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Preview: AMA Igniting Innovation Podcast- Previewing the Minnesota AMA's November 9th Conference

MN AMA Get In The Game Podcast



Audio from the Minnesota American Marketing Association's November 2009 Conference



Published: Wed, 02 Dec 2009 09:42:33 -0600

Last Build Date: Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:06:51 -0600

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Keynote-Lovemarks -The Future Beyond Brands

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 12:59:56 -0600

John Bowman & Peter Hubbell, Saatchi and Saatchi
Lovemarks - The Future Beyond Brands
Has marketing reached a dead-end in this recession? Is there nothing beyond branding-as-usual? Saatchi & Saatchi answers an emphatic "No!" In "Lovemarks - The Future Beyond Brands," we will demonstrate our conviction with over 25 cutting-edge examples from around the world. We will reveal vital dimensions of mystery, sensuality and intimacy that empower achievement of loyalty beyond reason.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Keynote01.mp3




Keynote-Optimizing Customer Loyalty

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:00:38 -0600

Optimizing Customer Loyalty - How Best Buy has added a Premier Silver tier to its Reward Zone program and what it means
Margaret Murphy, President of Denali Marketing, and Barb Olson, Vice President of Loyalty, Best Buy, will share the launch of the Premier Silver tier for Best Buy's Reward Zone program. What went in to the thinking, the value proposition of the program, and how they're continuing to optimize the modeling approach to ensure the Best customers are Premier Silver and stay Premier Silver.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Keynote02.mp3




Keynote-DQ-A Smile and Story: Innovation and an Iconic Brand

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:01:06 -0600

Michael Keller, International Dairy Queen
DQ - A Smile and Story: Innovation and an Iconic Brand
How do you keep a 70 year old, iconic brand fresh and relevant? Start with the basics and work toward brand relevant innovation from there. DQ’s story is a good one for all marketers and advertisers trying to find growth and remain competitive in a cluttered marketplace and media space.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Keynote03.mp3




Customer Loyalty- Branding in a Post-Branded World

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:01:57 -0600

Jonathan Salem Baskin, Author, Speaker and Chief Heretic
Branding in a Post-Branded World
If we truly want to realize marketing ROI, we need: (1) a new definition for brands, and (2) novel approaches to delivering them. The old approaches simply don’t work, no matter how expertly and creatively they’re repurposed; we live in a post-branded world, and our plans for 2010+ should reflect this new reality.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Loyalty01.mp3




Customer Loyalty-Marketing Momentum: How to Generate Consistent Growth

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:02:44 -0600

Marketing Momentum: How to Generate Consistent Growth
- Steve McKee, Mckee Wallwork Cleveland


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Loyalty03.mp3




Marketing Innovation:Innovating to Address the New Consumer of Today

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:03:34 -0600

Innovating to Address the New Consumer of Today
Bahram Akradi-Lifetime Fitness The current economic meltdown has permanently reshaped today’s increasingly discerning consumer. More than ever before, attracting and retaining customers demands innovative new approaches that deepen relationships, enhance connectivity and deliver real, meaningful value. In the face of a sustained economic headwind, businesses must invest in strengthening customers’ experience and results. Those who otherwise rely upon conventional wisdom face a recipe for failure, not success.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Innovation01.mp3




Marketing Innovation-Launching a Revolution: Marketing FlexPerks Visa Reward Cards

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:04:08 -0600

Launching a Revolution: Marketing FlexPerks Visa Reward Cards Bob Daly, US Bank-Launching a Revolution
This is a story of a new breed of travel reward credit cards. A story about overcoming odds and surpassing established players with bigger budgets. It's the tale of a company that listened to its customers and responded with products and a marketing campaign that resonated. It's the story of launching FlexPerks Visa


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Innovation03.mp3




Achieving Accountability-After the Click: Using Analytics to Improve the Performance of Your Online Marketing Campaigns

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:04:51 -0600

After the Click: Using Analytics to Improve the Performance of Your Online Marketing Campaigns- Benjamin Rudolph, Search Discovery
90% of the success of your online marketing campaigns has to do with your website, not the marketing. Using web analytics to tend to the site is, therefore, what's most important. Session attendees will learn actionable tips to help them optimize their website to maximize conversions after the click.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Accountability02.mp3




Achieving Accountability-Are you Leaving Money on the Table?

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:05:19 -0600

Dom Rossi, Magazine Publishers of America: Are you Leaving Money on the Table?
Today, agencies are being asked to “do more with less.” Understanding precisely which media delivers on that directive and at what cost, is more important now than ever. This presentation takes an insightful look at media performance with cross-media ROI analytics and “best practices” that optimizes the purchase funnel and turning “intent into action.”


