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This week Dan Spira and I presented at a networking workshop sponsored by Keystone Partners.  Dan blogged about the event — so let me point you to his words.  I’ll add a few thoughts of my own to his message. Many of the people we addressed described themselves as the kind of people who are usually late […]

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A couple of days ago I presented in a webinar with Knowledge Management Associates and NewsGator. KMA is a medium sized consulting company in the greater Boston area that consults with regional clients helping them with a variety of IT needs, including the IT support for SharePoint. NewsGator is a provider of Enterprise 2.0 software […]

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Personal Online Branding Workshops.

by Gil Yehuda on August 26, 2009

in Personal Branding

I wanted to let you know about my participation in a workshop summit tomorrow in downtown Boston.  Dan Schawbel personal branding expert and author of the bestselling book Me 2.0, along with Sheryl Victor Levy, owner of Savvy Strategy, and I will be presenting a seminar on Personal Branding for Job Seekers.  The event is titled “Discover your Brand” […]

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Rethinking enterprise issues.

by Gil Yehuda on August 12, 2009

in Enterprise 2.0

I have already shared a summary of my one-day TEDxBoston experience on this blog.  If you are interested in tracking the TEDxBoston activities, you can become a Facebook fan, track their Twitter feed, or just visit their web page.  I’m going to highlight the talk that Melissa Withers gave about the work she is doing at the Business Innovation Factory — BIF. […]

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Another Revolution in Boston.

by Gil Yehuda on July 31, 2009

in Enterprise 2.0

I start this admitting that I’m not going to capture the TEDxBoston event in a blog post. But I’ll try my best. You may be familiar with TED.com.  If not, become familiar with it.  TED is a experience focused on spreading important ideas about Technology, Entertainment, and Design. Some of the ideas spread by TED have made […]

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