Bureau of Digital Affairs
A sense of community and shared effort has been a hallmark of the web industry since it’s inception in the late 80s. Over the decades, we, as a group of self starters and self learners, have leaned on each other to share ideas and develop solutions to new and emerging problems, but that shared sense of community hasn’t completely translated to facet of web businesses.
The Bureau of Digital Affairs is trying to change that by creating a series of events for business owners and project managers to build a report between non-technical professionals in the web space.
Giovanni spoke to Carl Smith to learn more.
About Carl Smith
Carl Smith is an irreverant ditcher of the nine-to-five and mortal enemy of the overworked lifestyle. Owner and founder of nGen Works, Carl’s role is that of an advisor, to nGen and other companies, on how to create self-sustaining teams that perform at the highest levels. Carl has made a name for himself by creating a new framework for how we get things done, and by enabling us to realign our creative communities. When he’s not conducting business experiments with companies around the world, he’s busy sculpting a new face for the world of work… and play.