As engineers are tasked with more diverse projects, more and more turn to their colleagues as a trusted source of information and collaboration. Online social networks present a great deal of opportunity, but the ways in which engineers interact with them are unique.
Watch this recorded webinar to learn about the social networking tools engineers are using and how they are being employed for professional collaboration and knowledge sharing. The session will provoke thought on how to expand beyond the traditional approaches to serving engineers as they collaborate and solve problems.
Join us as Kate Worlock, Outsell Director and Lead Analyst shares findings from a recent study around the current use of online social networks by engineers. She'll move on to converse with our panel about what this means for the future of social networks across topics including:
Featured experts participating in this event
Kate Worlock, Director & Lead Analyst, Outsell, Inc
Kate leads Outsell’s coverage and research on educational publishing and tracks the usage and application of social media, assessing its relevance to publishing and information businesses. Kate also sits on the Content Division Board of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), providing a forum for companies in the business of publishing and distributing content online.
Alan Belniak, Director, Social Media Marketing, PTC
In his role in product lifecycle management, Alan works in strategic and tactical fashions to find ways to use social media channels to better interact with customers, and to direct that feedback to marketing, R&D, sales, and other appropriate groups. He actively blogs at subjectivelyspeaking.net, and can be found on Twitter as abelniak.
Sahitya Sehgal, BASc, M.Eng, MBA, P.Eng, PMP, CSSBB Partner
Sahitya's background includes strategy development in the retail, logistics/transportation and manufacturing industries, having worked with in senior roles at Wal-Mart Canada, Rogers Communications, Canadian Tire Corporation and Nestle Canada. Sahitya holds a Masters of Engineering degree from Ryerson University and an MBA from the Schulich School of Business and has also completed both his PMP and Six Sigma Black Belt certifications.