Presentations“Whatever you do, do something worth sharing” for Fontys HogescholenPosted on 30 May 201117 views1 minute readbyPolle A group of students from the International Lifestyle Studies at Fontys in Tilburg is visiting Ghent for a two-day trip. I was lucky enough to join Tom Palmaerts and Pedro Debruyckere in a “bar college” on trends, lifestyle and the digital world. Here’s my presentation. Total 0 Shares Like 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 0 Share 0 Like Tweet Pin it Related Topicsacts not adsbrandingfontyslecturepresentationstuff worth sharing Polle Hi, I am Polle de Maagt. I change companies to be less about ads and more about acts. This is my notebook. Previous Article Best practices Blog Customer centricity is in the details: “Sorry, sir, we don’t help reservation numbers, we help people.” Posted on 27 May 2011byPolle View Post Next Article Models & Frameworks Proactive versus reactive conversation management Posted on 31 May 2011byPolle View Post You May Also Like View Post Presentations “Why we keep failing in really implementing social media” for #Marcom12 Posted on 13 June 2012byPolle View Post Presentations “Service is sales. Why service management is the single most important thing. Ever.” for Heliview Service Management Conference Posted on 12 June 2012byPolle View Post Presentations “From social gimmicks to social business; Storytelling in the social age.” for PromaxBDA New Zealand / Australia Posted on 21 May 2012byPolle View Post Presentations “The social business case” for STIMA Social Media Bootcamp #smb0805 Posted on 8 May 2012byPolle View Post Presentations I’m speaking at #fusionmex … but now what? Posted on 2 May 2012byPolle View Post Presentations “Do stuff worth sharing. Small steps to success in this digital world.” for #KJ12 Posted on 19 April 2012byPolle View Post Presentations Do-it-yourself health: A plea for technology and nudge mechanisms in health for UMC Utrecht Posted on 17 January 2012byPolle View Post Presentations “A plea for geeks and fails in public services” for Brussels Regional Informatics Center Posted on 9 December 2011byPolle Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Your Comment * Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.