Thanks to my extended eProductivity team

Monday, November 5th, 2007
Several people have graciously offered to review the session outlines for my eProductivity conference in Manila, and to offer their input and suggestions.

It's just three weeks until the conference,  and I have much to do to prepare. I'm thrilled to have Michael to help organize the conference and plan each of the sessions. I greatly value the feedback and input from several of my clients, colleagues and fellow productivity bloggers.

Late last week Michael sent out the session overviews and content statements to these people and we have already received great feedback from:
Tanny O'Haley
Jason Womack
Wayne MacKirdy
Steve Holden
Matthew Cornell

to name just a few...
Thank you very much to each of you for your insightful and perceptive responses
. There are a couple more responses due in the next day, and then we'll shift to the next stage of getting ready.

I'll try to post some more details as I go, but as you can imagine, things are hectic around here. On top of that, I'll be presenting on knowledge worker productivity with Steve Barth at KM world today. So, while I have great hopes for blogging, the posts may be sporadic. I'll try to blog KMWorld this week, though.

Discussion/Comments (4):

Thanks to my extended eProductivity team

Glad to help, Eric. Best of luck!

Posted at 11/6/2007 6:45:17 AM by Matthew Cornell


Thanks to my extended eProductivity team

Eric. really impressed with what you're doing with this conference. a great blend of western skill, two-thirds-world opportunity, and ministry. enjoying reading the posts about it, particularly as it gets closer

Posted at 11/6/2007 5:38:08 PM by Gavin Knight


re: Thanks to my extended eProductivity team

Thanks, Gavin. This conference is proving to be a significant effort to prepare for, but as you point out it is an opportunity to serve at many levels. Michael and I look forward to putting the best of our talent and knowledge into this conference to give the people of Manila an conference full of useful information. We will share details on our blogs as we move forward with the planning. I had hoped to blog the entire preparation process, both in terms of technology and methodology, however, there's just not enough time to blog to the extent I had hoped.

As we finalize the presentations, Michael or I will post something to share. You know where to find us.

Eric

Posted at 11/7/2007 12:11:17 AM by Eric Mack


Thanks to my extended eProductivity team

Eric,

Wow, so much work for such a great group of people doing so many wonderful things. Personally, I'm impressed (and inspired!) by the fact that you're making yourself SO available to this community. From the higher-level executives you'll be interacting with, to the student population you will be presenting to...this is a grand opportunity.

It's great to be in on your team, thanks for tapping our shoulders! Jodi and I are looking forward to seeing you succeed beyond any limited expectations anyone can be holding!

:)

Posted at 11/9/2007 11:47:45 AM by Jason



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