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AnthroCurrents — August 23, 2016

The Olympics just ended, the American presidential election campaigns are in full swing, and academic anthropologists are returning to the classroom after summer travel and research. But today let’s focus on how practicing anthropologists are raising the profile of our discipline in the business and corporate world.

Maia Green (U. of Manchester) reviews The Silo Effect: Why Every Organisation Needs to Disrupt Itself to Survive by Gillian Tett (Financial Times). The book, among other things, explains how the outside observer perspective of anthropologists is a critical tool for corporate change.

Meanwhile, business and marketing consultants are realizing—and writing about—how an… Continue reading

Join us at The NAPA Networking Event: Engaging Conversations!

Network in your career/practice areas at The NAPA Networking Event: Engaging Conversations! Which career/practice areas would you like to network in with fellow NAPA members? If you are planning to attend the AAA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, e-mail Sabrina Nichelle Scott at sabnscott@gmail.com, or leave your comments below, and let her know which career/practice areas are of interest to you.

Come and meet like-minded anthropologists at The NAPA Networking Event: Engaging Conversations on Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square in room Continental 1. Light refreshments will be served.