We have become hyper-specialized as a society and yet we do not understand each other even though we are often times speaking the same languages. The social fabric of society has become increasingly complicated as we become more technological as a society. To navigate this landscape we need to equip ourselves with the proper tools. Employing an "Anthro-Tech" perspective, we will explore different ways to visually nurture and prune our socially constructed frameworks.
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About the Author
Michael has over 16 years of business and technology consulting experience. He graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in Anthropology. He talks extensively in the areas of interpersonal communications, professional development, communications in the workplace, and the relationships between business and technology.
Michael is a "Big 4" firm senior consultant specializing in the development and execution of federal information management strategies.