Chantal Wolfe and Jennifer Savage spoke at the ALI Social Media for Government conference about how Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade is using social media to increase organizational knowledge and collaboration across a geographically dispersed organization.
Monthly Archives: September 2009
Jean-Simon Marquis from the Canada School of Public Service led off the afternoon program of the first day of the ALI Social Media for Government conference. His topic: How to use online communities of practice to leverage your organization’s knowledge sharing, efficiency and collaboration efforts.
Ralph Mercer works at the Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Center. And he’s a big believer that even the most security-conscious organization can take advantage of social social software to support more effective collaboration among employees. He brought this perspective to the ALI conference on Social Media for Government, speaking on the topic.
Nick Charney, the author of the cpsrenewal.ca blog, is the second speaker at the ALI Conference on Social Media in Government. He’s tackling the topic: Putting the Social in Social Media – How to engage your employees before you engage the public to drive innovation and increase productivity.
I’m covering the highlights of Nick’s presentation by drawing on the the Tweet stream for the #ALI hashtag during his presentation.