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Mission Possible – How do you keep going despite volcanos, oil spills, snow storms and floods?

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The Daily Technology Hour - Mission Possible – How do you keep going despite volcanos, oil spills, snow storms and floods?
The Daily Technology Hour - Mission Possible – How do you keep going despite volcanos, oil spills, snow storms and floods?
Date/Time: 30 Nov 2010
13:00-14:00

Location: Show Floor Lecture Theatre
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Technology can be disruptive but maybe not to same extent as a crisis. This session explores the why, what and how to manage your event interruptions and keep a direct communication line to your key audience using technology. When your event is troubled by interruptions of any kind, knowing what technology to use to create backup plans and being prepared is key. A crisis is certainly not the time to stop communicating with your delegates.
New formats like TEDxVolcano, spontaneous virtual/hybrid events will be explored and you will find out a series of fresh applications and core examples of how technology has successfully been applied during event "crisis" in 2010. Samuel Smith and Ruud Janssen have analysed successful “plan B’s” of 2010 events and will be sharing their insights with you in this session.

After this session you will be able to:


* Identify the why, what and how of crisis communication
* Know what technologies can help you during event interruptions
* Know how connectivity tools can keep you abreast of the location of your audience

Create new effective communication channels to dialogue with your participants
This session includes an interactive Q & A session using keypads provided by: powervote

The daily Technology Hour at EIBTM is an integral part of the Education Programme and is THE place to keep up-to-date with technological advances in the meetings industry.

Mr Ruud Janssen, ©TNOC | The New Objective Collective, Managing Director
Mr Samuel J. Smith, Interactive Meeting Technology, LLC, Managing Director

Moderated by Mr Patrick Delaney, Ovation Global DMC, Managing Director

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  • Very interesting and creative experiences. Thanks for sharing!
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  • This was really excellent, thought-provoking presentation. Well done, lads.
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  • Best thing would have been to continue to moderate the twitter stream or somehow electronically communicate to attendees that they could help (but I don't even know if that was the case).
    Far too often organizers feel such a sense of 'being done' or coping with fatigue after the physical closing that they do not have either the resources or capacity to continue the conversation right away. While understandable, it's also unfortunate. This is the time when most delegates are feeling the greatest sense of attachment to their community and other delegates, while also trying to do such important activities like following up with new contacts/leads or assessing their unique returns for attending.
    For example, look at my blog:
    http://pulsestaging.com/news/?p=453
    or Miguel's 'Post-WEC Withdrawal Support Group' on Facebook:
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=147066645304764

    One of the best uses of technology can be for extending the life of an event so it becomes a year-long community. We need to better capitalize on the 'A' of BDA, right away.
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  • What could #EIBTM2010 have done 2 enhance the experience of stranded snowstorm or Spanish airstrike passengers? Any ideas for plan B's? I will compile ideas and shgare with EIBTM team for 2011 experience enhancements...
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  • Good job guys!
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