WebDirections Presentation: Organisational Wiki Adoption
I was a happy attendee at WebDirections South 2007 and WebJam last week. Congratulations to John, Maxine, Lachlan and all involved – truly fabulous conference. The vibe was fantastic and the sessions I attended were all really high quality.
Mark Pesce’s keynote to close the conference was – well – one of the most entertaining and informative presentations I’ve ever seen at a conference – and I go to a lot of conferences.
He talked about mob mentality, unbreakable networks, mobile telephony, free wifi and all manner of other topics – weaved together with YouTube and Robot Chicken clips. Fantastic. If you want to read the transcript, he put it on his blog but you’ll want to see the podcast to get the full experience.
For those interested or those who couldn’t attend, here are the slides from my presentation of Organisational Wiki Adoption (or view online):
The presentation seemed to be generally well received, with quite a few great questions afterwards and already one blog fan.
Isn’t slideshare wonderful? It certainly seems to be gaining some dominance (from my totally unscientific view point) of the embedded PowerPoint/presentation-in-blog market. It’s the only one I see used on any real regular basis.
FYI I set myself the challenge of doing an entire 1 hour presentation with no bullet points – and succeeded! I was even running quite a bit over time so had to run through the last few slides very fast.
Off to SF next week for two weeks if anyone is around for a drink or 5!