Meeting Archive:
Collaborating Visually: The Must-Have Skill For Brand Marketers and Agencies

This webinar is now available on-demand. A link to the recording can be found to the right of this message.

 

 

Meeting Description:
The pressure is on to develop innovative and impactful marketing programs. You have stakeholders throughout your company who want and need to be involved in decisions, but it’s hard to get feedback in real time. 
 
So, how can you manage better? New approaches to collaboration are changing the way we think about project management, peer review and stakeholder engagement. 
 
In this webinar, Nick Brown from Bluescape will explore best practices for effective workplace collaboration. He will offer helpful strategies and tips for effective meetings and ongoing collaboration after the meeting has ended.
 
 
In this webinar you will learn:
 
  • How your fellow marketers are collaborating today, based on data from a recent AMA survey
  • Tips for engaging project stakeholders more efficiently
  • Strategies for more effective review processes
  • How to conduct better meetings with dispersed team members
Category:Marketing Communications

Details
Date: Thu, Jul 20, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM CDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): American Marketing Association
 Presenter Information
Nick Brown, Head of Marketing, Bluescape
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Nick Brown has more than 25 years of experience in enterprise technology companies including leadership positions at SAP and Oracle.  He oversees all aspects of marketing at Bluescape, a visual collaboration software company that gives teams a virtual workspace to meet, share, and develop ideas. Founded in 2012, Bluescape is a wholly owned subsidiary of Haworth and is headquartered in San Carlos, California. Visit www.bluescape.com.

David Brown, Co-Founder, EspressoB2B
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With 20 years’ experience in business development, marketing and sales, Dave co-founded Espresso B2B Marketing to help companies struggling to adapt to the digital revolution disrupting traditional B2B sales. He and his team have run over 250 marketing engagement and channel development programs for companies that include Capgemini, Autodesk, IBM and ServiceNow – plus a number of midmarket companies and raw startups. 
 
 

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