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🏔️Les données , et du national des énées actualisées ! …
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february 2018 by ljegou
(Some excerpts from recent Alan Kay emails)
"Socrates didn't charge for "education" because when you are in business, the "customer starts to become right". Whereas in education, the customer is generally "not right". Marketeers are catering to what people *want*, educators are trying to deal with what they think people *need* (and this is often not at all what they *want*). Part of Montessori's genius was to realize early that children *want* to get fluent in their surrounding environs and culture, and this can be really powerful if one embeds what they *need* in the environs and culture."

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january 2018 by robertogreco
Mythbusting: Corporate Ethnography and the Giant Green Button | PARC blog
The pioneering use of social scientists in technology corporations — often referred to as corporate ethnography — has largely been attributed to, well, us. And our groundbreaking Innovation Services group continues to help clients identify unmet needs in the marketplace, recommend innovation practices that work, and help create products and services that sell. We wanted to share the popular tale of ethnography at PARC, because the way the story unfolds reveals how powerful a tool it can be…
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november 2017 by jaimoe

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