Tomorrow I’m doing something very “exciting” which is trying out a new presentation format at the 2011 Office of the National Coordinator Annual Meeting. You can access the meeting live, tomorrow, Thursday, via webcast at this link:
The presentation format is the Ignite format, which is 20 slides, 5 minutes, 15 second per slide on a timer. I’m always game for something new and you can tell me if it worked out or not. The topic is “Acceleration and Tipping Points,” and my talk is on Consumer E-Health, where I’ll be joined by 3 other innovators in the 9:45 am – 10:15 am EST time slot. We just did our first joint rehearsal this evening. This promises to be fun. I think.
Because this format reinforces brevity and constraint, I’m publishing the links to the studies and data cited in my slides below. I’m also publishing images of the slides as a teaser. The format really requires storytelling to go along with the images so having these in advance won’t spoil the content, or the fun (or terror).
No complaints, I chose this path in life, and thanks to Claudia Williams (@ClaudiaWilliams) and Lauree Ostrofsky (@SimplyLeap) for the interest in trying something new, and supporting myself and fellow presenters (storytellers?) in learning how to do this. I will definitely be wearing the lucky wardrobe for this one.
See you in person or online tomorrow.
Links to facts/data behind the images below: