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Webcast: How IBM Lotus Connections Is Helping the Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium Foster Knowledge-sharing
Learn how IBM Lotus Connections is providing new ways to enable productive relationships in a business context. Users can broaden their collaborative outreach and establish knowledge-sharing networks that tap into an organization’s collective intelligence and enable richer ad hoc collaboration ‘on the edges’.
In this Webcast, Jeff Schick, VP of IBM Social Computing Software introduces the IBM Lotus Connections project with the Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC). A project that demonstrates how IBM is leading the path in helping organizations take advantage of social computing.
Filling in the details are David Lounsbury, Vice President at The Open Group and Wolfgang Glagla, Senior Consultant at IBM Global Business Services. David and Wolfgang share their insights as to how the NCOIC uses Lotus Connections to facilitate ad hoc knowledge-sharing and collaboration across a consortium consisting of more than 90 separate agencies and businesses. In this webcast, David and Wolfgang describe how Lotus Connections assists NCOIC members to share knowledge, to collaborate with peers, and to create self-organizing groups more easily and quickly to further the mission of NCOIC.