South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive 2015 is over and by all accounts it was bigger than ever before. This was my seventh consecutive year attending and speaking and I’ve witnessed this evolution firsthand. More so than in any prior year, my week in Austin left me with the impression that SXSW matters more than ever for …
Voting for SXSW 2015 sessions has started. If I get the chance to speak next year in Austin, I’d like to tell you about the last six years of my working life. Between 2008 – 2014, I committed my time, energy, and intellect to build a startup company as the first employee into a multi-million dollar, multi-national social …
A first-person journey into the Collaborative Economy.
As an analyst, I’ve always valued the perspective of firsthand experience. So during SXSW in Austin I’ll be an uberX driver.
Far from condoning revolution, management can harness the collective efforts of seemingly self-guided individuals for corporate gain under the umbrella of “social business.” – See more at: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/23208
I’ve spent a week sharing panel proposals from Dachis Group based on our experience. Now it’s your turn. What panels should we be attending next spring?
What do we know from being in the business of buzz since the early days? Dachis Group Kate Niederhoffer, one of the earliest players in the online listening space, shares her thoughts in this SXSWi 2011 panel.
Sound familiar? The state of now for you is a game of whack-a-mole. You are looking for a future state of scalability for you, your team and your business. For a solution, read on…
Shouldn’t work be social too? If you think so, you might find this proposed SXSWi 2011 panel interesting.
You’re not still using a social media policy that you found on the internet and ran a find-and-replace using your company name, are you? If so – even better, if you’re not – you might find this SXSWi 2011 panel covering how social policies affect company culture of interest.