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Conferences

The Future of Insights Talk

April 20, 2012

Tweet I’ve tweeted it and facebooked it … but this is still my space, my main lifestream and my first love … and although I haven’t been blogging much, I thought I’d  share my talk on the Future of Insights which I made at the India Social Summit 2012. Here’s the deck on Slideshare – [...]

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#TEDxMumbai – my quick reflections

April 3, 2010

Tweet I had a lot of fun today at TEDxMumbai. Was great to catch up with old friends, and made some new ones. The speakers were quite interesting and moving especially when they were ‘presenting’ through the narrative of story; some of them really worthy of being on any main TED stage. I tweeted that [...]

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My Lazy TEDIndia Post

November 8, 2009

Tweet Actually, my super lazy blogpost post TEDIndia. It was an absolutely fantastic experience and the best part was meeting such a great group of people. I feel incredibly fortunate, and humbled to have been a TEDIndia Fellow. I’ll be blogging more thoughts and pictures in the next few days, but for now, here’s a [...]

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Blogging Conferences – Personal and Social Motivations

November 15, 2007

Tweet I’ve enjoyed Stuart’s perspectives and reflections on Why Presenters are Failing the Social Media Communications Test, on how presenters and conference organizers can encourage, share better and benefit from the content created through social media (twitter, blogging, flickr etc), are invaluable. What’s interesting too, are the comments there. This post from Dave Snowden seems [...]

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Rebuilding Trust: An Agenda for Governance – wf07

October 11, 2007

Tweet Session Blurb: Rebuilding trust: an agenda for governance With the growing public skepticism and even cynicism regarding politicians and the way our institutions function, the issue of trust has now become a major issue in most countries around the world. The impact of globalization and the tremendous pressures that accelerated economic and technological change [...]

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Pictures from the Convention Centre – wf07

October 11, 2007

Tweet Have put in pictures at Flickr – tags are womensforum07 and wf07 Inside the hallways: Some fine portraits by painter Titouan Lamazou in the main hall The entrance Audience seating – odd to be at a conference where there are just a handful of laptops being used, in an audience of 1200 or so! [...]

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Opening Session – wf07

October 11, 2007

Tweet Started off with a great violin recital by Vera Tsu from China.  Followed by the opening speech by Aude Zieseniss de Thuin, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, The Womens Forum for  the Economy and Society  who thanked us for being here – 1200 participants — 70 countries – 150 speakers in 60 sessions. More [...]

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Getting to Deauville – WF07

October 11, 2007

Tweet Was welcomed by a lovely young girl from the organizers (I couldn’t quite get her name) and by Pascale Duvignau the pretty petite lady in the picture, from the Rallye des Gazelles on my arrival in Paris. Pascale drove Rena Golden, head of CNN International and me to Deauville, and although I nodded off [...]

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