I gave this presentation at the 2015 SLC|SEM Digital Marketing Conference. I'm always grateful to have the opportunity to speak at conferences and the folks who run SLC|SEM are great people.
The deck outlines some of the biggest mistakes I felt I made/contributed to, during the recent DeseretBook.com replatforming project that has consumed me for the past year.
If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to ping me via Twitter @robkellas.
Some tweets from the conference:
When changing e-commerce platforms you need to create a culture around revenue impact. @robkellas #slcsem #dmc2015— SLC SEM Prof Org (@slcsem) September 2, 2015
If you want to flourish, you have to understand the systems people use & how they’re using them to accomplish a goal @DuaneForrester #SLCSEM— SLC SEM Prof Org (@slcsem) September 2, 2015
People don't hire you to work. They hire you for results. @RickGalan #slcsem— Rob Johnson (@robkellas) September 2, 2015
Put equal time in distributing content as creating content #SLCSEM #dmc2015 @JordanKasteler— Dan Bischoff (@DanBischoff) September 2, 2015
Ownership = Making promises + Seeing them through #slcsem via @RickGalan— Robert Brady (@robert_brady) September 2, 2015
Not an empty seat in the house! As expected, @cyrusshepard is killing it at #slcsem this morning! #DMC2015 pic.twitter.com/wCjCgdUtGd— Ryan Nadeau (@dealership) September 2, 2015