- Eye Opening
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.
About the Speaker
Historian Edward Tenner examines how technological change affects culture.