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Mar 05, 2008: Good looking pre-conference seminar at the IA Summit

I like the looks of this: "Becoming a leader—from IA to business and beyond":

Information Architecture is maturing as a profession, and IAs are increasingly being called on to leadership positions within their organizations. This seminar will be a daylong workshop that will explore the relationship between Information Architecture and Leadership. We will examine this relationship from two perspectives:

  • How IAs can become effective leaders in their organizations (and in society as a whole).
  • How IA skills and processes can make managers and organizations—of any type—more effective.

You can't go wrong spending the day with instructors like these: Christopher Fahey, Margaret Hanley, Harry Max, Karen McGrane, Josh Rubin, and Jorge Arango.

Yikes. Miami is just around the corner...

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Comment: B (Mar 5, 2008)

Too bad I'm starting my new job that week, it pretty much sums up what I was hired to do.

Comment: geld lenen (Mar 10, 2008)

Is this conference also open for exchange students? Would like to join again!

Best regards,


The Netherlands

Comment: Lou (Mar 10, 2008)

Hi Geld; it's open to anyone!

Comment: Masood (Mar 12, 2008)

We are getting clarity. We need these seminars in India too, but not sure India is ready. But somebody has to make a start


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