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Proposed Topics for BarCamp Doylestown

 

Here's a list of proposed topics for BarCamp Doylestown. After you've reviewed this list, go to http://bcdoylestown.appfusions.com/votazz/BCD Sign up by creating your user ID and password, and entering the email address you used to sign up for BarCamp.  Once you are in Votazz, you will be able to vote for the six presentation topics that most interest you by clicking "+vote" next to the topics that interest you. You will also be able to comment on topics as well. This voting will help everyone begin to see which topics are attracting the most interest. Participants will vote for the actual sessions at the start of BarCamp on Monday, September 20. Interested presenters -- especially those with many votes -- should come prepared to present on their topics.

 

Topic Suggested By
Application development approaches  Rick O-Brien
Attraction Marketing Through Relationship Building Julie Booz
Being Fearless Paula Gregorowicz
Best Practice Collaboration Dan Adams
Best Practices for Enterprise Social Computing Rich Hawks
Building a Social Media Strategy Cari Sultanik
Building a Winning Business Culture Using Social Knowledge Platforms and Adoption Manny Rechani
Community, ROI, Marketing dashboards Skip Shuda
Consumer Driven R&D using Social Media (I don't know how to do this yet) James Farrelly
Creating a Web 2-Friendly  Culture Anne Kreitzberg
Creating Community Dale Power
Critical Thinking Lizzie Pauker
Current & Future uses of media technology Matt McHale
Customer-centric design as a way to increase profits Jennifer Smith
Developing a Strategy for Social Media Neal Wiser
Discussion of the realistic value of and opportunity for social media in business. John Quillen
Effective social media strategies for salespeople Dale Denham
Emergence of social media as the primary communications medium for businesses Rod Hughes
Emerging Electronic Payments in the Social Media Space Mark Magliocco
Emerging opportunities in a connected world Jim Roynan
Engaging Your Employees & Customers through Social Business  Chuck Hall
Enterprise 2.0 Jim Worth
Entertainment Business Mike Kilczewksi
Experiential Marketing and Why It Still Deserves Marketing Investment Angela Giovine
Financial education: how to organize your life, how to make your money work as hard as your working for it, How to build a successful financial foundation... Elabid Zakaria
Finding better ways to break through the clutter to set up new business meetings Rocco Iacobellis
Getting government funding for your dreams Joe Raimondo
How do we know what we know? Where KM and Social Media connect. Sarah DiGioia-Gaston
How I use social media to promote my blog and help my advertisers Chrissy Glenn
How to use internet marketing to grow a global business Brian Thomas
Integrating social media with an overarching marketing strategy Christian Shea
Leadership Anaba Wachuku
Leadership in Business Christopher Fernandez
Local food, culinary tourism Kimberly Graziano
New Roles, New Challenges: Redefining what it means to be a leader in a social media friendly workplace Anne Kreitzberg
Open Source (I can talk to any number of topics in this space) George Pace
Overcoming creative barriers/fostering your creativity Jocelyn Canfield
Passion & balance Sandra Shaw
Podcasting Steve Lubetkin
Predictive Analytics & Social Media Dave Barker
Print media, Seo, or Web Design Jess Graves
Product Development Through Social Networking Filip Everaert
SEO/SEM/PPC Frank Stoczko
Social CRM and the Customer of the Future Barry Dalton and Barry Peters
Social Computing in the Enterprise; Microblogging Diana Breen
Social E-Learning in the Workplace Anne Kreitzberg
Social Media & Marketing: Striking the Right Balance of Steak & Sizzle Matt Roberts
Social Media for B-to-B: Contradiction in Terms? Mike Ciccicco
Social Media for Job Search Matt Levy
Social Media for Recruiting Candidates Matt Levy
Social Media Integration Michael Szot
Social Media Measurement Eve Gelman
Social Media Policy for Companies Matt Levy
Social media, content marketing, and the changing nature of B2B buying Jeremy Victor
Social Media Evangelism Cari Sultanik
Social Web -- Foursquare and Geo Location Ryan Taft
Starting a home business with your hobby Sherry Aikens
Storytelling David Leopold
Strategic grants and partnerships for sustainable communities Jeanne Scanlon
The importance of having the right identity for your business Orly Zeewy
The power of brand storytelling Sharlene Sones
The power of relationships Jennine Arena
The Social Media Ceiling in the Life Sciences Sector Steve Labio
Thought leadership Jim Pennypacker
True Integration Douglas Welsh
Where email marketing and social media meet Mitchel Lapides
Why printed visual communications still have their place and value in a digital world, and how to intertwine the two Nadine Taylor
Why the fundamentals of PR remain the same Robin Schoen
Writing John McDonnell

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous discussions around topics for BarCamp

 

With a little less than two weeks to go, we have more than 50 people who have volunteered in registration to lead sessions and about 1/5 of that number who have placed proposals here. After reviewing all of the topics mentioned in registration and looking here, I am putting up this straw horse model of how to organize content. This approach would offer six breakouts, which would help keep our ~150 participants in manageable groups. Four would be structured ahead of time and two would be free form at the event. We would engage presenter(s)/facilitator(s) for each session ahead of time and encourage other knowledgeable people to contribute during the sessions. I hope this helps our planning efforts for 7 am, Tuesday, 9/7.

