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This event is - of course - remote. Here's the link:
We are using Zoom Video Communications:
You'll be able to join via your Google Chrome browser or install the Zoom Client for Meetings from https://zoom.us/download.
In April, we are discussing Kate O'Neill's 'Tech Humanist'.
In this book, she 'defines a new model of business leader -- the "tech humanist" -- as developing honest assessments of organizational goals that move far beyond traditional P&L statements, and peer deeper into the consequences of everyday human experience design within our increasingly tech-driven culture.'
The book seems absolutely perfect for a discussion on where it is all going, so we are super excited to hear your take on it!
As always, having read the book is not mandatory for participating. If you want to know more about the book upfront but won't have time to read (hey, home office is still work...), here's a Medium article you can check out: https://medium.com/intuitionmachine/the-tech-humanist-manifesto-bf9ebaa1e45f
Or watch Kate O'Neill's talk at Google: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvQgaj9zyH4
Book club language is English.
Looking forward to seeing you in April!
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