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Conference Attendee Tips — Illustrated Journaling, Golden Age mysteries, Boat Shows and More
" Download the conference’s app and learn how to use it. Increasingly, this is the only way to know what’s going on, and the best of these apps support your networking goals, plug you into the best parties, offer suggestions on what sessions may be of greatest interest, etc."
trends  &  concepts  best  practices  hr  tech  conference  ksaocs  life  after  hrtech  naomi's  speaking  engagements  travel  vendor  briefings  demos  workday 
june 2018 by jonerp
60 days in, 6 things I learned about Marketing Automation - by @sameerpatel
"However, the consumer’s attention is far more perishable then your inventory. As consumers, we are becoming increasingly comfortable with sharing our digital breadcrumbs in exchange for a personalized experience. But it cuts both ways. The willingness to expose more of our preferences has also made us extremely intolerant about receiving offers from brands that are untimely or irrelevant."
artificial  intelligence  digital  transformation  kahuna  machine  learning  management  speaking 
october 2016 by jonerp
Big Conference Attendee Tips — #HRTechConf, #HRTechWorld, #WdayRising - by @infullbloomus
"Attend as many sessions as possible. I do because, at least when there’s NO sales crap allowed, they’re generally excellent. Come prepared to be an active listener, to take notes, to provide a twitterstream for your colleagues who couldn’t attend in person, and to boo any speaker who dares to give you a sales pitch or to trash their competitors."
hr  tech  conference  naomi's  speaking  engagements 
september 2016 by jonerp
Women In Tech, ‘Firing Line’, And Naomi’s World - by @infullbloomus
"Toughest of all, and those for whom I have the greatest respect, are the single parents carrying the full load of breadwinning, child and home care. And while salaries in technology can be quite generous, they can be much less so on the bottom rungs, in the many adjunct roles that don’t require quite as much education, and when that single parent cannot manage full-time work."
enterprise  software  looking  back  forward  naomi's  speaking  engagements 
august 2016 by jonerp

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