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Accountability03.mp3




Social Media-Beyond the Hype: An Introduction to Social Media

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:06:03 -0600

Beyond the Hype: An Introduction to Social Media
Clockwork Active Media Systems
Nancy Lyons and Meghan Wilker - Geek Girls
“Social media” is the buzzword of the moment. But, what does it actually mean? Beyond the hype, how can people and businesses use these tools to connect with employees, clients and customers? The Geek Girls will give an overview of the social media sphere and discuss how to create a social media strategy that really works.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/SocialMedia01.mp3




Social Media: -Beyond Social Media

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:06:29 -0600

Beyond social media- John Olson
Social media isn’t a new concept. Tapping into consumer-driven dialogue enabled through online tools where people share opinions, experiences, reviews and countless other perspectives, is the same way they’ve done over dinner tables and backyard fences for years. Hear how OLSON is connecting people to brands through social circles.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/SocialMedia02.mp3




Social Media:It's Not What You Say That Matters, It's What You Do

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 13:06:39 -0600

It's Not What You Say That Matters, It's What You Do.
Paul Isakson- Brand Strategist and Marketing Innovation Catalyst
The continued growth of social media is forcing the marketing world to evolve. The tricky part is doing it right. In this presentation, you’ll learn a strategic approach to social media that connects your brand to people in ways that inspire them to work with you, not against you.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/SocialMedia03.mp3




Keynote:Scott Williams-Indifference Sucks

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 12:05:16 -0600

Keynote:Scott Williams, Chief Creative Officer , Morgans Hotel Group-Indifference Sucks


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAKeynote03-MalcolmHaines.mp3




Keynote:Malcolm Haines-Cultivating Creativity in a Culture of Conformity

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 12:03:12 -0600

Keynote:Malcolm Haines-Cultivating Creativity in a Culture of Conformity. Malcom Haines is Former Chief Imagination Officer at IBM


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAKeynote03-MalcolmHaines.mp3




Session:Experience Design-The Consumer/Brand Love Affair- Kimberlee Karr-- Experience Design Manager, Juut Salon

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 12:00:19 -0600

Session:Experience Design-The Consumer/Brand Love Affair- Kimberlee Karr-- Experience Design Manager, Juut Salon


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAExperienceDesign01-KimberleeKarr.mp3




Session:Research Design-Dreaming of Life in a Global Market--Kevin Schmidt

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:57:49 -0600

Session:Research Design-Dreaming of Life in a Global Market--Kevin Schmidt


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAResearchDesign01-KevinSchmidt.mp3




Session:Product Design, How Design Helped a New Soda Take Off--Joe Heron-- Founder, Nutrisoda/Airforce Drinks

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:52:43 -0600

Session:Product Design, How Design Helped a New Soda Take Off--Joe Heron-- Founder, Nutrisoda/Airforce Drinks


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAProductDesign01-JoeHeron.mp3




Session:Experience Design-The Creative Cocktail: Getting Results From a Stressed Organization--Jane Casto-- Director of Packaging, Ecolab

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:50:05 -0600

Session:Experience Design-The Creative Cocktail: Getting Results From a Stressed Organization--Jane Casto-- Director of Packaging, Ecolab


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMACommunicationsDesign01-JaneCasto.mp3




Session:Experience Design- Learning From Experience:Boomeranging Consumers into Customers- Jay Hewitt--CMO, Transamerica

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:47:14 -0600

Session:Experience Design- Learning From Experience:Boomeranging Consumers into Customers- Jay Hewitt--CMO, Transamerica


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAExperienceDesign02-Jay%20Hewitt.mp3




Session-Product Design- I didn't like it at first, but it's starting to grow on me- Curt Bailey -- President, Sunberg-Ferar, Inc.

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:47:33 -0600

Session-Product Design- I didn't like it at first, but it's starting to grow on me- Curt Bailey -- President, Sunberg-Ferar, Inc.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAProductDesign02-CurtBailey.mp3




Session:Communication Design- The Relationship Between Design and Business- Amy Arias/Aaron Keller - Owners Mosquito/Capsule

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:42:38 -0600

Session:Communication Design- The Relationship Between Design and Business- Amy Arias/Aaron Keller - Owners Mosquito/Capsule


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podhttp://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMACommunicationsDesign02-AmyArias.mp3




Session:Experience Design-Making Prefab Architecture Good, Cheap, Fast-Geoffrey Warner - Owner/Founder/Architect, Weehouse

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:38:31 -0600

Session:Experience Design-Making Prefab Architecture Good, Cheap, Fast-Geoffrey Warner - Owner/Founder/Architect, Weehouse


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAExperienceDesign03-GeoffreyWarner.mp3




Session:Research Design- Making Meaning: The Role of Design in Creating Deep Customer Value- Darrel Rhea-CEO and President, Cheskin/"Making Meaning"

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:35:31 -0600

Session-Research Design- Making Meaning: The Role of Design in Creating Deep Customer Value- Darrel Rhea-CEO and President, Cheskin/"Making Meaning"


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAResearchDesign03-DarrelRhea.mp3




Session:Product Design, Bring Your Brand Equity to Life Via Design- Greg Zimmer -Design Director, 3M

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:31:50 -0600

Session:Product Design, Bring Your Brand Equity to Life Via Design- Greg Zimmer -Design Director, 3M


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAProductDesign03-GregZimmer.mp3




Preview:Aaron Keller-The relationship between design and business.

