Great Response to our #IBMImpact Presentation: Keeping the "Business" in BPM by

We are truly grateful for the opportunity to present at Impact.  It is a rare opportunity to share what you do for a living with your colleagues and peers – and I just wanted to take time out to the folks who helped us secure a speaking role for our customer, Wells Fargo’s Reid Denny. Given our late-afternoon Wednesday time slot, I was a little worried about attendance.  About 10 minutes before start time, we had 5-6 people in the room.  By the time we started, nearly every seat was full.  Lance Gibbs kicked off our presentation, and people kept coming in … filling the room, standing in the back, and bringing in extra chairs. My favorite part about any presentation is Q&A afterward – I wish we had a transcript from our own session.  I was surprised to see one of IBM’s BPMers in the back of the room with a Flip camera taking video of our session – certainly flattered they anticipated our session might be worth recording.  I’m not sure how well it came out in video, and how well the audio picks up, but we’ll keep everyone posted if we’re actually able to lay hands on the video or a link to it. Finally, a few people were interested in discussing or getting a rehash of the presentation.  Of course we can’t recreate exactly what happened, but we’re including the presentation, below – and if you’re interested in voice-over or Q&A around it let me know and I’ll see if I can schedule something with you. We heard a lot of positive feedback about the presentation, and we’d love to hear from you directly if you were able to attend – feedback is what will make us better next time!     I’ll expand on the “business driven” delivery team in another post…
  • http://mobthink.com/ Rab

    Thanks for sharing your presentation and Impact experience here. Do you also use Slideshare.net for presentations? I haven’t tried Sliderocket yet.

    Cheers,
    Ryan Boyles
    @theRab
    @ibmimpact

    • http://www.bp-3.com/blogs sfrancis

      Yep, we have an account on slideshare as well, I like both. I think sliderocket gives you better editing tools and whatnot, but slideshare is a great way to share a ppt for free.