RMSLA’s next Virtual Lunch is on Thursday, April 19, 2012 at noon, Mountain time. Angela Kangiser will share her insights on “Delivering Business Research & Intelligence Visually.”
Information professionals working in all types of industries are continually looking to add value to the research deliverables they provide to their clientele. One key way to add value is to synthesize and display research results visually. Displaying research results visually helps clarify complex data, which facilitates good decision-making.
Attend this RMSLA Virtual Lunch event to understand:<
- Why it is important to incorporate visuals into our research deliverables today,
- What kinds of information and intelligence can be displayed visually, and
- How to integrate new technologies for a more visually-appealing report.
About Angela Kangiser Angela Kangiser is Director of Business Development and Research at Access/Information, a firm that has delivered key information for decision-making to attorneys and business executives for over 30 years. Prior to joining Access/Information, Angela was president of Online Business Research. Angela is a recognized information industry leader and speaks on business and competitive intelligence research. She also writes for industry publications, including the articles, “What ‘Value-Added Deliverables’ Means Today,” (ONLINE Magazine, January/February 2011) and “Delivering Competitive Intelligence Visually,” (Competitive Intelligence Magazine, September/October 2003).
Register now to reserve your seat at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/960239905
This program is free to all SLA members. Non-members are welcome to attend for a $10 registration fee. Please allow 48 hours for our volunteers to confirm your registration and payment.
The PayPal link will be available shortly at https://rockymountain.sla.org/chapter-events/april-19-virtual-lunch-delivering-results-visually/ (or short form, https://bit.ly/KangiserVisualRMSLA)
System Requirements PC-based attendees Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server Macintosh®-based attendees Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newer