Fri, 19 Oct 2007 18:12:36 -0500

Communications Design Track Speakers

· Amy Arias, Founder of Mosquito, and Aaron Keller, Founding Partner at Capsule, Speech Topic: The relationship between design and business.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAKeller.mp3




Keynote preview: Scott Williams - Indiffference Sucks

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 18:12:40 -0500

Scott Williams recently accepted the position as EVP/Chief Marketing Officer at the Morgans Hotel Group. Previous to this, Williams served as the Chief Creative Officer of Starwood Hotels for nearly 8 years. During his time there, he set the company’s global visual and verbal communications strategy, developed worldwide creative standards, controlled creative output, and bore the final responsibility for the quality of all of the company’s advertising and marketing creative products.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAWilliams.mp3




Keynote preview: Malcolm Haines -Cultivating Creativity in a Culture of Conformity

Wed, 17 Oct 2007 18:12:28 -0500

Malcom Haines
Malcolm Haines is principal of MHMC, a marketing consultancy that creates marketing plans and materials for technology companies. Previously, Haines served for many years as Chief Imagination Officer at IBM, where he learned a lot about marketing, particularly about how not to do it.

Speech Topic: Cultivating Creativity in a Culture of Conformity.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAMalcolmHaines.mp3




Keynote-Lovemarks -The Future Beyond Brands

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:33:02 -0600

Lovemarks- John Bowman & Peter Hubbell, Saatchi and Saatchi


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Keynote01.mp3




Keynote-Optimizing Customer Loyalty

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:35:35 -0600

Optimizing Customer Loyalty- How Best Buy has added a Premier Silver tier to its Reward Zone Program and what it means. Margaret Murphy, Denali


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Keynote02.mp3




Keynote-DQ-A Smile and Story: Innovation and an Iconic Brand

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:38:07 -0600

Michael Keller, International Dairy Queen


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Keynote03.mp3




Customer Loyalty- Branding in a Post-Branded World

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:24:31 -0600

Jonathan Salem Baskin, Author, Speaker and Chief Heretic


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Loyalty01.mp3




Customer Loyalty-Marketing Momentum: How to Generate Consistent Growth

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:25:38 -0600

Marketing Momentum: How to Generate Consistent Growth
- Steve McKee, Mckee Wallwork Cleveland


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Loyalty03.mp3




Marketing Innovation:Innovating to Address the New Consumer of Today

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:26:24 -0600

Innovating to Address the New Consumer of Today
Bahram Akradi-Lifetime Fitness


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Innovation01.mp3




Marketing Innovation-Launching a Revolution: Marketing FlexPerks Visa Reward Cards

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:27:05 -0600

Launching a Revolution: Marketing FlexPerks Visa Reward Cards Bob Daly, US Bank-Launching a Revolution


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Innovation03.mp3




Achieving Accountability-After the Click: Using Analytics to Improve the Performance of Your Online Marketing Campaigns

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:27:42 -0600

After the Click: Using Analytics to Improve the Performance of Your Online Marketing Campaigns- Benjamin Rudolph, Search Discovery


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Accountability02.mp3




Achieving Accountability-Are you Leaving Money on the Table?

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:28:07 -0600

Dom Rossi, Magazine Publishers of America: Are you Leaving Money on the Table?


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/Accountability03.mp3




Social Media-Beyond the Hype: An Introduction to Social Media

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:29:02 -0600

Beyond the Hype: An Introduction to Social Media
Clockwork Active Media Systems
Nancy Lyons and Meghan Wilker - Geek Girls


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/SocialMedia01.mp3




Social Media: -Beyond Social Media

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:29:34 -0600

Beyond social media- John Olson


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/SocialMedia02.mp3




Social Media:It's Not What You Say That Matters, It's What You Do

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:30:12 -0600

It's Not What You Say That Matters, It's What You Do.
Paul Isakson- Brand Strategist and Marketing Innovation Catalyst


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/AMA/SocialMedia03.mp3




Keynote:Scott Williams-Indifference Sucks

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 12:05:16 -0600

Keynote:Scott Williams, Chief Creative Officer , Morgans Hotel Group-Indifference Sucks


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAKeynote03-MalcolmHaines.mp3




Keynote:Malcolm Haines-Cultivating Creativity in a Culture of Conformity

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 12:03:12 -0600

Keynote:Malcolm Haines-Cultivating Creativity in a Culture of Conformity. Malcom Haines is Former Chief Imagination Officer at IBM


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAKeynote03-MalcolmHaines.mp3




Session:Experience Design-The Consumer/Brand Love Affair- Kimberlee Karr-- Experience Design Manager, Juut Salon

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 12:00:19 -0600

Session:Experience Design-The Consumer/Brand Love Affair- Kimberlee Karr-- Experience Design Manager, Juut Salon


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAExperienceDesign01-KimberleeKarr.mp3




Session:Research Design-Dreaming of Life in a Global Market--Kevin Schmidt

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:57:49 -0600

Session:Research Design-Dreaming of Life in a Global Market--Kevin Schmidt


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAResearchDesign01-KevinSchmidt.mp3




Session:Product Design, How Design Helped a New Soda Take Off--Joe Heron-- Founder, Nutrisoda/Airforce Drinks

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:52:43 -0600

Session:Product Design, How Design Helped a New Soda Take Off--Joe Heron-- Founder, Nutrisoda/Airforce Drinks


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAProductDesign01-JoeHeron.mp3




