How do we get beyond "blah blah blah?" How can non-profits use the web to get more done -- instead of drowning in chatter, overload, and distraction? How do we empower our supporters to participate and engage in depth, instead of just talking at them? How do we use the web as a smart collaboration engine, instead of just another communications medium?
In this keynote presentation and discussion, Matt Thompson, Chief Storyteller for the Mozilla Foundation, will share what he's learned from successes and failures in the space. His new mantra -- "think small, do less, work open" -- is a six-word manifesto for organizations seeking smarter collaboration, greater focus and agility, and reduced mental clutter and transaction cost.
In a world of overflowing inboxes and shrinking attention spans, content is no longer king -- meaningful engagement and participation is. So what can we learn from how leading organizations are using open web tools and thinking to let their audiences in, tap greater human potential, and unlock hidden superpowers? Join us for a lively exploration into where the web is headed.
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