Wednesday 30th May, 2012
2:15pm to 2:45pm
Facebook and Twitter have changed the way the world communicates. They don't just add a communications channel - social is a new way of behaving and working that makes new demands of skills and structures in organisations. Those brands that recognise the challenge and seize the opportunity will be able to leap ahead of their competitors. Learn more in this roundtable led by global marketing and technology agency LBi.
Our speakers will be:
John Monks - Head of Social Business Design at LBi
John is an expert in the use of social technologies in businesses and has a background in organisational design, change management and training. He is an outstanding, results-driven change leader and management consultant with 15 years' experience of enabling world-class clients in London and New York to design, plan and implement major technology-enabled business transformation. John is an excellent communicator and instinctive collaborator who brings energy and enthusiasm to lead high-performing teams and drive success.
Nic Howell – Planning Director at LBi
Nic joined LBi as a senior planner in 2010. He has since been promoted to planning director and developed strategies for major clients such as Coca-Cola, M&S, Virgin Atlantic and Barclays. Previously Nic was features and deputy editor for the leading interactive marketing and business weekly New Media Age, following 12 years as a client-side marketer at organisations including LexisNexis Butterworth and FT Knowledge.
I see social people. Social Business Design Head @LBiLondon ProudDadCityLoverCoffeeSnob bio from Twitter
Former editor, now planner usually to be found at LBi on Brick Lane. But tweets here are all my own work, unfortunately. bio from Twitter
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