Thursday, 11th August 2016
Jinfo's Community sessions offer a unique opportunity to openly discuss issues with peers in a facilitated environment, find out more.
During a recent orientation call, a new subscriber made a request I hear often:
"How do I compare ideas with other information managers?"
This subscriber is based in a mid-sized Midwestern city, with few local peers. Her travel budget is next to nonexistent. She's increasingly responsible for providing advice on information strategy - an exciting place to be in the business - and yet she feels keenly the strain of her limited options for sharing ideas, experiences and suggestions on such topics as vendor negotiations, current awareness delivery tools, analytics and copyright.
Jinfo's Community sessions help fill the gap she's experiencing. Since most are teleconference, the shrinking travel budget doesn't take a hit (though we also provide in-person sessions in key cities several times a year).
With a foundation in our research and facilitated to ensure participants have clear take-away messages as well as the opportunity to learn from each other, Community sessions are part workshop, part private thinktank, and always one of the top reasons customers cite for the value they get from their Jinfo Subscription.
The calendar of sessions through the end of 2016 has been published and includes:
If your Jinfo Subscription includes Community sessions, click on a session above to register.
You can add Community sessions to your existing Subscription for just £1200 per year (£100 per month, pro-rata).
Or read about the benefits and options of a new Jinfo Subscription.
Much of the best professional insight comes from interaction with peers. Jinfo's Community sessions provide the structure you need to gain that insight, wherever you may be.
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