Here’s a quick look at styles and materials from several recent speaking events. Thanks again to the highly responsive audiences, and to clients who recorded and shared the clips. About four minutes.
Here’s the edited version of my Ignite! presentation at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore. 5 minutes/20 slides. Awesome crowd of about 450 made for a terrific night. You can work anywhere, but you need to work somewhere. Where do you want that somewhere to be?
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The Stanford d.school, which opens officially on May 7, is a space whose design has been refined over the course of six years to maximize the innovation process. Every wall, every nook, every connecting gizmo, every table, every storage cabinet, has been created with a grand, collaborative vision in mind.
Nice for them. But what about the rest of us, out here in standard-issue cubicle land? Are we all destined for subprime collaborative work lives because our office spaces and furniture are so numbingly left brain?
Look at the great time everyone had in Chicago…learning how to Break through and be Remembered. We covered Shatter, The Creative Director, BUZZ Making, and more!
Tangram Interiors. Tangram, a first-class Steelcase furniture dealer in California uses an integrated approach to its marketing. Take a look at how they keep twitter, facebook, linkedin and other tools working together.
I actually went looking at this to see cover design (I like John Maxwell’s and Jim Collins’) and saw all these terrific titles.
Porsche created this outstanding way to collect stories and create community. Stories like this will be a centerpiece of the upcoming How to use Social Media Effectively.
BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ…and talk about Doing it in Public!