Posts Tagged ‘Emerson Exchange 365’

Emerson Subject Matter Experts Getting Social

Posted in Communities on Friday, May 18th, 2018. 3 comments so far
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It’s a light posting week with travel to our Minneapolis area offices. We had a great session with many of the measurement experts we feature here on the blog. Our objective is to get them more comfortably and effectively participating in our Emerson Exchange 365 community, LinkedIn, Twitter and this blog. The goal is to […]

Connecting the Experts More Closely to You

Posted in Communities, Event on Friday, January 12th, 2018. No comments yet
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It’s been a light posting week. I’ve been in Houston working with Emerson subject matter experts from across many of the Emerson Automation Solutions business units. Look for a number of new Emerson voices sharing their expertise here on the blog and in Emerson Exchange 365, LinkedIn and Twitter. Here’s a few photos of the […]

Top 10 Most Read Blog Posts for 2017

Posted in Communities on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018. No comments yet
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While we kick off a new year, I wanted to look back to see what the 10 most widely read posts were here on the blog in 2017. Hopefully, you’ll find one or more of them to be of interest and spark some ideas for improvements. Major Difference between Foundation Fieldbus and HART Protocols Flow […]

Bring On Your Measurement and Analyzer Questions

Posted in Communities, Event on Wednesday, March 1st, 2017. No comments yet
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We started the Emerson Exchange 365 (EE365) global community several years ago with the idea of building a community much like how the Emerson Exchange conferences are conducted—as a peer-to-peer, non-propriety, knowledge sharing venue. We often reference many of the EE365 groups at the bottom of each blog post, as a place to go and […]

Problem Solving Community Style

Posted in Communities, Process Optimization on Wednesday, October 28th, 2015. No comments yet
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I’ve always seen the promise of participation in online communities and LinkedIn groups as a way for process automation and instrumentation folks to share knowledge, but leave it available for others with similar questions at a later time. While email is a problem-solving tool, it is limited to those in the distribution and not discoverable. […]