Emanuele Quintarelli

Emanuele Quintarelli

Director - Social Business & Future of Work Lead, EMEIA Digital Advisory Center - EY

Emanuele spent the last 10 years as a strategist, program manager, consultant and blogger on the adoption of collaborative approaches by large organizations in order to increase their productivity, efficiency, ability to react to market changes and innovative potential.

Coauthor of the books Social Business Manifesto and Marketing 2.0 for HBR, Community Management for Apogeo, Intranet 2.0 for Hoepli, Web 2.0 for IlSole24Ore, Emanuele has published articles on change management, community cultivation, Enterprise 2.0 and Social CRM strategies, the socialization of business processes for some of the major professional magazines in Italy.

Often invited as a speaker and chairman, he has given presentations at the Social Now (Lisbon), Social Business Strategy Summit and Social Media in the Large Enterprise (London), the Enterprise 2.0 Summit (Paris and Frankfurt), IOM Summit (Cologne), the Enterprise 2.0 Conference IDC, the EURO IA (Berlin), the IA Summit (Las Vegas) and many italian events on Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business.

Emanuele has also created and launched Netwo.it (the 1st hub for web 2.0 startups in Italy), the Italian Architecture Summit, the Web 2.0 & Beyond Conference, International Forum on Enterprise 2.0 & the Social Business Forum.

As an active member of the European Social Business community, since 2007 Emanuele has been covering these topics at Social Enterprise (http://www.socialenterprise.it/en).

How to Bring Communities Back to the Center of the Business

Room: Finland

Collective intelligence, crowdsourcing, employee engagement and enterprise communities are unlocking new sources of revenue, reducing operational costs and enabling a more purposeful relationship with the market. While “being digital” seems a must, participating to the new collaborative ecosystem introduces both opportunities and challenges most companies are not yet prepared to face. Starting from primary research, hands-on […]

Adoption & Change Management Collaboration Executive