Managing and leading the delivery of great experiences seems like it should be so simple. Apply what you know about good user experience, mix in the basics of management, and voila!, results.
Only it's not that easy.
And if managing experience is your job — whether it be for customer experiences, user experiences, or whatever-it-be experiences — you know it's not a solved field where you can follow in the footsteps of those before you. Because no one came before you.
That's why Adaptive Path puts on the MX: Managing Experience Conference. To create a space where people forwarding the practice of experience management could get together, honestly talk about what works, and what doesn't.
This March 3-4 in San Francisco, we're gathering speakers and workshop leaders who are making things happen for their teams and their organizations. They're sharing how to work to get a leadership role in the organization, and what in the world to do when you've arrived.
Between the speakers and the workshops we'll hit the topics of leadership, organizational change, team dynamics, measurement, partnership, and new emerging approaches to getting great experiences out into the world.
So if you're a leader passionate about great experiences, come join us. You're a part of the MX community.
Register by January 31st to take advantage of the early bird registration price. Use code BLOG for and additional 10% off.