The EPIC Conference promotes the use of ethnographic investigations and principles in the study of human behavior as they are applied in business settings.
By understanding people, what they do, how they do it and how these change over time, we can create better business strategies, processes and products, as well as enhance and simplify people’s lives.
Beyond this, the conference aspires to promote the integration of rigorous methods and theory from multiple disciplines into business practices; to advocate business decisions based upon sound research; to promote public recognition of practicing ethnography as a profession; and to support the continuing professionalization of the field.
Conference submissions go through a double blind-peer review process. Conference proceedings are published and can be found at Anthrosource.
Here’s the second of your regular updates about EPIC 2012 by way of a Quarter Note. You will find some planning updates on the event, which will give you a sense of how it’s shaping up, and what you can expect in Savannah this Fall. There’s also some important practical information about venue and registration, submissions and changes to the program....