Virtual Natives (Wiley)
Friday, 15 September 2023

This book's subtitle is "How a New Generation is Using Technology to Revolutionize Work, Play, and Culture" and it introduces the Virtual Native cohort of kids under 15 and their mindset. Catherine D. Henry and Leslie Shannon decipher their socio-cultural and economic experiences, and unpack their expectations of companies looking to engage, market, or employ them. The authors look at how the group are navigating everything from AI to Augmented and virtual reality, gaming, blockchain and Web3 in easy, accessible language.

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Author: Catherine D. Henry and Leslie Shanno
Publisher: Wiley
Date: September 2023
Pages: 304
ISBN: 978-1394171354
Print: 1394171358
Kindle: B0CHLHMH5D
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: General interest

Topics covered:

  • How Virtual Natives are deploying the new technologies driving the virtualized world
  • How relationships and work habits are being virtualized
  • Identify ten main Virtual Native-led behaviors that are upending work and culture
  • How Virtual Natives are evolving their expertise into a full-blown economy

 

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