Posted By HALE on 04 May 2008 02:40 PM
4. The DS speaker
This man definitly knew what he was talking about. I could tell
that from the one word in 10 that I could understand. Very
annoying. Some of it is my problem, but many others couldn't
understand him at all.
5. More handouts
Part of the value of these sessions is taking things back to the
staff that couldn't make it. I know that most will be on-line
somewhere, some time, but having paper to write notes on during the
sessions would really help.
I think 5 is the answer to 4. handouts to follow along with the
speaker, would solve this, along with a place to jot notes, as your
I have a vision of the State of the Union addresses, with all our
wonderfull congress(wo)men, following along with the speech.
I attended a Delmia COE, in Detriot, and one of the presenters in
the main area to all, was the leader of one of the car makers, from
Japan. He spoke in Japanese, and then it was translated live.
Interesting concept, but the pauses, cut the speech content in
half. It was a pretty amazing demo of an assembly line, with human
These managers, like to personally show off the fruit of their
labor, which is understandable. It takes passion to be that