Breakfast with Andrew McAfee: November 1, Boston
This will be Andrew's first public discussion of his new, controversial book Race Against the Machine.
What do you think will happen when computers displace labor? Will it ever happen?
What does it mean for the world economy.
BREAKFAST AT 8, Talk at 8:30!
If you can't make it in person, please join the UStream.
We are very proud to announce the fourth speaker in our series - Andrew McAfee. Andrew's work in identifying and defining the term Enterprise 2.0 is well known. But he's also been finding and driving seminal research into teams, crowds and the nature of knowledge creation and sharing. In other words - his curiosity is broad and his ability to discern meaningful advances superb. He's taught me and my team a lot in the last couple of years.
If you work in a complex organization in complex times, if you agree that understanding the company's purpose, mission, ambition, aspiration are critical to success, if you like breakfast, please join us. We will be thrilled to have you as part of the discussion.
For more information about the series and why we're hosting it, click here.
We're going to live stream this one as well. If you're interested in the livestream, let us know by signing up above.
He received his Doctorate from Harvard Business School, and completed two Master of Science and two Bachelor of Science degrees at MIT.
Read more about his staggering list of credits and credentials here.
This is the fourth in a series of speakers exploring the role of purpose in the organization. Fore more information, get on our mailing list here.
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OpenText Social Workplace
OpenText Social Workplace is a social collaboration tool that helps people to form, think and act as a team. We're sponsoring this series because we think you'll find it interesting and valuable. That's it.