Session:Experience Design-The Creative Cocktail: Getting Results From a Stressed Organization--Jane Casto-- Director of Packaging, Ecolab

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:50:05 -0600

Session:Experience Design-The Creative Cocktail: Getting Results From a Stressed Organization--Jane Casto-- Director of Packaging, Ecolab


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMACommunicationsDesign01-JaneCasto.mp3




Session:Experience Design- Learning From Experience:Boomeranging Consumers into Customers- Jay Hewitt--CMO, Transamerica

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:47:14 -0600

Session:Experience Design- Learning From Experience:Boomeranging Consumers into Customers- Jay Hewitt--CMO, Transamerica


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAExperienceDesign02-Jay%20Hewitt.mp3




Session-Product Design- I didn't like it at first, but it's starting to grow on me- Curt Bailey -- President, Sunberg-Ferar, Inc.

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:47:33 -0600

Session-Product Design- I didn't like it at first, but it's starting to grow on me- Curt Bailey -- President, Sunberg-Ferar, Inc.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAProductDesign02-CurtBailey.mp3




Session:Communication Design- The Relationship Between Design and Business- Amy Arias/Aaron Keller - Owners Mosquito/Capsule

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:42:38 -0600

Session:Communication Design- The Relationship Between Design and Business- Amy Arias/Aaron Keller - Owners Mosquito/Capsule


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podhttp://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMACommunicationsDesign02-AmyArias.mp3




Session:Experience Design-Making Prefab Architecture Good, Cheap, Fast-Geoffrey Warner - Owner/Founder/Architect, Weehouse

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:38:31 -0600

Session:Experience Design-Making Prefab Architecture Good, Cheap, Fast-Geoffrey Warner - Owner/Founder/Architect, Weehouse


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAExperienceDesign03-GeoffreyWarner.mp3




Session:Research Design- Making Meaning: The Role of Design in Creating Deep Customer Value- Darrel Rhea-CEO and President, Cheskin/"Making Meaning"

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:35:31 -0600

Session-Research Design- Making Meaning: The Role of Design in Creating Deep Customer Value- Darrel Rhea-CEO and President, Cheskin/"Making Meaning"


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAResearchDesign03-DarrelRhea.mp3




Session:Product Design, Bring Your Brand Equity to Life Via Design- Greg Zimmer -Design Director, 3M

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:31:50 -0600

Session:Product Design, Bring Your Brand Equity to Life Via Design- Greg Zimmer -Design Director, 3M


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAProductDesign03-GregZimmer.mp3




Preview:Aaron Keller-The relationship between design and business.

Fri, 19 Oct 2007 18:12:36 -0500

Communications Design Track Speakers

· Amy Arias, Founder of Mosquito, and Aaron Keller, Founding Partner at Capsule, Speech Topic: The relationship between design and business.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAKeller.mp3




Keynote preview: Scott Williams - Indiffference Sucks

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 18:12:40 -0500

Scott Williams recently accepted the position as EVP/Chief Marketing Officer at the Morgans Hotel Group. Previous to this, Williams served as the Chief Creative Officer of Starwood Hotels for nearly 8 years. During his time there, he set the company’s global visual and verbal communications strategy, developed worldwide creative standards, controlled creative output, and bore the final responsibility for the quality of all of the company’s advertising and marketing creative products.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAWilliams.mp3




Keynote preview: Malcolm Haines -Cultivating Creativity in a Culture of Conformity

Wed, 17 Oct 2007 18:12:28 -0500

Malcom Haines
Malcolm Haines is principal of MHMC, a marketing consultancy that creates marketing plans and materials for technology companies. Previously, Haines served for many years as Chief Imagination Officer at IBM, where he learned a lot about marketing, particularly about how not to do it.

Speech Topic: Cultivating Creativity in a Culture of Conformity.


Media Files:
http://www.timescapemedia.com/podcasts/AMAMalcolmHaines.mp3




Art Fry-Ideas That Stick: 3M Post-it® Notes and Other Innovations.The famous 3M Inventor and Semi-Retired Engineer is our lunch time keynote speaker on Nov. 9th.

