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Meet David Allen, Eric Mack and Chris Blatnick at Lotusphere 2009

Lotusphere 2009 will kick off in Orlando, Florida in mid January, and we wanted you to meet a few mind mapping enthusiasts who will be presenting there. If you plan to attend the conference, make sure to stop by these interactive sessions:

Lotus Notes and Me: Maximizing Personal Productivity with Lotus Notes

Presented by Eric Mack and David Allen

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Session Description:

People often talk about Lotus Notes being an "organizational" productivity tool; that’s the way Lotus Notes is marketed and it’s often the way organizations deploy it – as a top down solution. Seldom do you hear about Lotus Notes being used for "personal" productivity or knowledge management. As a consequence many users see Notes as a “company” tool and not “their” tool. When tools become “personal,” productivity increases and when personal productivity increases so does the productivity of the workgroup and the organization. This session will show both expert and novice Notes users how they can use Notes coupled with proven best practices to make them immediately more productive.

Getting Things Done with Lotus Notes – Making Notes Personal

Presented by Eric Mack and David Allen

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Session Description:

This community of interest will explore ways to make using Lotus Notes more productive by making it “personal.” When tools become “personal,” productivity increases and when personal productivity increases, so does the productivity of the workgroup and the organization. This interactive discussion will bring together expert and novice Lotus Notes users to share how they are using Notes for personal action and information management.

Getting To WOW…Interface First Design for IBM Lotus Notes Developers

Presented by Chris Blatnick and Thomas Duff

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Session Description:

Do your Lotus Notes apps look good? We mean really good? If not and you’re ready to make the jump "from plumber to painter", then this session is for you! Today, it’s critical to make your user interfaces as compelling, friendly and just plain awesome as possible. In this session, explore the basics of Interface First design. You’ll uncover exactly what it is, why it’s important and how to get started. We’ll also explore the business justifications for using a screen back approach, how to convince your boss to change your methodology and the benefits gained. You’ll also discover why you should re-design the interface of existing high profile applications. With this sound theory under your belt, you too will know the secret for getting users to WOW!