-- Chuck

 

Executive
Social Media Culture and Policy
Engaging Your Employees & Customers through Social Business
Redefining Leadership in a Social Media World

Marketing
Integrating Social Media in Marketing
Measurement and ROI
Consumer Driven Product Development

Technology
Enterprise 2.0: Proprietary and Open Source
Integration & Alignment Strategies
Application Development Process

Getting Started
Overview of the Social Landscape for Small Business
Social Media in Your Marketing Mix
Content, Creativity and Your Expertise

Jam Session 1
A
B
C

Jam Session 2
A
B
C

 

 

 

 

Please edit, improve, contribute your ideas.  Login required (but free)

http://www.barcampdoylestown.com

 

 visitors since 26-Aug-2010

 

Call for Presenters for:

Let's use this page to brainstorm the actual sessions.  I made this separate so we could focus all attention of presenters and organizers here.  We will have 12 slots for sessions.  Ideally, we should have many more than that to choose from.  Perhaps 20 or 30?  So please use this space to propose ideas and topics.  We will come up with an equitable way to let the crowd decide on the final topics during the first 1/2 hour of the BarCamp on 9/20

 

If you have a topic you would like to lead, please copy this template and paste it below with your answers filled in.  If your topic is already listed, please improve the "strawman" entry which was created from meeting notes. - JW

 

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Topic Number: n

 

a. Leader Name (s): (What is your name?)

 

b. Topic:  (What would you like to present / lead / discuss?)

 

c. Leader Qualifications: (Brief explanation of what makes you qualified to lead this topic)

 

d. Format: (What format would your presentation follow? slides, discussion, audio / video, etc.)

 

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Topic Number: 1

 

a. Leader Name (s): Barry Peters / Barry Dalton

 

b. Topic:  Social CRM and the Customer of the Future

 

 

c. Leader Qualifications: (Brief explanation of what makes you qualified to lead this topic)

In the course of our day jobs, we direct and shape the social CRM efforts of our firm in conjunction with our clients. Our firm is a BPO specializing in multi-channel customer service for pharma and consumer packaged goods firms.

 

d. Format: (What format would your presentation follow? slides, discussion, audio / video, etc.)

 

We'll tee up discussion with a few slides on changes in buying behavior through as a result of adding social touch points.

Will utilize flatscreen video. Controversial topics may include the role of influencers as Barry D. writes here.

 

 

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Topic Number: 2

 

a. Leader Name (s): Cari S.

 

b. Topic:  Building a Social Media Strategy - step by step

 

c. Leader Qualifications: 15+ years marketing experience in small and mid-sized businesses; both as consultant and employee have developed and implemented social media strategy for 5+ organizations including small, non-profit and large public companies.

 

d. Format: Slides / discussion

 

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Topic Number: 3

 

a. Leader Name (s): Cari S.

 

b. Topic:  social media evangelism

 

c. Leader Qualifications: 15+ years marketing experience in small and mid-sized businesses; both as consultant and employee have convinced top management to devote time and resources to social media using various techniques, data, and case studies. 

 

d. Format: slides / discussion

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Topic Number: 4

 

a. Leader Name (s): Neal Wiser

 

b. Topic:  Developing a Strategy for Social Media: Everyone and their grandmother may be using social media, but if you don’t have a plan, if you don’t use the right tools, if you don’t establish objectives and ways to measure them, you will never reach your goals. It’s time to learn how to use social media successfully.

 

c. Leader Qualifications: (Brief explanation of what makes you qualified to lead this topic): I have 12 years experience developing Interactive Marketing solutions for Fortune 500 clients. I write for Twitip.com (the number one Twitter blog). I appear on Air America Radio discussing social media trends. I’m the co-founder of AddictedtoSocialMedia.com and the Co-Host of its podcast. I teach social media at seminars and to various groups such as the National Speakers Association and the Center City Proprietors Association. My clients include USPS, Hyundai, DreamWorks Studios, MLB, 20+ pharmaceutical brands & NASA.

