In practice, normal communication breaks down when a group consists of more than 20 individuals.
So just imagine how much potential value is lost when you gather hundreds of top executives at a conference without offering effective means of communication. Such a waste!
Wizer allows a 1:1 dialogue with each participant.
At any stage we can initiate a process for receiving feedback in different ways – as votes, brainstorms, questions, comments, and even as recorded videos.
But we do not only collect feedback. We also give feedback.
All inputs are processed in real time and shared with the participants. This allows everybody to experience their views in context. It also allows participants to get inspiration from other people in the room.
The contact point with the participants is some form of terminal – often a PC.
Wizer supports all browser-based terminals – including iPhones and other mobile phones with a browser.
We support selected voting terminals – like Reply Systems, Option Finder and SpotMe.
We support all other phones via opening for SMS as well as MMS.
You can also send your contribution via e-mail.
In short: We are very flexible!
While we allow all sorts of contact terminals, we also offer complete turnkey solutions where we supply both the terminals – typically the Wizer Reflector PCs – and the network to support them.
This solution is often used for large conferences – like top management conferences – where we use all the advanced functionality, and where maximum control over response times and other quality factors is absolutely essential.
On the following pages you get a quick run-through of some of the most important concepts that can be engaged in order to Wizerize your conference.
We hope you will be inspired…
- A Wizer Reflector with a monitor for each table is a proven setup. And when this is combined with a personal Wizer keypad, it is even better.
- Wizer also runs on iPhone
- When you know that you will be involved from time to time, you pay attention
- Groups are more engaged when they share their thoughts at the end of a session compared to when they just talk…