SEAS Quarter 1 in Review
So it has been a little over three months since the launch of our society and we have seen a lot of exciting activity over that period. I want to congratulate all members of SEAS on building a vibrant community with lots of interesting debates and discussions. We hope that everyone in the society is beginning to recognize the value of participating and contributing towards sharing and growing knowledge!
Let’s look at the run down in numbers for our Society’s first quarter:
- 385 registered members on LinkedIn SEAS group
- 19 Moderators working across the society’s four focus areas
- 24 Discussion Topics posted with 191 Comments on LinkedIn
- 600 Total visits to Bluelighthouse.org from May 15th to July 27
- 250 Unique visitors to Bluelighthouse.org
- 25% from Mobile devices
- 62% of Visitors return to learn about the Society on Bluelighthouse.org
- 32 Countries have visited our Society
- 14 total articles (blogs) posted on Bluelighthouse.org
In the coming quarter our research and focus will shift to Operational Plan development. Our moderators will be developing content and material related to how Strategy can be converted into execution.
We look forward to your continued contribution in our society and hope that you are improving your career by being a part of our community!
For those that may have missed some of our articles, find the links below:
Innovation & Strategy:
What blocks speed blocks innovation
Slime cleans House! Importance of Customer Segmentation
Anything + Strategy = Sexy !!
An Enterprise Architecture Value Proposition
Use Business Architecture to Link Strategy and Execution
The role of EAs and IT Strategy in Financial Institutions
Vision without Execution is just Hallucination!
Taming Lions and Tigers in your Strategic Planning Circus
The Return on Investment of Change Management
Making the ‘Soft-Stuff’ Hard in order to Drive Value for your Organization
Change Management: A Key Player in Your Starter Team
Got Transformation Glue?
Corporate & IT Governance
No bells, No whistles, Just Plain Old Governance!