4 edition of Disrupted found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
A book I certainly recommend reading. There is also a rather strange aftermath, covered to some extent in the last chapter of this Kindle edition. He has never worked in technology before. Or, maybe it's not entirely unreasonable for your boss to ask that Disrupted coordinate podcast schedules and guests with the blog and marketing teams so they can promote it, being that you work for a company that shills marketing tools.
Lyons strips away the trappings of free beer and ice cream, catchy slogans and can-do pep talks to show how companies like HubSpot systematically and very cleverly exploit young people who are paid terrible wages, worked to the point of burn out and then are 'graduated' aka fired the minute their performance lags.
An Oakland widower's thirst for justice is rekindled when a local killing is oddly similar to his wife's unsolved murder from Disrupted ago. Although he has covered Disrupted tech beat for Disrupted, he is shocked -- SHOCKED!
Erica Stanley-Dottin - 3rd generation resident of the Azurest Neighborhood in Sag Harbor. This is exactly what Work Disrupted offers. July 28, 2021 Disruptors: Quavon Newton, The Galal Sisters, And Melvin Chen July 28, 2021• A journalist in his 50's gets fired and needs new employment, fast. They offered Dan a pile of stock options for the vague role of "marketing fellow.
I was torn between a 1 star and a 5 star review.
Dan is exactly like every other middle-aged former journalist I've ever worked with in the tech world: curmudgeonly, insecure, and angry at life.
Why aren't all his young new colleagues at Hubspot fawning all over him? His fellow employees are very young, single, wear orange colored clothes the company color and sit on beanbags.
This is a timely must-read for managers and associates alike.
But he wraps it in such self-aggrandizing, ageist bullshit that it's impossible to take seriously.