From tweets to tablets: how work is being transformed


The modern enterprise is now a 24/7 global workforce connected by the web. With so many companies still grappling with this change, the opportunity to help with the transition is a booming market worth tens of billions of dollars.

At Net:Work 2011, GigaOM editors, GigaOM Pro analysts, top business leaders and technology companies will explore the business challenges and opportunities presented by this global culture of work.

Topics for Net:Work 2011 include:

The mobile workforce takes over
How can organizations strike a balance between data security and productivity when workers use so many mobile devices and collaboration tools?

The gamification of work
The latest trend in productivity and workforce engagement takes a lesson from apps and interactive games.

How information overload is taking its toll (and what you can do about it)
Today’s worker cites information overload as a major source of job dissatisfaction. Clearly, technology should help, but how can we be sure it’s not a hindrance?

The fluid and dynamic workspace
Though there are bottom-line benefits in a remote workforce, how do we build and retain a corporate culture when employees are everywhere?

The on-demand workforce
We will explore the bottom-line benefits of project-based workers and how freelancing can be a viable, permanent employment option.

Knowledge is power: how social tools are impacting the enterprise
Case studies from several businesses will reveal how social tools can be used to build trust and empower knowledge sharing within the enterprise.

Register by Oct. 8 to get a $495 earlybird ticket.

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