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Last meeting with Debbie before capstone presentation!
Momento team ran through the presentation for feedback:
Introduce the next person who’s speaking – just quickly. Like Jen did “Now to April to talk […]
Debbie loves product features slide.
Debbie still doesn’t see the financial slide – where is that?
From Debbie: You should actually have a slide that says “Based on where we are, this is how m […]
Logistics clarification: 15 minutes to present, 5 minutes for questions
Slide limit doesn’t matter
Questions from Momento:
We’ve received feedback from Debbie that it feels jumpy because there’s many o […]
Pull up presentation from class, run through it with Debbie. Joel gave an overview of each slide:
Video is great
Who’s talking after video? (As of now, it’s Dan)
Dan needs to be super enthusiastic (or […]
Sent Debbie a link to class presentation to review
Debbie will review tomorrow 11/30 on plane
Run through our presentation tonight with Debbie for initial feedback
Each read two slides each instead of […]
Topic: 11/7 deliverables – prototype, memo, slide deck
Deliverables look good
Terrifically done, hits all the points you want to hit
It’s so f […]
Updated Debbie with what we turned in for 11/7
Debbie didn’t get a chance to check email and prep for this meeting as she was traveling
Debbie will take a closer look at the outline we put together for o […]
Ooh good point about enjoying the discussions more than the actual show… I think that can be especially true when it comes to reality TV. Having someone to gossip or freakout with about the drama on TV is more fun than actually watching it happen sometimes.
Erin Mihalik wrote a new post, Animal Crossing New Horizons and Pocket Camp: What's better about mobile?, on the site Erin Mihalik 8 months, 1 week ago
In March of 2020, I eagerly sat down in front of my TV to play Animal Crossing: New Horizons (ACNH) on Nintendo Switch (if you don’t know anything about Animal Crossing, here’s a helpful video). It couldn’t have c […]
Updates (high-level) on various deliverables due soon:
October 31: Campaign & Activation Editorial Calendar (Jen/Dan)
November 7: Prototype (Erin/Joel/Danny)
November 7: Memo to Co […]
Interesting post Claire! I agree with Alejandra above, this sounds like a really great opportunity to revolutionize first responder agencies. When reading your post about mobile fingerprinting capabilities, my immediate thought went to the iPhone. I have what some might call an older iPhone (8+) and I chose my phone because I wasn’t quite ready to…[Read more]
Feedback on features and cost structure:
Joel provided overview of standard features for standard users, premium features for subscription users, and payment options
Set standard for easy-pay options? […]
Digital architecture looks great
Glad we thought through APIs and tech
Process model is spot on. It’s not overly complicated but tells the whole story (current state and the innovation s […]
Interesting post Kathryn! First, I’ll say kudos to your company for its thoroughness – wow. I think it’s good they thought about this broadly, but it does make it a bit unrealistic to actually be able to sift through all of it and understand the policies set forth. Second, I imagine whoever came up with this list, tried to do so in a way that…[Read more]
Erin Mihalik wrote a new post, My (lack of) Social Media Governance – and What I Hope to Do About It, on the site Erin Mihalik 8 months, 4 weeks ago
Agreed on your first point, Dan! Twitter seized an opportunity and capitalized on it, no doubt a great example of social listening and engaging at the right time.
For your second point, I’m curious about this as well. In my case, I only use Instagram and when I found I was having trouble, I gave up. I even relished not having access to…[Read more]
To do: run through deliverables for Sunday 10/10 for feedback from Debbie (Digital Analysis, Data & Process Map)
Debbie’s temple email (to share items from Sharepoint): Tuj70476@temple.edu
Joel presented op […]
Erin Mihalik wrote a new post, My (lack of) Social Media Governance – and What I Hope to Do, on the site Social Media Innovation MIS 5603 Fall 2021 9 months ago
Several of you know where I stand on social media. I, like several others in this cohort, am “anti-social media.” But this warrants clarification, because I’m not 100% anti-social media all the time. I’m really […]
Erin, all I can say is wow and ditto. I appreciate that you included the summary of the guidelines above and echo your sentiments. Our department within the university barely operates at a 1 for many of the same reasons with no expressed intentions of shifting focus to support this area in the future. I attended a summit today that discussed the need for individuals who know better to seek out opportunities to present data to leaders in the form of a compelling story with a clear call for change. This is certainly an area to advocate for additional support because when done well, certainly is a full time job that can have transformative results.
Erin, I think you most definitely have a great case for letting it go to the way-side. Social Media management IS a full time job if it is to be done right. In my roll as one, I have come across attitudes that reflect a negative opinion on the profession (all you do is post stuff to social media, has actually been said out-loud to me by a coworker). Needless to say, I do A LOT of other tasks in addition to running my business’s social media channels (5 total on my own) For you to be the main marketer, you most certainly deserve some help.
What I really like is that you want to grow and become better even though you are aware that the social media is on the back burner. I hope they provide you the resources you need to do the best job that you are clearly capable of doing.
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