met Matt at bif
Matt is one of idec 2013’s coffee talkers:
what if.. our socks didn’t match – tedx:
what if pushes us to seek community, to find answers, dynamic answers, .. a never-ending journey
And, what if, our socks don’t need to match? Then, what else might we be doing in our lives for no real reason at all?
via Huff Po:
Matthew is an English professor and Coordinator of Innovation for the Center for Engaging the World at Westminster College. He is also the Cofounder and Chief Curiosity Curator of the What If…? He has over a decade of teaching experience in five countries on three different continents as a public school teacher, Peace Corps volunteer, and college professor. He is the author of While You Were Sleeping and Every Day on Earth, owner of World Spectacular LLC and an “edupreneurship” pioneer.
find/follow Matt here:
and/or here (the what if conf):
met Matt at bif 8
Manish also doing what if conferences/experiences
Matt’s huffpo post on idec:
Beth Sanders (@MsSandersEdu) tweeted at 2:35 PM – 23 Jun 2018 :
@MattMurrie …what if there were what if questions that were applicable to everyone and everything that could make the world so much better? https://t.co/slc165JpdU (http://twitter.com/MsSandersEdu/status/1010622395797983233?s=17)
Combining ChatGPT with human curiosity is a valuable tool for businesses to better understand the needs and preferences of their customers.
Here are a few ways this could work:
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/MattMurrie/status/1605243795553280000
imagine combing tech as it could be (means to undo our hierarchical listening) with human curiosity (itch-in-the-soul) as a valuable tool for
businesses to better understand the needs and preferences of their customers. so we can org around legit needs
4. ChatGPT as a tool for understanding customer needs depends on the curiosity that is fed into it, as well as the ability of businesses to combine their curiosity with that data to identify trends, patterns, and insights that can inform their decision-making