Deeper Event Engagement: Who Needs It?

by David Quimby, Dave Mathias, Dave Mathias, and Boyd Johnson | at MinneBar 11 | 9:55 – 10:45 in Tackle | View Schedule

Are you satisfied with the current state of event engagement – or do you yearn for deeper / more relevant engagement?

Random collisions with like-minded participants are often productive – most of us have built large portions of our networks on random collisions.

But – conscious design can also be productive.

Can we use technology to enhance engagement and identify even more (and even more valuable) relationships?

What if we could use an event app to find participants in the crowd whom we can't possibly identify physically?

Imagine the possibilities of such visibility / transparency...

Join us for an interactive discussion / exploration of the current landscape as we identify available products and unserved needs.

We'll also offer a preview of an event app that we're prototyping and solicit your feedback.

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David Quimby

I am a mathematical economist and systems analyst. I have rotated through various cycles at the extremes of large enterprise and small enterprise as a technology executive and a software entrepreneur. My expertise includes knowledge management, technology forecasting, and systematic innovation; I am also a thought leader in the application of systems engineering to organizational design.

I have conducted business process re-engineering (BPR) in the large-enterprise domain and I have led large-scale technical integration in the context of mergers and acquisitions. I am a co-founder of Minnesota Change Management Network (MNCMN); I have presented to professional communities on various topics around data science, product management, business architecture, and systems engineering. I am a patented inventor in the user experience and Web middleware domain; I collaborated with Doug Engelbart, the inventor of the graphical user interface (GUI), at Stanford Research Institute.

I earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematical economics and developmental economics at UCLA and a master’s degree in organizational behavior and socio-technical systems at UC - Berkeley.

Dave Mathias

Believer that the intersection of people, experience, process, data and technology drives maximum customer solutions. Entrepreneurial ventures around helping change data culture, Beyond the Data, and being customer focused, Customer Focus North. Otherwise doer of many things like MinneAnalytics, Ally People Solutions (soon to be CIP), Minnesota PDMA, Data Able podcast, Twin Cities Data Viz, Twin Cities Data Fluency, ProductCamp Twin Cities, and Customer Focus North.

Want to connect? Reach out on LinkedIn, @davemathias or dave@gobeyondthedata.com.

Dave Mathias

Believer that the intersection of people, experience, process, data and technology drives maximum customer solutions. Entrepreneurial ventures around helping change data culture, Beyond the Data, and being customer focused, Customer Focus North. Otherwise doer of many things like MinneAnalytics, Ally People Solutions (soon to be CIP), Minnesota PDMA, Data Able podcast, Twin Cities Data Viz, Twin Cities Data Fluency, ProductCamp Twin Cities, and Customer Focus North.

Want to connect? Reach out on LinkedIn, @davemathias or dave@gobeyondthedata.com.

Boyd Johnson

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