So much communication is now electronically mediated – everywhere. What is the impact on establishing and deepening relationships between co-workers and among our non-work interactions? How does this affect writing and speaking–in person or virtually? How do we develop an information diet to balance our interactions? This engaging breakout session will touch on all of these components that have become a fabric of 21st century life.
Bob is Professor Emeritus, Computer Science at Washington University in St. Louis.; he held many leadership positions at WU, including IT Strategy Director for the School of Medicine, and Director of the Center for Intelligent Computing Systems. Bob is a founder of the St. Louis SIM Chapter and a Past President of Society for Information Management.
Bob Rouse has facilitated SIM’s Regional Leadership Forum since 1995. Bob has taught and spoken internationally on leadership and management topics as well as serving as an expert witness in intellectual property litigation.