Presentatie Dish 2009

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Short introduction for a debate about the Participation Gap on DISH 2009, december 10.

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  • Presentatie Dish 2009

    1. 1. Participation
    2. 2. What is the problem?
    3. 3. Can we manage if 50% of our audience starts participating?
    4. 4. Do we have adequate knowledge to handle these numbers of participants?
    5. 5. Do we have sufficiant employees with the appropiate capabilities to handle these numbers of participants?
    6. 6. Can we manage if 50% of our audience starts participating…
    7. 7. Are we chasing a bubble?
    8. 8. Are we looking in the right direction
    9. 9. Always looking for a new audience
    10. 10. Why not work with the audience that we already know
    11. 11. We know who they are We know how to reach them We know they are interested
    12. 12. THANK YOU Luud de Brouwer this presentation on www.slideshare.net/Duul58 All pictures from www.flickr.com (except 4 and 5)

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