(Chief Culture Officer) [New] ↠ Grant McCracken


  • Hardcover
  • 262
  • Chief Culture Officer
  • Grant McCracken
  • English
  • 06 August 2020
  • 9780465018321

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Chief Culture Officer

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I am a big fan of Grant McCracken I ve not just enjoyed his books but gotten some powerful ideas for my professional life from them over the years I ve read McCracken when he s being insightful I know what that looks likeChief Culture Officer does not have the kind of material Grant McCracken writes when he s been insightful Instead it s filled with embarrassing ideas that appear to have been made off the cuffActually that s just the kind of flippant approach to business that McCracken suggests in this book that a Chief Culture Officer ought to be following He suggests that watching reality TV shows like Real Housewives is a good form of ethnographic research He advocates for the blind groupthink of brainstorming that Christian Madsbjerg and Mikkel B Rasmussen deftly exposed in their recent book The Moment of ClarityIn the closing pages of Chief Culture Officer McCracken disparages academic anthropologists who have as a culture adopted the practice of writing like irrelevant philosophers than observers of culture His criticism is right on target but in this book he has largely over reacted to anthropology s academic rhetoric of nonsense by embracing the careless style of the worst business writersAs an alternative to academic anthropological writing McCracken suggests that people investigating the culture of consumption try to express ideas that are just barely good enough for the moment but can be easily thrown away He uses the metaphor of Thor Heyerdahl barely keeping Kon Tiki afloat and then throwing it away as soon as he makes landfallThat s not the kind of cultural material that an enduring brand will be made fromCorporations need Chief Culture Officers but not the kind of Chief Culture Officers Grant McCracken writes about in this book There s a happy medium between abstracted academic nonsense and slapdash improvisation Chief Culture Officers need to be observant and discerning They need to be able to practice thick description based on how consumers actually live and not be content with the thin veneer that can be grasped through a passing glance and a few notes scribbled down on Post It notesI could not be disappointed in this book The Shadows Part 1 Black Dagger Brotherhood #13 rest of corporate America is immeasurable The lesson The American corporation needs a new professional It needs a Chief Culture Officer Grant McCracken an anthropologist who now trains some of the world's biggest companies and consulting firms argues that the CCO would keep a finger on the pulse of contemporary cultural. 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