Daniele Fiandaca: Why We Need To Disconnect In The Workplace

Daniele Fiandaca: Why We Need To Disconnect In The Workplace
technology

The Head of Innovation at Cheil London tells us why constant connectivity is turning into a malaise of digital dependency.

Daniele Fiandaca, Cheil
  • 9 december 2012

Having been stuck in New York courtesy of Hurricane Sandy, two of the most enduring scenes in the days that followed were the people crowding outside closed Starbucks stores, trying to get onto their wireless network, and two cyclists who were riding a tandem bike to generate electricity to charge people’s phones.

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