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Expediting Adoption of e-Working Collaborative Environments

Cross Posted on Craig’s Rantings…


I seem to be quite busy with “speaking” lately, not sure why or what’s up – maybe something in the water 😉

This one is a short one and I will be speaking in the workshop in the afternoon for 20 minutes or so on the “The world(s) of the SAP Community Network” and discussing some of the challenges we’ve faced with a global community.

The EACE European project develops policy recommendations for the European Commission to expedite the adoption of collaborative working environments. Towards this end, EACE evaluated existing collaboration patterns and tools, and consolidated research results by identifying best practices, developing a theoretical framework of human collaboration and verifying the policy recommendations in pilot applications.

The workshop will discuss the findings of the project and present viewpoints and experiences from the industry, the research community and other stakeholder in order to stimulate discussion on the identified gaps between technological advancements and their practical application. The objective is to agree on a number of challenges and policy recommendations for expediting the further acceptance, development and implementation of e-Collaborative Environments.

Please, click here to download the programme of the workshop.

TOPICS to be discussed

  • Current and future policy frameworks aiming at accelerating the adoption of Collaborative e-Working Environments
  • Weaknesses and strengths of the available collaboration tools and platforms
  • Behavioural, organisational, socio-economic and regulatory factors that influence the adoption of electronic collaboration tools at the workplace
  • Role of knowledge management and social networks for improving collaboration

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The workshop is taking place June 22, 2007, in Berlin and you can register online now.

Register NOW, no fees are required to attend the workshop.

Link to EACE – EACE Home

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