BYU eBusiness Lecture Series–2006

I accidentally saved this blog post in my \”drafts\” and I guess I never posted this entry about the BYU eBusiness Lecture Series for Fall 2006.

It\’s a bit late in the BYU semester now, but since Josh James of Omniture (the world\’s best web analytics company) is speaking today, and Brian Beutler in two weeks, and Matt Mossman in three, I thought I should still post this in case some PLA members or others from the general public, may want to attend.

6 September Stephen Liddle, director, Rollins Center for eBusiness, What is eBusiness?

13 September Doug Dean, associate professor, information systmes, Does IT Matter?

20 September Alan Chipman, senior manager of SPA, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Identifying and Managing the Risks of eBusiness

27 September Ralph Yarro, CEO, ThinkAtomic, Managing Internet Pornography and the Fight to Save a Generation

4 October Paul Allen, CEO, ProvoLabs, The Power of Social Networking in an eBusiness World

11 October Doug Witt, instructor of business management, The Impact of the Internet on Marketing

18 October Jack Sunderlage, CEO, ContentWatch, USTAR, Utah

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