Social Transformation of the 21st Century Workplace

Jeff Schick (IBM)
Location: Riverside Ballroom
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Effective business execution depends on having access to the right information at the right time, but this insight is often the starting point in the decision making process. To understand the situation more fully you may need to consult a key colleague, reach out to an expert community, start a working group to react to the trend revealed. What if you could add a social dimension to your business analytic tools? What if you had access to key people, the experts and their expertise from within key business processes and dashboards? Learn how an interactive office environment using IBM social collaboration capabilities can bring people and content together quickly, can support high performance teaming , and bring instant collaboration to key business processes to drive faster execution across the value chain of your organizations.

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Jeff Schick


Jeff Schick has been with IBM since 1988 and has held various roles in both development and the field.

Jeff started with IBM as a developer and invented the first TCP/IP interface to IBM’s transaction processing systems. The solution linked high performance Unix workstations to IBM’s CICS transaction processing systems on the mainframe directly for the first time. This capability is still the foundation today for IBM’s TCP/IP client server programming model used across banks and engineering companies worldwide.

With his strength in distributed computing and helping to drive IBM’s e-Business initiative, Jeff has also lead architecture and design for many large web based systems for the enterprise. Jeff was responsible for the IBM’s first large Websphere deployments which included leading the design for PaineWebber’ Retail solutions that spanned over 400 branches. Jeff also lead IBM‘s development of for the New York Stock Exchange.

From 2001 thru 2006, Jeff ran IBM’s Worldwide Content Management sales force. IBM’s leadership and growth in content management holds the market share leadership position in this area. Jeff has worked in designing some of the largest content collections worldwide at UBS, DTCC, NYSE, NFL, NBA, Sirius Satellite Radio, Viacom and many others. In this capacity he also worked the acquisitions of Filenet, Venetica (IICE), Green Pasture (Document Manager), Tarian (Record Manager), PureEdge (eForms) and Aptrix (WCM).

Jeff is currently the Vice President for IBM’s initiatives for social software and has overall responsibility for development, marketing, sales and services. In January 2007, IBM announced Lotus Connections, the first integrated social software platform for business. These capabilities are being used at IBM today as well as governments and businesses around the world.

In his capacity as an IBM Executive, Jeff has appeared on numerous news and technology programs including Sirius, CNBC and CNN as well as newspapers and trade publications around the globe including NY Times, WSJ, Financial Times, Business Week.

Jeff serves on the Advisory Board of the Film Foundation as the technology advisor. The Film Foundation is focused on the preservation of film and the education of visual arts in schools around the world. The Film Foundation is an organization that Martin Scorsese chairs and whose Board Directors also includes Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Clint Eastwood and other esteemed Directors.

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