About Swan (the author)

Robert Swanwick

Robert Swanwick

Robert Swanwick has been working on the business portion of IT projects for 20 years. Over that time he has added the following skills

  • eCommerce  in 1997
  • content management in 1999
  • portals/KM in 2000
  • web2.0/enterprise2.0 in 2005
  • product management in 2007

Robert currently consults organizations on KM, collaboration, web2.0/enterprise2.0, and event technology.  He currently serves as the Product Manager for School of One. He travels from the DC area.

Businesses that Robert runs:

  • Speaker Interactive (@SpkrInteractive) provides “Professional Speakers in Digital Form”.  Online media product for speakers bureaus to supplement their in-person speaker offerings.
  • twebevent (@twebevent) provides “Collaborative Media”.  The ability for anyone to merge video (live or recorded) with a Twitter Chat to make it more collaborative.  Free to attend events and free to create/host events
  • another business in early stages

Topics on his mind include

  • the best use of technology to improve business
  • the best use of technology to improve events
  • improving business collaboration, innovation, and knowledge sharing
  • how media can drive collaboration
  • Improving the way we measure business success for better continuous improvement

I hope that you come along for and enjoy the ride.  Please comment early and often.  I will do my best to respond to every comment.

22 responses to “About Swan (the author)

  1. Robert,
    Thank you for following me on Twitter. This example of your work is very impressive. Twitter gave me this great opportunity to view your “ink.”

    I will be presenting in Florida in two weeks and one of my presentation will be to inform professionals about Social Media. You have given me another reason to “sing” the praise of Twitter.

    I’ll look forward to the chance to read and learn from you. I’m certain I’ll post again.

    I wish the best year ever for you and those within your circle of influence.

    Cheers,
    Lisa

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    Pourya Dehnadi thought it might be worthwhile for us to meet. As the COO at Levick Communications, I am challenged with finding top talent in digital consulting and media in positions from VP to AE. He and my wife work together, and when she described our situation, Pourya immediately thought of you. Contact me via email or 202-302-0205. I’m sure it would be mutually beneficial.

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  9. Kathleen Hubert

    Hello,

    I was wondering if you accept guest post for your blog. If you do, I would like to submit a few. I’m a recent college graduate, with an English major, looking to build out my portfolio. I can write on a wide variety of topics and am sure you would be happy with the quality. Please email me back if you are interested. Thank you for your time.

    – Kathleen Hubert
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002374243662

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