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Twitter View – Gartner Symposium in Cannes – Wednesday

by Carol Rozwell  |  November 11, 2010  |  1 Comment

In this blog, I thought I’d give you a different view of the tweet stream From Gartner Symposium on Wednesday. This representation is courtesy of Emcien. It shows the patterns in word groupings along with the ranked popularity.


Many attendees commented on how much they enjoyed Michael Dell’s talk. This tweet summarizes it well:

@graemehackland #gartnersym Michael Dell gave very clear answers in the ‘6 questions 30 seconds to answer’ glad to see the analysts are asking a few tough Qs

There was also much action around “Social CRM The Next Generation of Customer Innovation” and whether “Games the Future of Government 2.0?”

Some other tweets you might find insightful:

@stefanschildt @Gartner_inc (Aron/Waller): “Without Leadership, Strategy is Ineffectual. Without strategy leadership lacks focus.” #Gartnersym

@bifacts Financial Indicators tells you where u have been, not where u want to go. They are legacy thinking #gartnersym

One Key Thought that keeps coming back is “Drive outcome, not output” How challenging! #gartnersym@Tri4Ever

I hope you have enjoyed the day by day summaries. Will have the event wrap-up later today.


Tags: social-media  social-networking  social-networks  symposium  

Carol Rozwell
VP Distinguished Analyst
11 years at Gartner
21 years IT industry

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