Unwrapping The Community Manager at OSBC in San Francisco

I just wanted to let you good people of the Internet know that I will be delivering a brand new talk entitled Unwrapping The Community Manager at OSBC in San Francisco at 11.40am on Thu 18th March 2010.

In the presentation I will be deconstructing the role of community manager and discussing:

  • who needs a community manager?
  • what does the role involve?
  • where should he/she report?
  • what are requirements for improving the opportunity for success?
  • what are the risks?

I will also be sharing my experiences working with Ubuntu and other organizations. I hope to see some of you there!

  • http://www.interesting.co.nz Benjamin

    Jono, I think you should come to New Zealand and do some talks. :)

  • http://www.penguintechservices.com Andrew

    You should also visit mainland Australia!

  • http://blog.mikeasoft.com Mike Sheldon

    Clearly you should begin the talk by “Unwrapping the Community Manager” with The Stripper playing in the background ;).

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  • http://blogs.msdn.com/interoperability Jas Sandhu

    Hey Jono, great talk! Do you have the slides somewhere for reference?

  • http://www.ubikuos.com Elena

    Since everyone seems to be inviting you to their countries, I don’t want to fall behind:

    You should come to Spain to give some talks (your approach is desperately needed here, where CM has been sadly taken over by all sorts of re-invented marketing agencies). I’ll organize everything, even tapas. :)

    Any video or materials from the talk?

    Cheers!