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Thursday, February 4 • 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Innovation Through Real-Time Feedback Loops

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How many times did you have a great idea that was ignored, only to see it later rehashed by someone else? How many great ideas get expressed but not heard--their brilliance lost?

Now, you can learn and practice Real Time Feedback Loops - a method for capturing ideas as they arise and bringing them back into the group for examination through the use of social media.

When an idea's expression generates a creatively relevant or insightful response, a well-organized listening/engagement practitioner captures that flash of brilliance, and feeds it back to the originator as an enriched question, thus creating a real-time feedback loop. In this transformational moment, a thought-leader may have a second opportunity to be heard and have their expression innovatively re-cast.

With social media we facilitate this process ever more effectively. It is like cold fusion--when used properly, it creates more value than it consumes, lowering the carbon footprint of innovation.

We're facing the leading edge of a new wave, where knowledge is distributed across many experiences. We owe it to ourselves, communities, and enterprises to learn and practice now, based upon what we learn from working with each other.

In this interactive panel event, we will discuss and demonstrate:

What new prescriptions for human interaction should media practitioners embrace to leverage through real-time feedback loops

How Social Media tools can be used to facilitate idea generation

How to employ a the Real-Time Feedback Loop methodology for competitive advantage

Don't miss this seminal conversation. Please submit your questions for panel consideration to me, Rich Reader.

Our discussion panel moderator is Jennifer Lindsay.

Thursday February 4, 2010 6:30pm - 9:00pm PST
Citizen Space 425 2nd Street San Francisco, CA

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