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Social Business Session #2


To provide a regular forum where we can share ideas, experiences and models for helping organisations become more social. And, in doing so, create new connections that lead to community.

**Really important**

This is not a social media marketing event. We will not be talking about Facebook, Twitter etc. This is about organisational culture, structure, and internal technologies and approaches.


We welcome people from a diverse range of backgrounds: academics, consultants, researchers, do-ers.


  1. Open, because we each have a piece of the answer
  2. Diversity FTW
  3. You create the value
  4. No spam


Learning, connecting, making change happen.


- Coffee and chatting

- A few punchy lil' presentations to stimulate discussion

- Group discussions

- Ends at 12 pm

Probable presenters

- Guy Stephens on Customer Care in the Social Business, Capgemini

- Miranda Ash on Democratic Design Principles, WorldBlu

- Ray Richards on behaviour change, Do Something Different

- And more.


The group was conceived and is organised by Will McInnes from NixonMcInnes.

We are looking for interesting presentations, free central London venues and other support: get involved :)

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Interesting mix of speakers and alot more conversational this time - great to hear more from the audience. Liked the way Will made us introduce ourselves to each other.

    April 13, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Excellent session, with some very interesting conversations. Great to se a range of topics being discussed particularly around behaviour. That's what it's all about really - change of behaviour. Look forward to the next one.

    March 15, 2012

  • Stephen C.

    This weeks discussions were among the most though-provoking yet, nice work! It would be great to get more on Organisational Behaviour Change and also HR, which both seem to be relevant topics among the audience.

    March 15, 2012

  • Steve W.

    Great content around the subject of behavioural change in humans and business - terrific insights from Jay, and inspiration elsewhere. Some good stuff to take away and understand.

    March 14, 2012

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