Lectures or presentations to the public related to digital engagement.
Newcastle University is set in pleasant surroundings and the organisers of the conference have done a wonderful job. What a pleasure to be there. The program is different to other conferences that I have attended because it has the keynote speakers and panel sessions interspersed between the parallel sessions. As a result there is a
There is a nice article about the “Being Brilliant: Fostering Intelligence’ workshops that I did on the 22 August 2015 at UTS and then again with variations for the UNSW LEAD program. Mensa is going to use the “Being Brilliant: Fostering Intelligence’ workshops as part of their recruiting effort because the workshop not only address Mensa’s core goals
What a wonderful and diverse line-up of speakers at the Mensa Conference. There were insights into humour by Mikey Robins from TV fame and the Triple-M radio show, Dr Rick Yelf who spoke about Ground Radar, Dr Louella Grattan-Smith a psychotherapist who discussed whether thinking was overrated and a dynamic and challenging presentation by Jonathan
Thought before the presentation: I have decided to make my presentation interactive rather than simply informative. I will conduct a real-time demonstration of evaluating the feedback ability of the Mensa collective to demonstrate the role of Second Order Cybernetics in digital engagement. It should be quite challenging as Mensans are notoriously bad at coming to
Presentation went really well. The dynamic group of attendees were quick to discuss issues and see how they could apply what they heard to their own circumstances. A number of attendees want to be kept informed of my progress and the development of an APP.
I will be one of the speakers at the LEAD Program (2015) offered by the UNSW Business School. Other keynote speakers include Alex Malley, CEO of CPA Australia, John Chandler, the CEO of Toyota Financial Services, Adam Dent, the Commissioner of NSW State Emergency Services and the NSW Treasurer, Ms Berejiklian who is an alumna
Even though I can’t go to the IR16 conference I though I could still be part of it by offering to review papers. Just finished reviewing 4 item and they were awesome. Attendees should be in for a treat. Wish I could go.
Digital-engagement: The Context of the Text. The unbounded document is a product of the new paradigm where humans work in duality of environments: the real world and the digital networked environment. To the vast majority the digital networked environment is regarded as analogous to the real world but there are clearly differences as illustrated in
Accepted for the NewMac conference. It should be good as Felicity will be able to attend. I am also introducing a new aspect to my narrative – CONTROL.
Had a great time at the Curtin conference. Presentation went well with good questions from the floor. Have a few days break in Perth then off to the Mensa Conference. Their theme is ‘sustainability’ and it looks like they have some good speakers.