We are taking a different approach to our webinar this month. It is a conversation (although we have done those before). It is recorded in advance (we try not do that, but logistics being what they are…). There are times the audio quality isn’t great (because technology). You still get to join us twice.
This month’s webinar is a conversation between Peter de Jager and our guests—Margaret King Ph.D. (Owner) and Jamie O’Boyle (Senior Analyst) of The Center for Cultural Studies. The topic is a variety of change-related issues, relevant to all in 2020.
Given the black hole that has become 2020, we gravitate towards the chaos of Covid. The discussion was led by questions we agreed upon in advance: the slides are the questions, and the discussion the answers. This one requires more attention than previous offerings. It’s also longer. A total of 78 minutes. To make things even more interesting, we used Zoom; you get to see us interact.
If you want to place this in context, imagine eavesdropping on a discussion in a coffeehouse. The discussion was interesting and informative, and more than worth a listen. We touch on why Disney World garbage bins are 30 ft. apart, why they put the walkways down only after we’ve created a muddy path, and why we prefer the tried and true over the new and shiny. Join us and explore a totally different webinar format than we’ve ever offered in the past.
As always, spread the word to those who might be interested in this webinar. You’re welcome to point entire associations, companies and small countries to these links. You would be doing us a favour if you did pass this on.
This webinar series is a de Jager & Co Limited (www.technobility.com) and Interthink Consulting (www.interthink.ca) production.
Join us on 20 October 2020: