Why are so many things broken? In this entertaining talk – one of the favorites of Gel 2006 – gelconference.com/c/gel06.php
Seth Godin gives a tour of things poorly designed, the reasons why they are that way, and how to fix them.
Seth Godin at Gel 2006 from Gel Conference on Vimeo.
Published by Emmanuel Obadia
Optimist Trusted Advisor | Mentor | Coach | Consultant | Public Speaker and Independant today, I’ve been providing executive leadership for fast pace High Tech businesses for several decades before.
Acting in Marketing, Communications, Digital, Business Development, Product Management, M&A, or Alliances roles, I covered EMEA and global theatres from Europe and Silicon Valley. I started as an entrepreneur, founding my own software company, and then served major global IT vendors in international roles.
I am passionate about introducing new technologies, helping reinforce the strategy, positioning, go-to-market, and ecosystem of companies with a purpose to make the world a better place (Sustainable development, Tech for Good, ESG…). Helping teams of any size thrive in complexity, speed, and change is what fuels me, particularly Mentoring & Coaching Millennials and Gen-Z.
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