Last Sunday I headed down to the Sun Microsystems building for another VRM event in London. This time it was called "VRM Hub Open Space" and the objective of the session was to participate and listen to 'participant-sourced' conversations about VRM. Lloyd Davis did a splendid job of explaining the Open Space method to newbies… Continue reading VRM Hub Open Space – Post event thoughts
Found this running around somewhere. Yours truly fourth from the right looking interested.
I managed to miss attending the VRM monthly event in February due to embarassingly getting lost in the middle of supposedly-familiar London territory. However, a follow-up event to Unlocking the See-Saw is being organised on the 30th of March in London dubbed VRM Open Space. It should be good fun, interesting and very engaging if… Continue reading VRM Hub Open Space
Seth Godin writes about this today. If this stuff interests you, read about VRM.
...of social media. Mark Zuckerberg said something to this effect yesterday: “I would expect that next year, people will share twice as much information as they share this year, and next year, they will be sharing twice as much as they did the year before” Les Bloggers have put forth any number of reasons for… Continue reading Zuckerberg’s “Second Law”…
Following Monday's London event I've been refining my thoughts about the whole VRM concept. It interests me because it is very closely related to a subject I have a strong interest in: Ethical Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is one of those topics that polarizes people: some evangelize and others vilify it. Whichever side of the fence you're… Continue reading Ethical Business & VRM
I just got back from a VRM event in London: Unlocking the See-Saw. It was a serious pleasure to meet so many people dedicated to building a more ethical consumer-enterprise relationship. The panels and the conversations (and the wine!) were highly stimulating. For the uninitiated, VRM stands for "Vendor Relationship Management" which, in a nutshell,… Continue reading Unlocking the See-Saw – Post event thoughts