Posted on April 13, 2009 by SageCircle
IBM AR manager extraordinaire John Simonds (Twitter handle) interviewed Carter for his podcast series about AR that he posts on his “Delusions of Adequacy” blog. Topics we discussed were:
- What is the state of A/R right now?
- What is a good A/R practice/best practice?
- What is a bad A/R practice or incident that we can learn from (without names)?
- What could the A/R industry do to improve?
For the good and bad AR practices questions Carter looked at both an AR practitioner practice and an AR management practice.
It was a fun and interesting discussion. Please visit Podcast: An Analyst’s View of Analyst Relations – Carter Lusher of SageCircle to hear the interview.
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Posted on November 17, 2008 by SageCircle
John is an AR professional running AR for IBM’s Lotus division. The post is well worth reading, click here to visit John’s Delusions of Adequacy blog. Here are a few extracts (with my emphasis in maroon):
2. If you can’t get your message delivered in 15 charts or less, you likely have clarification issues.
5. No chart is golden, (many) could (should) be sacrificed.
8. If the analyst wants to go off the charts, be willing to go as long as you stay on topic.
9. Use A/R to speak to the analyst before the briefing/discussion/meeting/conference to see Continue reading
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