The Intersection

Let the Gamification Begin!

How can meeting planners use games to enhance their events? In the latest installment of The Intersection, Geoteaming CEO John Chen offers a few ideas.

by Corin Hirsch

Knowledge Hubs

The Top 25 Future-Ready U.S. Cities

Economists ranked 36 U.S. metropolitan areas on factors including human captital, infrastructure, and commerce to create a list of the cities most poised to grow and thrive in the future.

by Barbara Palmer

Unconventional

What’s Awe Got to Do With It?

Awesome? That word is surely overused, but recent studies indicate that giving attendees truly awe-inspiring experiences may be the most valuable byproduct of face-to-face events.

by Michelle Russell

Latest Articles

Survey Responses

Surveys That Make People Think

There are better alternatives to the overwhelmingly popular "strongly agree" to "strongly disagree" rankings of the Likert scale, one learning expert argues.

Survey Responses

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The Trouble With Evals

The feedback form is such a fixture in the meetings industry that you would think it would have been perfected by now. But as a new Convene survey suggests, it's a tool that is ripe for redesign.

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mindfulness

Bringing Mindfulness to Meetings

From the C-suite to the celebrity interview, mindfulness is everywhere. It’s even starting to center itself at meetings and conferences. Here’s why — and what it can do for your attendees.

mindfulness

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Enough With the Vanity Metrics

What is your conference data really telling you?

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