Mon, 11 Sep 2006 08:58:19 -0500

The Post-it® Note is one of the best known of all 3M products. It is used by loyal customers all over the world, many of whom declare that they can't imagine how they ever got along before Post-it® Notes were invented. It's equally difficult to imagine a time when 3M was struggling to find a use for the repositionable adhesive that makes Post-it® Notes so versatile. But that was precisely the case back in the early 1970s, before a team of tenacious innovators at 3M created the product that permanently changed the way we communicate. In a classic case of innovative serendipity, 3M research scientist Dr. Spence Silver found something quite remarkably different from what he was originally looking for. But it wasn't until Art Fry, a new product development researcher, discovered the ultimate product niche for this innovation. Hear how Art's intense curiosity and penchant for practical solutions helped lead him to the Post-it® Note concept, the skeptics he faced within 3M, and the market research involved. In 1981, one year after its introduction, Post-it Notes were named the company's Outstanding New Product. Fry was named a 3M corporate scientist in 1986. Now semi-retired, Fry looks back on the many innovative products-such as the Post-it® Pop-up Note Dispenser and the Post-it® Flag-that have followed upon the original Post-it® Note. Art holds 3M′s top technical title, corporate scientist. He has a unique perspective born of almost 40 years of experience developing new products for the 3M Company. A Midwesterner with both rural and urban roots, Art began working for 3M part-time in 1953, while still a University of Minnesota Chemical Engineering student. His career was devoted almost entirely to new product development –– using the stream of leading-edge materials and technologies generated by 3M research, to create products to solve real customer problems, and to help build businesses around them. Art has made several contributions to 3M′ new product world, but the most significant was the invention of the Post-it® Note. The invention of the Post-it® Note, introduced in the United States in 1980 and in Europe in 1981, earned a number of 3M internal honors. Art received the highest form of peer recognition by being elected to 3M′s Carlton Society. He was also on the team for two Golden Step Awards and was elected to 3M's Circle of Technical Excellence. Post-it® Notes and Microreplication Technologies were cited when 3M received the National Medal of Technology in 1996. Art has also received the Outstanding Alumni Award from the University of Minnesota, [...]


Media Files:
http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA031.mp3




Monica Nassif-Cleaning Chic: Making the Mundane MarvelousFounder and President-The Caldrea Company. Monica is has a 9:15 AM break out session at our Nov. 9th conference.

Mon, 11 Sep 2006 08:53:41 -0500

Who said that household cleaning products had to be tired, toxic and terribly packaged? Why can't they be just as lovely - with hardworking performance - as your favorite shampoo or skin care line? That's what Monica Nassif pondered as she pioneered a revolutionary new concept in household cleaning.

Drawing from her own experiences, Monica will offer insights about how to reinvent a category, starting with asking the right questions, thinking creatively and the importance of flawless execution.

Monica developed The Caldrea Company after serving for more than 18 years as a brand-builder for leading retail and consumer product companies. A proven entrepreneur, she co-founded a marketing design firm, Kilter Incorporated, in 1991 and grew it to one of the largest in the Upper Midwest. She started her marketing career with Target Corporation, a leading United States retailer.

Monica's area of expertise includes strategic planning, corporate and product brand-building, and general marketing leadership. In addition to serving large blue-chip clients such as Walt Disney, 3M, IBM, Ecolab and Super Valu, Nassif has helped several start-ups achieve rapid growth.

In 2002, she was nominated for Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year and became a regional winner in the consumer products division in 2004. She was also named “30 to Watch” Business People by Twin Cities Business Monthly. Monica serves as a member of the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Business undergraduate advisory board.


Media Files:
http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA030.mp3




Robyn Waters- How to Make Something Old "Brand" New- Trends and counter-trends. Robyn is our 8AM keynote at our Nov. 9th conference.

Sun, 10 Sep 2006 20:15:32 -0500

Robyn Waters- Trends and counter-trends.
For every trend today there is (or soon will be) a countertrend at the opposite end of the spectrum. Are cars getting bigger and more ‘in you face’ or cuter and smaller? Both! Just look at the enormous success of the Hummer and the Mini, two of the hottest vehicles on the road. Trends aren't just about what's next anymore. They're about what's important to today's consumers, who no longer march in lockstep.

Join Robyn Waters as she explores the many contradictions of the new trend landscape. How can a commodity become a luxury? How do you customize a product for the masses? How can you make something old ‘brand’ new? What is extreme relaxation all about? And, can you do good AND make money in today's business environment? F. Scott Fitzgerald once said that the test of a first class mind was the ability to hold two opposing ideas in the head at the same time and still be able to function. This presentation will help you embrace that concept in a practical manner that makes sense for business today.


Media Files:
http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA029.mp3




Patrick Hanlon-Primal Branding

Tue, 03 Jan 2006 20:44:08 -0600

New Book(image)
Patrick Hanlon
Primal Branding

"A brand is a belief system"
Download and Listen
It's easy to understand why Coca Cola has become a brand after decades of advertising, but how did Starbucks become a brand in a fraction of that time with virtually no advertising? There are some traditional answers -- they have a great product, they have a great experience, or they have great people behind the counter. But other companies have that and haven't become believable brands. In his new book Patrick Hanlon digs into the seven key factors that makes a brand believable.
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Media Files:
http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA028.mp3




Chris Hiland-Why Experiences Elicit Different Customer Responses and What To Do About It.

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

Chris Hiland
Same Event
Different Reactions
Download and Listen
For the past two years, Jack Morton Worldwide's annual Experiential Marketing Survey has revealed consumers' preferences for learning about brands and making purchase decisions. Listen and learn what Jack Morton Worldwide learned using this proprietary research. You'll deiscover how experiences trigger different emotions and behaviors, why different groups react differently to the same event, and how you can effectively position events in your brand's marketing mix. Speaker Chris Hiland is Managing Director of Jack Morton Worldwide's Chicago operation .
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Media Files:
http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA025.mp3




Peter Office-The Cigar Experience Comes To You- Macanudo American Passion Tour

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

Peter Office
Successful Mobile Marketing
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Find out how a successful retail-based mobile marketing program can be economical, reinforce premium positioning, and effect sales. Cigar maker Macanudo's American Passion Tour, a 45-foot cigar lounge on wheels, has visited top retail accounts during the past five years. The opportunity for smokers to sample new products in an environment modeled after Manhattan's ritzy Club Macanudo has produced smokin' results. Peter has been creating and producing interactive marketing events for more than 20 years.
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Bud Hanson - Now Just What Exactly Did We Get Out Of This Event?

