Visit the GBS Virtual Center  for the 2012 CEO Study 3D Experience

To socialize and share Leading Through Connections, the 2012 IBM Global CEO Study, we’ve converted our newly upgraded Virtual Center into a realtime environment where you can experience some of the findings from this seminal study via “web walls” and internet-integrated content.

You can also interact with IBMers and other visitors in realtime 3D, complete with built-in 3D voice. new features including webcam sharing and support for Macs.

So stop by anytime and connect with IBMers and experience the 2012 CEO Study in this exciting new way. After a brief one-time setup of the environment’s plugin, you can come in, customize your avatar and take a tour of the virtual space.

Watch the replay of the interactive vPanel — Embracing the Connected Economy — and learn more about the forces reshaping the business landscape via the 2012 IBM Global CEO Study.
Technology is now driving more organizational change than any other force — even the economy. New connections are bringing great expectations. The view that technology is primarily a driver of efficiency is outdated, and CEOs now see technology as an enabler of collaboration and relationships — those essential connections that fuel creativity and innovation.  
vPanelists:  
Kristen Pederson,  VP North America Business Transformation Leader, IBM Global Business Services
Dorie Clark, Strategy Consultant, Author, Branding/Marketing Expert
Bryan Kramer, CEO + President of PureMatter, Brand Marketing & Digital Interactive Agency in Sillicon Valley 
Melissa Schilling, professor of strategic management and technology innovation at New York University Stern School of Business. 

Watch the replay of the interactive vPanel — Embracing the Connected Economy — and learn more about the forces reshaping the business landscape via the 2012 IBM Global CEO Study.

Technology is now driving more organizational change than any other force — even the economy. New connections are bringing great expectations. The view that technology is primarily a driver of efficiency is outdated, and CEOs now see technology as an enabler of collaboration and relationships — those essential connections that fuel creativity and innovation.  

vPanelists:  

Kristen Pederson,  VP North America Business Transformation Leader, IBM Global Business Services

Dorie Clark, Strategy Consultant, Author, Branding/Marketing Expert

Bryan Kramer, CEO + President of PureMatter, Brand Marketing & Digital Interactive Agency in Sillicon Valley 

Melissa Schilling, professor of strategic management and technology innovation at New York University Stern School of Business. 

Social media role in organizations to soar

ibmsocialbiz:

CustomersTHE days of chief executives leading organisations from the comfort and privacy of their corner offices are over, according to an IBM study that has found social and online media is fundamentally changing how companies engage with staff and customers.  Full article 

LIVE TODAY @ 12ET: The Dynamics of Disruptive Innovation

Join us today for a live, interactive vPanel discussion around key issues connected to the 2012 IBM Global CEO Study. And be part of the dialogue with your questions and comments via Facebook and Twitter.

Date: Wednesday, May 23

Time: 12-1pm ET

Place: GBS Video Studio, http://www.livestream.com/newintelligence

Save the Date: Add the event via Facebook or use the RSVP tool on Livestream

vPanelists:

Joshua Gans, Professor of Strategic Management at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Rita King, EVP of Business Development, Science House

Anthony Marshall, Strategy and Transformation Leader and Program Director of the Global CEO Study, IBM Institute for Business Value

Navi Radjou, Co-author of Jugaad Innovation and Fellow at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

Visit the CEO Study Site on ibm.com

IBM leaders including Perter Korsten, Marc Chapman, Anthony Marshall and Saul Berman discuss how CEOs see their organizations getting more and more open, both in terms of how the work internally, how businesses are managed and the role of social technologies in connecting with customers.

See the other video highlights from the study and visit http://www.ibm.com/ceostudy for a deeper look at the findings.