 

d. Format: (What format would your presentation follow? slides, discussion, audio / video, etc.)

Possible Slides, Whiteboard and Discussion

 

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Topic Number: 5

 

a. Leader Name (s): Chuck Hall

 

b. Topic:  engaging employees and clients in your marketing mission

 

c. Leader Qualifications: (Brief explanation of what makes you qualified to lead this topic)

 

d. Format: (What format would your presentation follow? slides, discussion, audio / video, etc.)

 

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Topic Number: 6

 

a. Leader Name (s): Mark Mag.

 

b. Topic:  emerging electronic payments in social media space

 

c. Leader Qualifications: (Brief explanation of what makes you qualified to lead this topic)

 

d. Format: (What format would your presentation follow? slides, discussion, audio / video, etc.)

 

 

 

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Topic Number: 9

 

a. Leader Name (s): Ryan Taft

 

b. Topic:  Social web- foursquare and geo location, How to be a mayor

 

c. Leader Qualifications: (Brief explanation of what makes you qualified to lead this topic)

 

d. Format: (What format would your presentation follow? slides, discussion, audio / video, etc.)

 

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Topic Number: 10

a. Leader Name (s): Manny Rechani

b. Topic: Building a Winning Business Culture (ala Zappos) using Social Knowledge Platforms and Adoption. Bringing the human element back to business.

c. Leader Qualifications: Winning Culture Champion for 3 years for major corporation. Using intranet tools for proactive associate engagement in teaming and delivering effective business outcomes.

d. Format: Discussion/panel oriented with hand outs, reading materials, etc.

 

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Topic Number: 11

 

a. Leader Name (s):  Anne Pauker Kreitzberg

 

b. Topic:  New Roles, New Challenges: Re-defining what it means to be a leader (or a manager)  in the social media-friendly workplace

 

Management 101 defines the role of manager as "organizing, planning and control."  In the "social media-friendly" workplace these notions are completely redefined. Business leaders understand that they need to become more social media-savvy, but they struggle with how this will change not only their role but their ability to influence others. For social media strategies to take hold, we need to help redefine what it means to lead in a environment that is user-centric, empowered, transparent and agile.

 

c. Leader Qualifications:  I have been consulting, writing, and presenting on emerging workplace issues since 1995. In the past five years, we have presented to management and professional groups on the topic of a strategic approach to incorporating Web 2.0/social web from an internal and external point of view. We developed and teach courses on this topic (including a course for the American Management Association), and my article, Creating a Web 2.0-Friendly Culture was published last year in a special issue published by the HR Planning Society. We are currently providing thought leadership behind the design and creation of  an innovative social learning environment that will be published by Pearson in the fall. I also teach courses in  HR Management and Business Policy at Wharton.

 

d. Format: Slides plus facilitated discussion. Provocative, interactive discussion about the real-life challenges social media evangelists run up against inside their organization and how to overcome them.

 

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Topic Number: 12

 

a. Leader Name (s): Steve DeLabio

 

b. Topic:  The social media ceiling in the lifesciences sector.  Discuss the current allowable (by FDA and internal regulatory) levels and types of interactions that pharma and other lifescience companies are able to participate in.

 

c. Leader Qualifications: (Brief explanation of what makes you qualified to lead this topic): Previously responsibility for 2 years for customer facing/interacting social media strategy at Merck.  Led initiatives to detemine Merck's evaluation of and presence in the leading social platfroms, including creating and chairing a cross funtional teams to establish Merck strategy and guardrails. 

 

d. Format: (What format would your presentation follow? slides, discussion, audio / video, etc.):  Discussion/panel oriented with up front question submission and live questions.

 

 

Comments (2)

Manny Rechani said

at 12:51 pm on Aug 29, 2010

Topic Number: 10



a. Leader Name (s): Manny Rechani



b. Topic: Building a Winning Business Culture (ala Zappos) using Social Knowledge Platforms and Adoption. Bringing the human element back to business.



c. Leader Qualifications: (Brief explanation of what makes you qualified to lead this topic)
Winning Culture Champion for 3 years for major corporation. Using intranet tools for proactive associate engagement in teaming and deliveing ffective business outcomes.



d. Format: (What format would your presentation follow? slides, discussion, audio / video, etc.)
Discussion/panel oriented with hand outs, reading materials, etc.

Jim Worth said

at 9:47 am on Aug 30, 2010

Thanks Manny, I'm movingit into the document above. Is there any reason why you cannot edit yourself (technology challenged or using an iPad ;-) ? You should be able to edit any wiki here just by logging in (which you already did to make a comment) and choosing the "edit" tab above on each page (far upper left)

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