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

Bud Hanson
Measuring Marketing Effectiveness
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Be ready when your boss asks "Now what did we get for that?" Bud Hanson has been on the brand side questioning the spending as well as the agency side justifying the event. He explains how to help create experiences that are metric friendly and provide more than just numbers of impressions and samples delivered. Bud spent 15 years at Nestle Purina, most recently creating a group within Purina dedicated to experiential marketing. In 2004, Bud formed Fish-On Marketing.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA027.mp3




Mark Murray-Creating a Branded Customer Experience -Successfully moving from concept to action

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

Mark Murray
Creating a Branded Customer Experience
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Many good ideas never make it beyond the concept stage. Processes are crucial to successfully making that leap from concept to action. Mark Murray of Retail Experience Design tells us how to successfully move from concept to action when creating a branded customer experience.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA022.mp3




Peter Skarzynski- New Rules of Marketing Innovation-Playing to Win

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

Peter Skarzynski
New Rules of Marketing Innovation
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The go-to-market landscape is undergoing significant transformations, with SMOs and business leaders witnessing the emergence of a new set of marketing-innovation rules. These rules influence how we conceive and develop products, and how we bring them to market; redefine how we advertise and promote our established brands, and how we measure and evaluate the effectiveness of marketing programs. Our expert guide through this changing terrain is Peter Skarzynski, founder and CEO of Strategos with than 20 years of consulting experience.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA023.mp3




Eric Block - Designing a Brand Experience

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

Eric Block
Designing a
Brand Experience
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Design has never been more critical as a tool for marketers to differentiate their brands and create positive impressions with consumers. Go behind the scenes of several case histories including the Islands of The Bahamas, Starbucks Doubleshsot, and Sony Gallery in Shanghai to see how design can be used to create a unique brand experience. Eric Block enjoyed 17 years with Fallon Worldwide and today heads up Duffy & Partners' operations and business development. He is also senior strategist for branding initiatives for clients such as Coca-Cola, Lawson Software, Kerzner Resorts International, Aveda, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, The Thymes, and Jim Beam.

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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA024.mp3




Casey Carlson-Seeing The World: Experiential Design in New Product Development

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

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Design and Emotion

"We play with your mind."

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Today's products seem devoid of the emotional component of human achievement.  Could it be in part because we are taught to read and write but no one teaches us how to see?  Take a light-harted look at the connection between the heart and the mind.  Open up possibilities of looking differently at the designs you choose to purchase or participate in shaping.  Casey Carlson's experience spans more than 30 years of product development and contributions to many new products inside and ouside of 3M.  He's taught industrial design, practiced it with two internationally known industrial design studios and holds more than 50 patents.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA019.mp3




Dan Titcomb-Tools to Help You See: An Ethnographic Case Study

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

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Immersing Yourself In Your Customer's World
"The product that you're designing is really the most powerful experiential marketing tool that you have"

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Dan Titcomb President of Pulse Innovation borrows the tools of anthropology to do marketing work. He gets inside the customer's head using ethnographic research -- total immersion in the customer's world. Dan tells us how that can lead to great products and great customer experiences.


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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA020.mp3




Suzanne Pecore-So You Want the Cookie to Smell Like Mom's Kitchen

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

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Using The Senses In Experiential Design

"We act as a translator between what the consumer is desperately trying to tell us and what the developer has to do back in the lab"

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So your product is a cookie, and you want it to smell like mom's kitchen. ""Well, which mom, what does her kitchen smell like and how strong should the smell be?" says Suzanne Pecore of General Mills. Suzanne works with sensory specialists -- people who can accurately describe the nuances of how something tastes, smells, feels, sounds and looks. She tells us why you can't just take what the consumer tells you about your product at face value and why sometimes you need a "translator".

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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA021.mp3




Dan Hill/Ann Ness- Liars Beware: Gauging True Emotional Buy-in

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

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Emotional Decision Making

"I think the big lie in business is that it's all rational. No, we really go on gut instinct."

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What does the customer really think?  Read their face.  Dan Hill of Sensory Logic and Ann Ness of Cargill tell how Sensory Logic helped Cargill sharpen its TV advertising as part of its brand repositioning strategy.  Breakthroughs in brain science show that even in B2B situations, people are primarily emotional decision makers.  Lear more about how to connect on this crucial, differentiating level.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA016.mp3




Lou Carbone/ Chuck Feltz -Experience as a Value Proposition at Deluxe

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

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Experience As A Value Proposition
"Creating more value for customers is where the rubber really meets the road"

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Discover how Deluxe Corporation changed its business model for personilized checks given the huge decline in written checks and the industry's increasing evolution and erosion due to new technologies.  The key was using a specific methodology for designing the "ideal" customer experience.  Lou Carbone is widely recognized as the thought leader who launched the "experience" movement.   He is the author of Clued In- How to Keep Customers Coming Back Again and Again.  Chuck Feltz is senior vice president of sales and marketing for Deluxe's paper payment systems.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA017.mp3




