A few weeks ago, I posted a poll on the Ingenuity blog and on my LinkedIn page about the “new favorite” way to learn about process automation. (By the way – I can’t tell whether I’m loving the use of quotations all the time. Think we’ll get to a point where the “new normal” or “new (blank) will just…be the next buzz word?)
Thank you to everyone who participated! We got a ton of great feedback, and I’m in the process of cross-referencing our results with some notable sources to see what the next cool learning trend is going to be. Without doing a complete analysis, I did find it fascinating that a lot of people said they liked the webinars with live Q&A. I can’t help but ask myself, “Does that include the live web cameras too?”
I think seeing people’s faces gives it a little more of a personal feel to it – it makes you feel like you’re included in the conversation. Although I didn’t activate my camera during Siemens first Innovation Session, Jack Roushey and Billy Jenkins did. I think seeing their faces and hearing their explanations made it more engaging, and it was certainly refreshing to see a new face! Were you guys able to tune into the session? If so, what did you think?
If you missed it, or have no idea what I’m talking about, we have another session on Tuesday, May 4, 2021, that you can check out. I’m excited to sit in on this one. I’m not participating, but we have some awesome presenters, and fellow bloggers, talking about the oil and gas industry! I think we’re going to have a special guest sitting in on the conversation too, so join me as Eric Heilveil and Martin Dingman dive into the world of gas pipelines and flow measurement.