What was once novel and exciting with promise, Social Media has seemingly become mainstream. However, due to the nature of the technology and its users, the field is evolving rapidly along with the best ways to use it for business effectiveness. Social Media is one of those areas in which you can become obsolete in a matter of months.
Social Media Revisited
With Angela Dingle CMC
At the same time, there are new ways to use social media that didn't exist a few months ago (and even ancient history from 2009!). Quite possibly, these include approaches you can use to enhance your market presence and service to clients. We will not spend a lot of time with the history of social media, except to help you understand how it has evolved and how your use of social media may benefit from change.
We'll review the most popular tools and ones deemed most effective for consultants. We'll also provide some hands-on experience with some of these tools and share our most effective use of them to improve our skills and awareness, market our consulting services and serve our clients. Wrap
up with a case study that examines how one or more business(es) used social media to
improve their bottom line.
About Our Speaker:
Angela Dingle is
President of Ex Nihilo Management, LLC, a management and business
consulting firm specializing in strategic assessments and Information
Technology management. Based in Washington, DC, the company targets
local, state and federal agencies to help them assess, plan and
implement the processes necessary to meet corporate objectives and
ensure solutions are delivered in accordance with industry accepted
standards and organizational guidelines.
Before founding Ex Nihilo, Angela Dingle served as a Line of Business
Manager with profit and loss (P&L) responsibility for over $40
million dollars in contract engagements for commercial, state and
federal agencies. Angela is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) with
over twenty years of experience in business leadership, IT governance,
risk management, compliance, software engineering, and quality
assurance. She holds a Master of Science in Management Information
Systems from Bowie State University, Bowie, MD and a Bachelor of Science
in Computer Science from DeVry Institute, Columbus, OH.
Angela serves as Diversity Co-Chair on the Executive Advisory Board
for Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP) and Chair of the Women
Presidents, Officers and Chief Executives (POCx) Group for the American
Small Business Coalition. She is a member of the Institute of Management
Consultants (IMC), where she serves as Professional Development Chair for the National Capital Region Chapter, ISACA, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.