In March 2018, upon invitation through a LinkedIn message, I attended a seminar entitled “Human-Centered Technology: The Human/Tech Paradox” in New York City. The keynote speaker was Concepción Galdón, PhD, Social Innovation Director/Academic Lead at IE (Instituto de Empresa) University in Spain.
The conclusion of each year brings about reflection over the events of the introduction and body, as well as speculation over the approaching year. Many of us resolve to lose weight, make more money, or re-invent our personal or professional lives in some other way. Nevertheless, too often, many of us bid the year farewell in the same exact position as we greeted it.
Have you ever been writing with a pen, and suddenly made an indelible mistake? Or suddenly dropped something you were holding in your hand, never to be retrieved again due to getting lost in the grass, or broken into dozens of pieces?
“Culture” is defined as the set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution or organization.