San Francisco – When you attend one of our MDM Summits or another focused conference, you’ll often meet a whole group of people you wish you were working with. Many are engaging, effective and thorough people who might have taken a large organization from Point A to Point B in some way. Wow, you say, because to achieve that in any way is an impressive thing.

But mostly, people come to speak at events like this because they want to. They self-select themselves to visible jobs that demand presence, personality and the ability to network -- and then step out and share the experience. They provide, for whatever motive they have, a glimpse at the talent pool and leaders in the cultural, social and governance movements that companies are suddenly spending on as if it meant their survival.   

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