Anywhere from 20 million to 44 million of us work from home at least one day a week. But doing so isn’t right for everyone.
In the world of meeting design, distractions are the enemy. For an event to achieve an effortless flow, you want to keep attendees focused on what the hosting organization wants them focused on. The goal of minimizing distractions, then, forms the heart of the next principle of meeting design: Proportion. In visual design terms, proportion […]
The appreciation of art is subjective. Otherwise, beauty wouldn’t reside in the eye of the beholder and one man’s trash would never be considered anyone’s treasure. So if our response to everything — including art, music, literature and face-to-face events — is totally subjective, how do we know what’s “good”? RELATED STORY: Creating memorable events […]
Although I hung up my rugby cleats long ago and am barely fit to play an Old Girls’ match, I still think fondly of the sport. Especially since I find many similarities between ruggers and meeting planners. So many, in fact, that there were too many to fit in one post (see Part I). Here […]
As a former content developer for a global nonprofit membership association, I have been encouraged by new conversations my peers are having about the importance of content development. I find, though, that my perspective is a little different from what I’ve read. Here are the top six areas I believe meeting organizers should focus on […]
Novelist William Gibson was right when he said that the future is already here — it’s just unevenly distributed. While some professional planners struggle with how to make time for social media initiatives, others are integrating science fiction-inspired technologies. Here are some hi-fi and low-fi ways to collaborate on the cutting edge.