Final reminder! User Adoption masterclass with Michael Sampson

A quick reminder that we have the world-renown Collaboration Strategist, Michael Sampson, over in London next Monday (1st October) to host a full-day workshop on Building User Adoption Strategies:

Collaboration Matters have partnered with renowned collaboration and user adoption expert Michael Sampson (all the way from New Zealand) to deliver a one-day seminar on user adoption strategy for Social Business and Enterprise Collaboration environments.

Based on the newly released second edition of Michael’s successful book, this workshop will help you and your organisation formulate your own strategies to drive user adoption of the technology you wish to deploy to your users.

The seminar is to be held at the prestigious Royal Exchange location just a stone’s throw from Bank Station in the heart of the City of London.

All attendees will receive a signed copy of of Michael’s book and all refreshments will be provided.

The Developing a Social Business User Adoption Strategy seminar provides a forum for learning and engagement about encouraging user adoption for new collaboration tools. Over the course of one day, you learn about the main ideas in the book, plus have an opportunity to discuss, debate and localize what you are hearing with the other attendees.

The workshop will cover aspects of user adoption that relate to just about any collaboration or social technology rollout – after all, it’s not about the technology, right?  In particular, companies that have deployed IBM Connections, Jive or Microsoft Sharepoint will gain a great deal from attending.

We have just a few places available, so if you’d like to register there’s no time like the present! (Registration must close on Friday.)

It will be many months before Michael is back in the UK, so make the most of this opportunity and register today!

Stuart McIntyre is a Senior Strategist at Fostering Community Limited. He curates a number of product-focused news sites, is a lapsed podcaster, founded the Social Connections user group and regularly speaks at conferences and events. This blog represents his own slightly-eccentric and usually-controversial opinions!