From her past experience at the Worldwide Partner Conference, Kris Fuehr, partner community manager at Microsoft, took away tips that she wants to pass along to incoming participants.
“Here’s how NOT to do WPC: My first year, I booked my time in breakout sessions all day long. I’d glance across the audience and see the interesting and smart people I was sitting with but had only a handful of interactions with them over a quick breakfast or lunch,” Fuehr writes. “So the following year, I decided to reserve FIVE must-attend sessions on my calendar. I also proactively booked meetings at WPC Connect with the goal of finding my most productive dinner-mates that evening.”
Read the rest of Fuehr’s tips for making the most of the WPC, which begins July 13, on the Microsoft in Health blog. And for some ideas on how to break up your time at WPC, check out the pie chart above.
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