Darwinism on the Web: Surviving and Thriving in a Web 2.0 World

Soeren Stamer (Yokudo, Inc.)
Sponsored
Location: 2016
Average rating: ****.
(4.24, 17 ratings)

The very essence of what we think of as the web is changing at a rapid pace. The expectations of users increase with the evolution of new services and new business model. What are the successful patterns that thrive in a massively connected environment? And what are the new paradigms for engaging with customers and employees?

Keeping up with what’s new is enough of a challenge, learning what to embrace and adopt, and how to do so cost effectively is the key to leading the pack.
Learn how to prepare your organization up to keep pace with the new speed of innovation. Sponsored by CoreMedia.

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Soeren Stamer

Yokudo, Inc.

Entrepreneur, co-founder of Yokudo and CoreMedia, co-editor of Enterprise 2.0 The Art of Letting Go, optimist, TEDster, German Fairness Prize Recipient 2009, working on an economic model for a world of abundance

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colette grail
04/04/2009 12:37pm PDT

Excellent stuff! One of the best sessions of the conference! Thanks for the book:)

Anne Marie Levis
04/03/2009 7:49pm PDT

Wonderful presentation and thought-provoking ideas. I enjoyed it and am looking forward to diving into the book. Thanks again for the free copy and for being so nice and personally engaged with everyone who wanted you to sign them.

Rob Glickman
04/02/2009 11:15am PDT

Good presentation overall all – he lost me a bit here and there and the transitions did not always make a lot of sense, but overall – good – especially for a sponsored event. Well done. Also – to present in a language other than your native one is always a challenge – you did very well

Amber Overholser
04/02/2009 10:24am PDT

Great session. Hope you come back next year.

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Soeren Stamer
04/02/2009 10:22am PDT
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Whitney Gray Vosburgh
04/02/2009 9:53am PDT

Excellent speaker and presentation. Everything else I heard yesterday was drivel.

Heidi Henson
04/02/2009 9:38am PDT

By far, one of the best sessions at Web 2.0. We need more speakers like Soeren Stamer—innovative and inspiring, presenting new ideas and new frameworks. Excellent. Hope to see him as a featured speaker next year.

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