The human fixation on efficiency comes at great costs, many of them hidden, says historian Edward Tenner. He draws on evidence that spans centuries, cultures and industries to argue for a new approach. Inefficiency – when deliberate, informed and imaginative – would often serve humanity better, the eloquent historian explains. Learn about the approach he dubs “inspired inefficiency” and how it can work for your organization.
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Historian Edward Tenner examines how technological change affects culture.
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