Silo Busting – 6 Apr 2017 [Meeting]

A good technical writer provides services that go well beyond documentation.

Every business has silos: business groups that compartmentalize functions and information. Different silos often have different ideas and priorities – divergent visions that can impair a project

The technical writer’s unique role allows us to move above and beyond business silos. We can find those damaging disconnects and help businesses get their teams on the same page.

Join us to learn more about how you can bust your team’s silos and bring value to your project that no one else can.

About Our Speaker

paulscottPaul Scott, Matrix Information Services, is the “technical” technical writer. He is fluent in the language and technology of science and engineering because he is a scientist as well as an expert writer and editor. He is also a process analyst and information researcher.

He saves his clients time and resources because he can get right to work with a complex software and hardware system (teaching himself to use it). He works with subject matter experts directly and asks professional questions to get the most information from them with the smallest commitment of their scarce time.  He solves critical business problems through better and more usable information.

Meeting Logistics

Date: Thursday, 6 April, 2016.
Location:  Brass Door Restaurant, 2154 San Ramon Valley Blvd, San Ramon, CA 94583
About our meetings

Directions

Going 680 North, take Crow Canyon Road exit, turn left, cross over the freeway.

Going 680 South, take Crow Canyon Road exit, turn right.

Then, take the 1st right onto San Ramon Valley Blvd. Restaurant is ½ mile on the right.

Schedule

5:30 – Networking
6:15 – Dinner
6:45 – Chapter Business
7:15 – Program
8:30 – Adjourn
We hold a raffle at the end of the meeting.

Reserve by Monday, 3 April, 2017!

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