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2644 W Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80204

Just across the street from the south parking lot, Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Second Tuesday each month September - May
3:00 PM - Registration
3:30 - Presentation

May 9
Networking Essentials
Amy Beth Herman


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Security Vulnerabilities
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October 8
Getting Started with Dimensional Modeling
Marc Beacom

November 12
Biometric Authentication
Brian R. Leone Esq.
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January 12
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Kent Barton

January 28
Corporate Politics

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John Seville

March 8 2016
Think Fast, Act Faster
Steve Wille

April 12, 2016
Joe Slater
Improving How Teams Improve

May 10, 2016
Joost Bakker

Business Intelligence

August 12
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The Agile Movement:
Jeffrey Owens
Tuesday, September 6, 2016

October 11 2016
Top Strategy Mistakes
Rene Scotola

December 13, 2016
Denver CIO
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January 10, 2017
Internet of Things
JP Batra

February 14, 2017
Relationship Trends
Laura Wilcox

March 14
The Shrinking Data Center
Robert Strong

April 11
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Natalie Henley

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May 9, 2017 Meetup

Networking Essentials
The Long Term Play in your Career

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Tuesday May 9, 2017
Original Brooklyn’s at Mile High
2644 W Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80204
(across the street from the south parking lot, Sports Authority Field at Mile High)

3:00 pm Networking (beer and appetizers included in registration fee of $12)
3:30 pm Speaker
4:30 pm Discussion and networking
5:00 pm Adjourn

How do I make the most out of networking events?  How do I leverage technology to build my network?  Amy Beth Herman recognizes that many of us would prefer to do our work and are not that interested in doing what is required to build a professional network.  We just want to be less bad at it.  Things change and a professional network can make a long term difference in our careers.

  • How to make the most out of in-person networking opportunities

  • How to effectively use professional social media like Linked In

  • How about all the other social media?

Amy Beth Herman is a long time member of SIM-Next, (formerly RMIMA). She is a Senior Business Development Manager with VeriCour helping local executives and IT professionals connect to new exciting career opportunities. Amy Beth's personal and professional mission is to connect people. This could be related to her career but she also enjoys connecting good people for dates, home services and more. Amy Beth's passion for networking started when she managed membership for the Colorado Technology Association. Her goal of this presentation is to give attendees a few extra tricks that they can use to grow their network to help them be the best version of themselves.



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RMIMA was founded in 1982 and is well established as the leading local professional association for managers and practitioners in the field of Information Systems. We meet monthly, except June-August. Lunch meetings include topical speakers and allow time for networking among professionals who are interested in learning more about the rapidly changing field of Information Systems and Information Management.  Our mission is to foster information systems education and the continued advancement of information management.


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