Speaking on Corporate Weblogging event

June 13, Thomas and I are invited to speak at an event about corporate weblogs in Copenhagen, Denmark. It’s hosted by the Danish IT Industry Association, and We’ll be speaking on the experiences with this blog and how it relates to our jobs at Capgemini. Also, there will be a chance to hear Thomas Madsen-Mygdal, Andreas Johannsen and the CEO of Sun, Denmark Peter Rindsig (who hasn’t got a blog).
If you want to attend the event, you can find more details (in Danish) in the program.

In case you missed it, I’m also talking this friday at an afternoon event with Thomas Snitker and June 1 or 2 on reboot8.
From the program (Danish):

Weblogs – spild af tid – eller ingen tid at spilde?

Flere og flere virksomheder bruger weblogs (blogs). Hvilke formål har virksomhederne med at bruge blogs og hvordan ser de første resultater ud? Er corporate blogs for vindere eller tabere? IT-Branchen har bedt en ekspert og tre virksomheder, der aktivt bruger blogs, give deres bud. Presse og andre interesserede er velkomne.
Dato: 13. juni 9:00 – 11:00
Sted: Børsbygningen, Biblioteket
Adresse: Slotsholmsgade, 1217 København K.

Case: Capgemini om erfaringer med bloggen justaddwater.dk om usability og web-standarder

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2 Responses to “Speaking on Corporate Weblogging event”

  1. Luis Villa Says:

    Hi Jesper, Thomas. Just a short message to wish you good luck and share with you my point of view.

    I guess, that the only way to make a weblog work inside a company is “participative culture” & “shared passion”. In fact, I’m sure that one person can get more feedback from a public weblog than from a corporate internal weblog. Blogging is a “soul thing”.

    Really, according to my experience, I don’t believe in corporate internal blogging… it lacks spontaneity… blogging in a closed box is a nonsense. Don’t you think so?


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