Community Management & The Networked Organisation conference track

Day: Wednesday, 5. Nov 2014

Few have cracked the nut of the really successful community and getting people to collaborate in- and outside the organisation is not done just by adding an extranet to your channels. At this track you will meet people who have mastered the art of creating and maintaining a community with success and who have turned their extranet into a channel of true engagement. If you want to learn how others have implemented collaboration and network tools in their organisation this is the track to attend.

6.30 - 7.00

Run With the Vikings

Location: We meet in front of the Comwell

An early morning run at a relaxed pace


Breakfast & Registration

Location: Comwell Aarhus

Come pick up your conference badge and enjoy breakfast with fellow conference participants. Join your chosen main track's table in the breakfast area. We encourage attendees and speakers alike to join, get the discussion going first thing and set the scene for the rest of the day.

9.00 - 9.15

Conference opening & welcome with Minister for Defence Nicolai Wammen


Keynote: Creating good content on an imperfect web







Collaboration that works

What You’ll Take Away:

- Knowledge of what makes people embrace new ideas and projects
- New ideas for creating long term commitment and advocacy.

Who Should Attend
- Digital project managers who work with collaboration and community building internally and externally

Read more about the session: Collaboration that works




Learning by doing – on all platforms, one step at a time

What you’ll take away
-Examples of the benefits that an iterative approach can bring to your intranet.
-See that delivery to every device is not blue sky thinking.

Who should attend
Intranet managers, HTML5 developers, intranet managers with intranets built on open source - or who are considering open source.

Read more about the session: Learning by doing – on all platforms, one step at a time




What’s on – Roundtable discussions

1. Bitcoin and other cybercurrencies
2. Cards UX: How far can it go?
3. Collaboration with SharePoint
4. Content marketing in higher education
5. Customer experience management: Is it the future online?
6. Developing the digital dimension for social change
7. Digital maturity
8. Help, my digital agency doesn't understand me
9. How to implement a human-centred design process
10. Preparing yourself and your organisation for the Open Web
11. Searching for answers - enterprise search in 2014 and beyond
12. Selling the notion of the Digital Workplace
13. Should we stop talking about digital strategy?
14. Social collaboration
15. Technology choices for building a customer/partner community
16. Towards the transparent and extended organisation
17. We want content strategy, but where do we start?







Successfully engaging your internal and external audiences

How do you successfully engage an audience and build a thriving community? Should the approach be different in- and outside the firewall? Does it matter whether you are building a community in- or outside the enterprise? And what about those that span both spheres? Can you take a bottom-up approach and still keep control of the message? These are some of the questions we will explore in this session.

What you will take away:
- Input on how to successfully develop and control a "bottom-up" approach to community building

Who should attend:
- Community managers, anyone involved in planning and executing on internal and external social media initiatives, digital workplace professionals

Read more about the session: Successfully engaging your internal and external audiences



17.15 - 18.15

Web Idol

Help crown the “2014 Web Idol” in a fast-paced, entertaining set of competitive demos.


Conference party

Location: Turbinehallen, Kalkværksvej 12, 8000 Aarhus