Dina Fassino-Why WOW Works-Turning the Tables on Tradition

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

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Why WOW Works

"It doesn't feel like a hospital. It doesn't look like a hospital. It doesn't smell like a hospital"

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Inspired by a rare opportunity to go where no other hospital in the Midwwest had gone, Woodwinds Health Campus in Woodbury dared to challenge healthcare tradition and create a fundamentally unique hospital experience.  The awared winning, state-of-the-art facility and leading edge technology alone have attracted attention from around the globe.  The Woodwinds story is also about the power of convictions, passion and courage-- astory that will change the way you think about healthcare.  Dina helped to launch the campus and introduce "the Woodwinds experience" to local and global audiences alike.  She manages the Woodwinds' unique brand image and directs all advertising, promotion and communication.  Dina has nearly 20 years of experience in journalism, marketing and customer service.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA018.mp3




Bernd Schmitt-Managing the Customer Experience to Build Customer Loyalty

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

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Managing The Customer Experience

"You need to pay attention to all the little details."
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A brand is just an empty promise without a customer experience.  Bernd Schmitt introduces the five-step Customer Experience Management (CEM) framework, a comprehensive tool for managing the customer experience and connecting customers to a brand at every touch-point.  He presents cases of successful CEM in a wide variety of consumer products, services and B2B industries.  Most important, he examines organizational resources needed for managing customer experiences.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA013.mp3




Kathy Halbreich-The Walker Art Center Story: Experience Art

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

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Experience Art
"Putting the visitor at the center of the experience and working out to the bricks and mortar"

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Kathy Halbreich- Director of Walker Art Center.  Hear about the experience that culminated in the recently completed 125,000 square foot Walker Art Center expansion.  The journey included "experience planning" with leaders from education, design, and human behavior --all working toward the goal of accessible and approachable visual, performing and media arts.   By creating a sensuous environment that sheltered the social, intellectual and artistic needs of a divirse audience, the Walker aspired to achieve audience engagement.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA014.mp3




Linda Hall Whitman-The Minute Clinic Story:Reinventing Healthcare

Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:43:29 -0600

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Reinventing Healthcare

"The satisfaction with MinuteClinic has consistently been 99%"

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Patient satisfaction for health care is generally about 78%. So how has does MinuteClinic end up with a patient satisfaction rating of 99.9%? MinuteClinic Founder and COO Linda Hall Whitman tells us it's because of a carefully designed customer experience -- not just for the end user, but for the retail stores such as Target, Cub and CVS that host MinuteClinic, the employees, and the insurance companies. Linda tells us how MinuteClinic got "buy in" from these very different groups.


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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA015.mp3




Walking Tour Of Walker Art Center

Sat, 10 Sep 2005 18:38:38 -0500

Walking Tour of Walker Arts Center

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A Walking Tour of the Walker Arts Center
In a special BONUS podcast, Walker Art Center Director Kathy Halbreich gives you a personal tour.

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Kathy Halbriech knows the new Walker Arts Center inside and out. As Director, she had a large influence on how it was built. Listen in as she tells you about details you might ordinarily miss, explains why things were done, and gives you a perspective you won't find anywhere else.

Kathy speaks at 12:30 P.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA012.mp3




Kathy Halbreich-The Walker Art Center Story-12:30 PM

Sat, 10 Sep 2005 18:38:49 -0500

Kathy HalbreichExperience Art"Putting the visitor at the center of the experience and working out to the bricks and mortar"Download and ListenThe Walker Art Center has been redesigned.  It’s not just a facelift, but a brand new Walker.  It’s been designed to put the visitor at the center of the experience… and with the goal of making the arts more accessible and approachable. Walker Arts Center Director Kathy Halbreich tells us what went into the redesign and how people are reacting to it. And in the spirit of making art more accessible, our next podcast will be a virtual walking tour of the Walker with Kathy Halbreich.Kathy speaks at 12:30 P.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.Click here to stream podcast if you can't download it. [...]


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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA011.mp3




Dan Titcomb-Ethnographics-11:00 AM

Sat, 10 Sep 2005 18:38:58 -0500

Dan Titcomb

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Immersing Yourself In Your Customer's World
"The product that you're designing is really the most powerful experiential marketing tool that you have"

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Dan Titcomb of Pulse Innovation borrows the tools of anthropology to do marketing work. He gets inside the customer's head using ethnographic research -- total immersion in the customer's world. Dan tells us how that can lead to great products and great customer experiences.

Dan speaks at 11 A.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA010.mp3




Lou Carbone-Experience As A Value Proposition-11:00 AM

Sun, 11 Sep 2005 18:39:08 -0500

Lou Carbone

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Experience As A Value Proposition
"Creating more value for customers is where the rubber really meets the road"

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It’s hard to talk about experiential marketing and not talk about Lou Carbone. Lou is the author of Clued In - How to Keep Customers Coming Back Again and Again. He is widely recognized as the thought leader who launched the "experience" movement. Lou has a great story about how experiential marketing is helping redirect a company that was seeing its main source of business dry up.

