Socrates Reloaded: The Case For Ethics In Business & Technology
With innovations in business and technology removing so many borders and lifting so many constraints, the questions that business professionals wrestle with move from ?How do we achieve things? to ?What do we do with all that power?? Best practices do not work anymore, they represent solutions for yesterday?s problems. We need to question and redefine our business philosophy. In his fifth book, Socrates Reloaded, strategy author Frank Buytendijk meanders through 2,500 years of philosophy. In his inimitable style, Buytendijk is surprisingly practical, highly provocative, deeply insightful, very entertaining, and quite contrarian as he challenges common wisdom and beliefs. In a series of essays he explores how the old philosophers would have viewed modern themes in business and IT. Did Marx predict the end of the Internet giants? Are there moral limits to the power of analytics? What did Plato and Socrates have to say about governance and architecture? Do we depend too much on technology? This and more in Socrates Reloaded.
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