Johnnie Moore

I’m interested

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

I’ve booked my place at Russell’s Interesting2007 conference. (June 16 London) The basic concept: to try to do a TED at a tiny fraction of the cost.

I’m also almost certainly going to go to Reboot again this year. A bit like Euan, I think I may pass on presenting and just go to enjoy myself.

I have a rule of thumb that the interest level of conferences is negatively correlated with the price. Which bodes well for both of these!

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