Putting People Before Computers
Defining user-centred performance criteria for outsourced or inhouse development work. Assessment of weaknesses in existing systems. Cultures - why people from some countries get on better with us than others. Europe - more on support for EC grant-seekers. More- about Neil's other activities.
Cultures and Organisations
Attempts to please an American audience are doomed in advance, because out of twenty listeners, five may hold one point of view, seven another, and eight may have none at all. As Geert wrote: What strikes the Western reader in this comment is not the described attitudes of American students but the fact that Korotich expected otherwise. He was obviously accustomed to audiences that held a common view, a characteristic of a collectivist society.