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Meetings have the potential to create significantly greater value for stakeholders through better design of content and format. Meetings provide value for stakeholders through the actions of the participants and meetings are therefore designed to reinforce or change participant behaviour. Meeting Architecture is the task of designing the meeting experience, its content, format and context, in order to facilitate the desired reinforcement or change in participant behaviour and thus provide greater value for stakeholders. Source: www.meetingarchitecture.com
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Unmembership and unconferences

Unmembership and unconferences | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
Sparked by my article Is unmembership the future of associations?, Joe Rominiecki, senior editor of Associations Now, has published an interview with me: How “Unmembership” Gets Back to the Roots of Associating.
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10 tips for more engaging presentations at events - Event Industry News

1: Capture your audience early If your presentation begins slowly, or your audience loses faith in your abilities, they may switch off. And once they’re gone, they’re very hard to get back.
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How to Create a Captivating Presentation

How to Create a Captivating Presentation | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
Terrified of presenting in front of an audience? Or just a little shy? How to take your public speaking ability and slide presentations from uncomfortable to awesome.
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16 Creative Ways to Supercharge Presentations

16 Creative Ways to Supercharge Presentations | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
This post has been too long in coming, dating to an outstanding presentation at the American Marketing Association Market Research Conference I chaired. In one of the fastest paced 90 minute presen...
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How to Tell if That Industry Event Is Really Worth Your Money

How to Tell if That Industry Event Is Really Worth Your Money | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
Learn how to assess whether you should shell out dough to attend or sponsor an industry event.
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Advice for Making Friends Fast: Don't Overshare

Advice for Making Friends Fast: Don't Overshare | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
Relationship researchers use a protocol called 'Fast Friends,' where two people disclose information about themselves gradually and reciprocally.
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How One Meetings Organization Interpreted Digital Disruption | Fork In The Road Blog | Social Media, Technology, Innovation for the Events Industry

How One Meetings Organization Interpreted Digital Disruption | Fork In The Road Blog | Social Media, Technology, Innovation for the Events Industry | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
The live meetings industry is in flux. Digital disruption from virtual meetings, social media and mobile platforms are equal parts threat and opportunity depending on one’s vantage point.
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In the Future, Who Will Need Teachers?

In the Future, Who Will Need Teachers? | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
The success of online guitar lessons by star instructors shows what lies ahead for all kinds of education. If the guitar world is any indication, we will still need teachers who stand in front of a room and talk—but fewer of them.
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Five good reasons to exhibit

Use these five reasons to justify exhibiting and attending live events...
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The New Decision Making Process Towards Attending Events

The New Decision Making Process Towards Attending Events | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
The way we decide to attend events is changing. This post helps you to understand how new technologies influence our prospective attendee decisions. Note: Let me warn you, it's going to be a long and sometimes complex post.
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Generation Smartphone - IEEE Spectrum

Generation Smartphone - IEEE Spectrum | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it

Generation Smartphone - The smartphone’s role as constant companion, helper, coach, and guardian has only just begun

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Four Principles For Planning Brain-Friendly Annual Meetings

Four Principles For Planning Brain-Friendly Annual Meetings | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
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Sensational Science

Sensational Science | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it

PSAV commissioned Brain Strength Systems to compile research findings that explore the effects of audiovisual technologies on the brain. It confirms event technology plays a large part in how much we gain from meetings.

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How to cure stage fright: The science behind public speaking.

How to cure stage fright: The science behind public speaking. | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
Tips and other good things.
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How to Market an Event: 50 Event Marketing Tips | Orbit Media Studios

How to Market an Event: 50 Event Marketing Tips | Orbit Media Studios | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
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Six reasons you should hold multi-day events | Conferences That Work

Six reasons you should hold multi-day events | Conferences That Work | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
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Conference News - Research White Papers - Study: Face-to-Face Meetings Matter to All Age Groups - Successful Meetings

Conference News - Research White Papers - Study: Face-to-Face Meetings Matter to All Age Groups - Successful Meetings | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
Study: Face-to-Face Meetings Matter to All Age Groups - Millennials and baby boomers agree on the value of face-to-face meetings, finds a new study from the Center for Exhibition Industry Research.
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How to Market an Event: 50 Event Marketing Tips

How to Market an Event: 50 Event Marketing Tips | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
The date is set. The venue is booked. Now you just need to get people to show up. Worried? Maybe a little? Don’t be.
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The Science of Storytelling: Why Telling a Story is the Most Powerful Way to Activate Our Brains

The Science of Storytelling: Why Telling a Story is the Most Powerful Way to Activate Our Brains | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
A good story can make or break a presentation, article, or conversation. But why is that? When Buffer co-founder Leo Widrich started to market his product through stories instead of benefits and bullet points, sign-ups went through the roof.
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12 Trends Disrupting the Market for Lifelong Learning

12 Trends Disrupting the Market for Lifelong Learning | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
With a new year right around the corner, it seems like a good time to reflect on some of the trends that have been gaining steam throughout the past year (or more, in some cases).
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How Technology is Changing Events [Infographic]

How Technology is Changing Events [Infographic] | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
Technology and Social Media are deeply changing the way we market, consume and measure events. How about a nice infographic to sum up the impact of this change? Last week I was at EIBTM. I had a blast.
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The myth of breakfast, lunch and dinner

The myth of breakfast, lunch and dinner | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
Most British people have been brought up on three square meals a day, but it wasn't always that way.
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Adopting Better Discount Practices

Adopting Better Discount Practices | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
The second of a three-part pricing series, this article focuses on improving the use discounts to boost attendance, engagement and room block pickup, while improving social and environmental performance.
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Gen Y in the Workplace [Infographic] - PayScale

Gen Y in the Workplace [Infographic] - PayScale | Meeting Architecture | Scoop.it
They may text during every free moment, but they're bringing tech savvy and plenty of education to the workplace. See Gen Y at work.
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21 ways to boost your event

Here you can find 21 ways to boost your event or conference.
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