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Alcohol and the Tech Industry

October 30, 2014 Leave a comment

no-alcoholAn article on Alcohol and the Tech Industry, written by Kara Sowles, came through my twitter stream today, followed by a few enthusiastic virtual thumbs up. I’ve written before about the Tech industry and inappropriate behavior (often as a result of overindulgence of alcohol), and I don’t have any problems with the suggestions Ms. Sowles makes about how to improve the experience at a conference.

Having said that, I do think there was a bit of victimhood inherent in her article, and I found myself thinking that while her suggestions are spot-on, it came close to using guilt as a weapon to get what she wants.  Read more…

M-A-M™: Networking Presentation

Here is a copy of the presentation I gave at Right Management in Newport Beach, CA, on May 11, 2010. The focus on this conversation was how to use the M-A-M™ approach in focusing your message to a networking event audience.

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M-A-M™ and Yes, M-A-M™ Copyright 1999-2010 J Michel Metz, Ph.D. All Rights Reserved.

Networking Faux Pas: “How Can I Help You?”

May 3, 2010 1 comment

I’ve been asked to give a speech at a local outplacement service company on the ins and outs of social networking. So, I had this brilliant post all ready to go, just waiting for an accompanying short video to be rendered, and here Kasia Gola has gone and beaten me to the punch! Oh well, I’ve been trying to get shorter posts anyway. Read more…

M-A-M™: Focusing on the Message

February 9, 2010 Leave a comment

So we’ve looked at the overall view of M-A-M™ (Message-Audience-Medium), and discussed about how too many people try to work their way backwards and how that simply doesn’t work. In order to start your way down the funnel, we need to begin with the Message, because it’s from this point that your persuasive marketing strategy (whether it be for yourself, your company, or your product) must flow. Read more…

Brocade and Cisco agree on FCoE detail

January 4, 2010 1 comment

In the not-so-Wild West of FCoE standards negotiation, the two big switch juggernauts – Cisco and Brocade – agreed to a compromise that will affect the way that traffic moves across networks. The good news is that this was a major obstacle to making FCoE have a chance at becoming a valid contender for networking in the data center. So now we ask, “So what?” Read more…

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