JW DeWitt Business Communications is pleased to announce the relocating of our flagship event on business collaboration: Collaborative Age Forum to the Herman Miller Showroom and Educational Center.
Learn how to profit from collaboration at COLLABORATIVE AGE FORUM April 4-5, 2016 in Atlanta
Spend 1.5 days with the world’s foremost experts in business collaboration at
Collaborative Age Forum, April 4-5, 2016, at the Herman Miller Showroom and Educational Center, 916 Joseph E Lowery Blvd NW, Suite 7, Atlanta, GA
At this intimate forum, you can rub elbows, share challenges, and glean profound new insights from the world's leading experts on business collaboration and collaboration technologies. They will tell how you to profit from collaboration and unlock the doors to your company’s success in a world of accelerating change:
Improve productivity—wherever your workers are located
Innovate and create unique value for each customer
Capitalize on constant change—instead of fearing it
Partner and collaborate with anyone, anytime, everywhere!
We kick off the event in Herman Miller's remarkable Atlanta Showroom with an opening reception and keynote by security expert and Cybertraps author Frederick Lane at 4 p.m. on Monday, April 4. Then on Tuesday, April 5, from 8:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Herman Miller's modular Education Forum, you'll join the world’s leading experts and practitioners in collaborative business and technologies, from companies including:
Cisco | Herman Miller | Smart Technologies | Genband | Xerox | Eli Lilly | Revenue Storm | Alliancesphere | The Rhythm of Business | Infinite Conferencing | Phoenix | Delphi | Unified AV | The Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals | Skybridge
Take your business to new heights—when you learn to manage collaborative culture, process, workplace, and technology across your business, industry, and ecosystem. LEARN MORE and REGISTER NOW at www.CollaborarativeAgeExpo.com or call us at 978.544.1866. Hurry, space is limited to the first 30 participants to register!
Comparable executive conferences can cost thousands of dollars, but COLLABORATIVE AGE FORUM offers a world-class executive learning experience for remarkably low fees that won’t strain your conference and training budget. Attend our opening keynote and welcome reception on Monday the 4th from 4 PM till 7 PM and then join us for our intensive, immersive all day session on Tuesday the 5th for just $300!
Build Your Collaboration Roadmap with the World’s Foremost Collaboration Experts and Practitioners
Why should you attend? 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 to exceed goals and expectations.
“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,” says 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. 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.
Who should attend: You are an executive in your company responsible for fostering better and more purposeful and efficient collaboration. Your critical mission is to insure that your team has the mindset, skills, tools, and workspaces that enable to collaborate at their optimum levels across your company, wherever the workforce is located, and with your customers and partners, wherever they are located. You need an integrated, company-wide approach to collaboration.
Our core program provides a foundational understanding of collaboration management and tools relevant to business leaders in the C-suite and many executive roles, including:
Strategy, Business Development, Marketing, and Sales
Customer Contact, Service, and Experience
Information Technology, Enterprise Communications, and Audiovisual Services
Research and Development, Manufacturing, and Distribution
Human Resources, Training, and Development
Workplace/Facility Design and Management
Supply Chain and Procurement
Alliance and Channel/Distribution Partner Management