Wrike’s CEO and founder Andrew Filev will be speaking at the Office 2.0 Conference for the second time. The conference will be held in San Francisco on September 3-5, 2008. The event gathers the most influential business and technology thinkers, who discuss the future of online productivity and collaboration, and share their ideas on the implementation of the Office 2.0 technologies in different business spheres.

The conference is always a refreshing experience for those who are open to new ways of making a business more productive. Here is the perfect place for you to learn about new, emerging organizing principles and how to create a strategy around them for your company.

There is a terrific set of speakers, including keynotes from David Allen, the creator of the popular Getting Things Done methodology; Dr. Sukh Grewal, manager of GE’s support central, collaboration environment; Oliver Marks, an  expert in effective planning of Enterprise 2.0 strategy; Robert Scoble, the famous technology blogger, and many others. Wrike’s founder will be one of the participants in the Project Management 2.0 panel there. He will present his ideas on innovations brought by the Enterprise 2.0 technologies to project management. You can also read Andrew’s thoughts about Project Management 2.0 in his professional blog.