Transparency in Business - Risk or Essential?

Perrine Crampton, PayPal; Jeff Schick, IBM; Janet Fouts, Tatu Digital Media; Marc Lawn, DBA Founder, The Business GP
With globally distributed teams and an often remotely connected workforce, top businesses are looking for ways to further collaborate efficiently and in a transparent manner across various business functions and geographies.

Do companies have a holistic view of transparency and is there such a
thing as excessive transparency? At this panel session, leading experts in the industry who have experience using collaboration tools successfully across various departments in the enterprise will debate the need for transparency and whether transparency is a risk for your company or essential for growth.

Panel:
Perrine Crampton, Social Ecosystem Manager, PayPal
Jeff Schick, Vice President, Social Software, IBM
Janet Fouts, Social Media Coach, Tatu Digital Media

Moderator:
Marc Lawn, DBA Founder, The Business GP
Mar 14 2011
49 mins
Transparency in Business - Risk or Essential?
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