MindMeld is an interactive discussion forum of industry peers designed to foster review, debate, and offer proposed resolutions to issues inhibiting industry growth.@omniture on Twitter), the session was broken down into three main blocks of about an hour each:
- scoping and establishing the breath of discussion,
- identify critical events, technologies and necessary actions
- report key takeaways, resolutions and call to action (from an individual perspective, for Omniture and the industry as a whole)
MindMeld at eMetrics: the conversation continuesI'm glad to be part of it again, but now, as Jim puts it "that was only the beginning. Now, it's time to take action." The topic will be "What needs to happen to move the industry forward?", nothing less. In my new duties as one of the member of the Web Analytics Association Board of Directors, I guess this will be on my mind pretty much all the time!
Talking about eMetrics, I will be speaking twice, first about the web analytics maturity model I have developed and put the test (also check this post), and a second time on a panel about "The Softer Side of Metrics - Is it Hot in Here or is it Just Me?" with my friends Peterson and Jonathan Levitt. Jonathan will talk about 4Q and I will cover WASP.