- What organizational culture is all about
- How to develop effective internal marketing programs to drive cultural change
- What are the key ingredients for a successful employee advocacy programs
- How to measure success of a cultural marketing program
Corporate culture has become a pop culture buzzword, but many executives don’t clearly understand the business purpose. This is one of the most untapped areas for marketers. Why? Consider this chain effect: Driving the right company narrative affects employee’s behaviors > collective behavior change affects company’s culture > and healthy organizational culture affects the entire company’s productivity. The stakes are high, with 70% of American employees are “disengaged” costing companies $450-to-$550 billion in lost productivity per year (Gallup). In his talk, Jason will address the genesis of the organizational culture movement, why it has become essential to growing a robust business and why it might possibly be the future of marketing.
Jason Korman CEO at Gapingvoid, Culture Design Group
Jason is CEO of gapingvoid ltd and it’s Culture Design Group, a thought leader in the area of adapting change at scale to large organizations. He is a proven innovator, combining industry models in unexpected ways to create novel, effective approaches to business creation and growth. He has broad experience in the alcoholic beverage industry, leveraging supply chain strategies, social media and channel marketing.
Jason is particularly interested in new models for driving change in large organizations, and how creative approaches to environment shifts workplace, behavior, culture and experience. He believes that the future of effective leadership will rely heavily on new creative tools.
- Networking: 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
- Presentation: 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Rapid Mobile Development using React Native and WordPress
To showcase how React Native and WordPress can play together, let’s walk through a sample mobile app over the course of the lecture. Starting with an overview of why in the world anyone would want to do this, we’ll follow up with a breakdown all of the moving parts from zero to one hundred (I mean, real quick). Next, we’ll learn a little bit more about React Native with a recap on React itself. Finally, we’ll connect those ideas with the WordPress JSON API and ponder on ideas about the future to be written.
Ptah Dunbar is a Traveling Captain, Full Stack Web and Mobile Developer, CTO on-demand, and Wielder of Worldly Languages. He has over a decade experience contributing to open source and enjoys living hyperlocal in metropolitan cities. When he’s not plundering for the next adventure, you can often find Ptah participating in communities through meet ups, events, and volunteer-run conferences. For the latest happenings on his next adventure, follow Ptah on Twitter @ptahdunbar.
Here are two stories that really caught my attention this week.
An anonymous malware researcher inadvertently helped stop the spread of a global cyberattack that hit at least 150 countries.
The 22-year-old researcher, who goes by the name MalwareTech, has become an internet hero for their efforts to stem the spread of the WannaCry ransomware. MalwareTech, who is based in the U.K., did not disclose their identity or gender to CNN. MalwareTech published a blog post early Saturday morning detailing how they stopped the spread of this ransomware. Read the story here
It’s official: Most password-strength requirements are dumb
You must use at least one uppercase letter, a symbol, and a number. Or, wait, maybe not. ccording to the experts at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), some of the password-strength requirements drilled into our skulls over the years are actually not that helpful.
What’s worse, they may be counterproductive. As such, the institute issued a new draft of security guidelines on May 11, 2017, aimed at security professionals and recommending several significant changes to the password requirements we’ve come to accept as a necessary part of life. Read the story here
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