Mutopo Announces Re:Working Conference to Explore How Social Technologies Are Changing Work
NEW YORK, Dec. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — As technology connects people in new ways it transforms how work is done. Effective collaboration no longer requires formal organizations and for an increasing number of jobs, workers can be sourced on demand. Even customers are no longer just consuming – now they innovate and advocate too.
The first ever Re:Working Conference explores research, innovation and practical experience with changes at work in areas like marketing, product and services design as well as business model innovation. Topics include:
+ How LEGO works with their global community
+ Beyond Full Time – the role of freelancers, crowdsourcing and work marketplaces
+ Social Network Analytics – how social networks are improving understand of marketing and project management
+ Social Business – building and working with communities of contributors
+ Never Ending Performance Reviews – realtime, ongoing performance evaluation
+ Teaching Machines – how people are teaching machines to automate jobs
Participants represent global organizations such as LEGO Group, Cemex, Publicis Groupe as well as startups such as Crowdtwist, Freelancers Union, Grind Spaces, jovoto, Localmotors, SheSays, Victors & Spoils and workmarket as well as academic research institutions such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University Stern School and Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania.
The Re:Working Conference is produced by Mutopo and LOVELY DAY. Registration is now open.
Mutopo is a Social Production consultancy with office in New York and Sao Paulo. Mutopo redesigns work to take advantage of networks enabled by technologies and behavior. Mutopo specializes in collaboration within and between organizations to transform products, services, marketing and business models.
About LOVELY DAY
LOVELY DAY leads, shapes and creates “social” innovation. Hand in Hand with global brands, LOVELY DAY helps maximize business potential by unlocking human potential to do well by doing good. A business is a network of people and people are inherently good. LOVELY DAY exists to let that shine. Like a LOVELY DAY.