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High Tech, High Touch: An Interview with Nana Naisbitt

Summary: A specialist in interpreting technology and science for the non-technical audience, Nana Naisbitt asserts that technology, the drive to innovate, is part of human nature. We trust in the potential of technology for solving problems, often with a blind faith and little thought of unintended consequences. Technology offers the promise of time-saving, but consumes time, and the promise of communication and interaction, but drowns us in information overload. The need for basic human interaction remains strong, and the skills needed to lead a meeting or analyze data remain despite technological progress.

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  • Topics: Problem Solving
  • Keywords: Interviews,Knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA),Technology,Problem solving
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  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation