Collaborative Age Forum and Expo, Cobb Galleria, Atlanta, GA. April 4-5, 2016
JW DeWitt Business Communications Present Collaborative Age Forum and Expo.
By Rik Rolski
Does your business collaborate? Do you need to find new ways to co-create value with your customers, employees and suppliers? Are technological disruptions preventing your business from harnessing the power of existing resources in an entirely new way?
Here at JW DeWitt Business Communications, we have spent decades helping businesses of all sizes to succeed in maximizing their companies potential to collaborate, both internally and externally.
So, with all that experience and knowledge, what would an enterprising, entrepreneurial group of folks (such as we are!) do with it? Why start the world’s first large scale event focused on the culture, technologies, workspace and process of collaboration across all sectors, industries and geographies!
Here it comes....drum roll please!
Collaborative Age Forum and Expo, Cobb Galleria Centre, Atlanta, GA. April 4-5, 2016
Collaborative Age Forum is an intensive, immersive, executive level educational experience that demands full attention from participants. Our two-day program of keynote speakers, workshop facilitators, and breakout session leaders includes business collaboration pioneers and top executive champions from companies including Cisco, SMART Technologies, Mavenlink, Eli Lilly and Co., Xerox, Alliancesphere, The Rhythm of Business, Phoenix Consulting, Revenue Storm, Dialexa, Telecom Reseller, Delphi, as well the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals and Frederick Lane, author of the CyberTraps
series of books.
And that sounds great! But why should I attend?
Here's why. Study after study has shown that the ability to collaborate is one of the most important business skills in the disruptive business marketplace we now live in. For businesses to succeed, executives will need a practical, real-world education to not only meet new challenges but exceed goals and expectation.
“Collaboration is the essential management discipline of the 21st
century, as companies grapple with disruptive change in their markets and industries and need to grow and co-create value with customers, employees, and partners,” explained John W. DeWitt, CEO and editor in chief of Collaborative Age Forum and Exposition. “Unfortunately, many leaders struggle to manage collaborative workforces, partnerships, and technologies effectively and efficiently. In our ‘executive boot camp for business collaboration
,’ our world-class roster of collaboration gurus will show executives in diverse functions how to connect the dots among partnering, distributed teamwork, and related forms of collaboration—and take a strategic approach to managing them.
Well, you’re right, that does sound great, but who should I send?
I'm glad you asked. Think about the person in your company that needs to get things done. Their critical mission is to insure that productivity and collaboration are happening and that your teams work at their optimum level with your customers and partners.
At Collaborative Age Forum you will be part of a real “roll up your sleeves” executive experience in learning how the culture process, technologies, and workplace of business collaboration can make your company perform at a higher level.
Increased productivity, faster decisions and taking out the risk factors in business. If these things keep you up at night-then your company should attend Collaborative Age Forum and Expo.
Registration is now open for the Collaborative Age conference program and its “Deep Dive” workshops. Early Bird discounts will be available until January 29, 2016. Online registration services are provided through our partnership with the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals. Visit www.collaborativeageexpo.com
to begin registration, to read the Collaborative Age blog, registration
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