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Please join us on Thursday December 8 at American Airlines Headquarters for our
Annual Networking/Social Meeting and “Gold Elephant Book Exchange”
For full information, including a map click: http://dfwodnet.org/december2016meeting/
(Free for members. $10 for Guests. Please RSVP using Register button above.)
- Connect: get to know one another better – personally & professionally
- Learn: share knowledge informally during the book exchange
- Enjoy: fellowship + creative responses (and humor) of the game
Please bring a gift-wrapped book that is meaningful to you – perhaps a book from your own library to ‘pay it forward’ or one from a second hand bookstore. Don’t spend a lot of money – it’s the thought that counts!
The game will be similar to a traditional white elephant gift exchange — each person in turn will unwrap a book or ‘steal’ one that someone else has already opened. Unlike ‘white elephants’ (which are often useless), the books are ‘gold elephants’ that will contain some unique nuggets of wisdom when opened (or stolen) by the right recipient! Discovering those golden nuggets will be part of the game as people talk about the books they give (and the ones they get)!
(Please join our LinkedIn Group if you haven’t yet done so, and comment on the discussions.)
Schedule for Thursday Evening:
Meeting Location: American Airlines Headquarters *
4333 Amon Carter Boulevard, Center Port 5 (6 Story Building)
Fort Worth, TX 76155
>> Click for Satellite Map of the building and parking (with lat/long)
Note: Take Hwy 183 to the Amon Carter exit; Go south to Sovereign Rd (SW corner).
Parking is plentiful, free, and very close to the door (see map). ADA accessible.
Cost: No charge for members ($60/year). $10 for guests.
[See the main website link above for complete meeting description.]
Presenter / Facilitator: Jim Jameson
Jim Jameson is a Principal at Noah Consulting LLC (a firm specializing in Master Data Management for the Upstream Oil & Gas industry). His role is to improve the success rate of technology adoption projects, working mainly in the areas of Change Management, Collaboration, and Communications. He believes that focusing on the people side of technology change is the key to improving ROI on transformational 'IT solutions'.