In this issue of The Chariot Group Newsletter: Rick Thomas, President & CEO, is featured in Insights Success Magazine’s The 50 Most Creative CEOs to Watch issue; make sure that meeting participants understand each other, five steps to launching a great only training program; and the Features & Benefits of Maintenance Agreements.
In this issue of The Chariot Group Newsletter: on the 17th Anniversary of the founding of The Chariot Group, Rick Thomas reflects on how much has changed over the years; Heather Kinzie shares her insight as a change consultant; we share two events in Alaska: our Collaboration Showcase and Prosper Alaska Summit and Expo; watch Polycom’s series of Vidiquette videos with Polly Calm and learn how to make a great first impression with digital signage from Visix.
In this issue of The Chariot Group Newsletter: The Ah-Ha Moment! This issues highlights two articles on accelerating the ah-ha moment that leads to the adoption of technology. It also features the Unknownium article “What You Can Feel But Cannot See”, the Strive magazine, the new laser projectors for Epson and findings from Lifesize’s research.
In this issue of The Chariot Group Newsletter: questions to ask when considering new technology, how to evaluate the effectiveness of digital signage content, staying productive during the summer months, collaboration best practices and Christie’s Stay-bright lamp warranty promotion.
In this issue: developing positive information sharing and collaboration cultures; cost cutting versus innovation; the before and after affects of meeting room interactive displays; how frequent is too frequent for productive meetings; and a SMART kapp bundle promotion.
In this issue: read posts from TCGU focused on service, the Education Technology Insights story The Chariot Group: Torchbearer of Digital Transformation, engage employees with metrics displayed on digital signage, ways to retrain minds used to multitasking, and an in-depth video on the Nureva Span collaboration system.
In this issue: read about perceived distance, the 4 dimensions of communication, and engaging different generations with digital signage. Learn about videoconferencing for telehealth, how students in higher ed succeed with MediaSite, and avoiding groupthink with digital brainwriting.
In this issue of The Chariot Group Newsletter: Rick Thomas, President & CEO, is featured in Insights Success Magazine’s The 50 Most Creative CEOs to Watch issue; using music and sound in the classroom; becoming a SMART Exemplary Educator and Polycom’s education technology innovation survey.
In this issue of The Chariot Group Newsletter: on the 17th Anniversary of the founding of The Chariot Group, Rick Thomas reflects on how much has changed over the years; in the latest TCGU video, Bob Jackman demonstrates how to update SMART firmware; Monster Quiz is the latest addition to SMART lab; learn how to improve communication and safety with digital signage and meet out Service Team.
In this issue of The Chariot Group Newsletter: what’s new with SMART Notebook 16, the latest TCGU video, Back-to-School Promotions from SMART, the benefits of classroom audio, and ways to use technology to facilitate project-based learning.
August Education Newsletter
In this issue we feature President and CEO Rick Thomas’ recent post on Unknownium. We share articles from our partners on SAMR; student-centered learning; the role of classroom audio in a multi-sensory approach to teaching; and using digital signage to promote and manage events.
In this issue: we are featured in the Education Technology Insights magazine, Heather Kinzie asks, ‘What’s Your Favorite Flavor?’ and Bob Jackman, in his latest TCGU video, introduces us to BalanceBox. We also highlight blog posts from our partners; Nureva, Visix and SMART Technologies.
In this issue: read articles on stealth assessment in the collaborative classroom, the Million Lights Project, and how to put together a hackathon for your students. Also, it’s not too late to benefit from SMART’s March Madness promos.