world gone social” by Kendall Collins, the SVP/GM for Chatter at Salesforce.com. Kendall was followed by the Tim Campos, CIO of Facebook on “The role of social media in driving change in the next generation enterprise” and then John Morgan on “Disruptive Innovation: How Social is Transforming the Online Business Landscape”. And then a panel of the morning’s speakers moderated by the VP/CIO of Rambus; and then, after lunch, attendees heard from Michael McNeal on “How the Social World is Impacting your Talent: Are you Socially Engaging?” Michael is known across the staffing world for influencing the success of multiple high growth companies including Home Depot, Starbucks, Apple, Cisco Systems, Avaya, City Group, and now Intuit.

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Final Program
9:00 Registration and Full Breakfast
9:30 Welcoming Remarks & Program Overview
Jim Spitze & Prof. Terry Hendershott
9:45 Kendall Collins
SVP and General Manager of Chatter with Salesforce.com
“The Social Enterprise – The Business Impacts of a World Gone Social
10:15 BREAK
10:30 Tim CamposVP & CIO, Facebook
“The changing dynamics of Enterprise IT: The role of social media in driving change in the next generation Enterprise”
11:00 John Morgan, Kalbach Professor of Business Administration
Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley“Disruptive Innovation: How Social is Transforming the Online Business Landscape”
11:30 PANEL #1, Moderator: Mark Grimse, VP & CIO of Rambus
“The Impact of Social Networking on Innovation”
Panelists: Collins, Campos, & Morgan
12:15 LUNCH
Jay Banfield, Year Up Bay Area
“Opening Networks to Create a Pipeline of Talent”
1:30 Michael McNeal, Vice President of Talent for Intuit, Inc.
“How the Social World is Impacting your Talent. Are you socially engaging?”
2:15 Dr. Stuart Evans, Distinguished Service Professor at Carnegie Mellon University (Silicon Valley)
“Super-Flexibility and Social Media”
2:45 BREAK
3:00 Ted SheltonManaging Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers
“Social Networking: Its Impact on Enterprises”
3:30 Jonathan ReichentalCIO of O’Reilly Media
“Converting Connections into Opportunities”
4:00 PANEL #2
Moderator: Michael Grove, CEO of Collabworks
“What’s Next?”Panelists: Shelton, Reichental, McNeal & Evans
5:00 Closing remarks,
Jim Spitze, Executive Director,
Fisher CIO Leadership Program, Haas School of Business
5:10 Reception

Scenes from the Conference