Lou speaks at 11 A.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA009.mp3




Suzanne Pecore-Sensory Specialists-3:00 PM

Sun, 11 Sep 2005 18:39:19 -0500

Suzanne PicoreUsing The Senses In Experiential Design"We act as a translator between what the consumer is desperately trying to tell us and what the developer has to do back in the lab"Download and ListenSo your product is a cookie, and you want it to smell like mom's kitchen. ""Well, which mom, what does her kitchen smell like and how strong should the smell be?" says Suzanne Pecore of General Mills. Suzanne works with sensory specialists -- people who can accurately describe the nuances of how something tastes, smells, feels, sounds and looks. She tells us why you can't just take what the consumer tells you about your product at face value and why sometimes you need a "translator".Suzanne speaks at 1:45 P.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.Click here to stream podcast if you can't download it. [...]


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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA008.mp3




Linda Hall Whitman-The MinuteClinic Story-3:00 PM

Sun, 11 Sep 2005 18:39:29 -0500

Linda Hall WhitmanReinventing Healthcare"The satisfaction with MinuteClinic has consistently been 99%"Download and ListenPatient satisfaction for health care is generally about 78%. So how has does MinuteClinic end up with a patient satisfaction rating of 99.9%? MinuteClinic Founder and COO Linda Hall Whitman tells us it's because of a carefully designed customer experience -- not just for the end user, but for the retail stores such as Target, Cub and CVS that host MinuteClinic, the employees, and the insurance companies. Linda tells us how MinuteClinic got "buy in" from these very different groups.Linda speaks at 3:00 P.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.Click here to stream podcast if you can't download it. [...]


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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA007.mp3




Eric Block-Experiential Branding-1:45 PM

Sun, 11 Sep 2005 18:39:37 -0500

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Experiential Branding

"It's not just about selling a product to me once...the storytelling needs to go on."

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Why would you create a store where you can't buy anything? Eric Block takes us behind the scenes of a huge experiential marketing project China that he helped design. He'll show us how to make a master visual blueprint that works for huge and small projects alike.

Eric speaks at 1:45 P.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA006.mp3




Dina Fassino-Why WOW Works-1:45 PM

Sun, 11 Sep 2005 18:39:46 -0500

Dina FassinoWhy WOW Works"It doesn't feel like a hospital. It doesn't look like a hospital. It doesn't smell like a hospital"Download and ListenA hospital is not usually the first thing you think of when you say the words "inviting" and "resort-like". But those are words people use to describe the Woodwinds Health Campus. This unique health care concept gets high satisfaction ratings from patients and staff... and it's financially successful. How did Woodwinds hit the bullseye? Dina Fassino tells us how they built "the Woodwinds Experience" from the ground up.Dina speaks at 1:45 P.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.Click here to stream podcast if you can't download it. [...]


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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA005.mp3




Casey Carlson-Shape and Emotion - 9:30 AM

Sun, 11 Sep 2005 18:39:58 -0500

Casey Carlson

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Design and Emotion

"We play with your mind."

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How can a rock help you sell? Casey Carlson is an expert on how what we see makes us feel. He's an expert in industrial design at 3M with more than 30 years of experience. He'll tell you how the form and feel of a smooth lake-side rock is enticing consumers to pick up one of 3M's products. Come listen to Casey and you'll never look at a Corvette the same way again!

Casey speaks at 9:30 A.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA004.mp3




Bud Hanson-Measurement-1:45 PM

Sun, 11 Sep 2005 18:40:10 -0500

Bud Hanson

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Measuring Marketing Results

"It's a little bit like nailing Jello to the wall."

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What do you do when your boss asks "what did we get for our marketing dollars"? If you follow Bud Hanson's advice, you'll have a good answer. Bud says measuring results is tough because the mediums are changing faster than the ways to measure them. But you can be successful if you plan ahead. Bud shows us how.

Bud speaks at 1:45 P.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA003.mp3




Bernd Schmitt - Author of Experiential Marketing 8:00 AM

Sun, 11 Sep 2005 18:40:20 -0500

Bernd Schmitt

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Managing The Customer Experience

"You need to pay attention to all the little details."
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Is your product a lot like your competitors? How can you differentiate if the features and quality are pretty much the same? Bernd Schmitt says as product differences become smaller, the big differentiator is the customer experience. Bernd is one of the leading experts in experiential marketing. He will tell you how to get customers to sense, feel, think and relate to a brand.

Be sure to get to the MN-AMA Fall Conference on time! Bernd is our morning keynote speaker at 8:00 AM on November 3, 2005.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA002.mp3




Dan Hill- Sensory Logic 9:30 AM

Sat, 10 Sep 2005 18:40:36 -0500

Dan Hill

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Emotional Decision Making

"I think the big lie in business is that it's all rational. No, we really go on gut instinct."

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Would you like to know how your customer really feels? You can with facial coding. At the fall conference Dan Hill will shows us how it's done. In this podcast Dan shares with us one of the easiest ways facial coding research can help the effectiveness of your marketing and the pitfalls of getting it wrong.

Dan speaks at 9:30 A.M. on November 3, 2005 at the MN-AMA Fall Conference.
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http://www.mnama.org/podcasts/AMA001.mp3