The 2013 CASE Summit for leaders in advancement begins today (Sunday, July 14) and continues through Tuesday, July 16. I’m here in San Francisco for the Summit, but probably will do more tweeting than blogging during the event. (A post-summit blog post in this space is almost certain.) So if you want to know what topics, speakers and sessions are piquing the interest of Summit attendees, your best bet is to follow the Twitter feed: #CASESummit.
This promises to be a terrific conference. The lineup of speakers, presenters and panelists is amazing. (I get to introduce one of them: Francis Flynn, professor of organizational behavior at Stanford, who speaks twice on Monday on “Communication and the Art of Persuasion.”) And the conference’s overarching theme of disruption is more relevant now than when I wrote a preview of this conference back in May.
If you’re here in person, I hope we get to meet. I’ll be the guy tweeting on what appears to be an Etch-A-Sketch.