Men want tables and rankings, women want narratives


What will happen when the world of “women” enter the stage and influence a technology sector based up until now mainly on the motivations of men? (read post on Putting People First)

(as Tom Peters says it: “men want tables and rankings, women want narratives”)
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It also dawns on me how many products and applications have been built based on what the stuff inside the little black box can do (the remote control, mobile phone, graphic user interfaces)

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Not based on the human capacity or physiology, nor emotions nor stories.

Strange thing is how quickly we adapt and the products become “best-practice” without it necessarily being the solution we need at all

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it can do

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