Watching the movie where people were able to watch another persons every living moment, made me think "what if?". Personally, I would rather die, but professionally, what does that transparency really mean? Would it be advantageous to both employees, future recruits, clients and stakeholders if they could in fact see every person every move and conversation, on whim? Would it be intriguing or would it fade fast into the background? Is there room to show the "real version" of events rather than fabricated Kardashian style script?
If you look at YouTube sensations who have millions of viewers, there certainly is a thirst for "watching", and perhaps there is room to do that in agency land particularly with a robot to launch in the new year. It certainly holds food for thought and would make for interesting viewing - with a cast of Millennials and Gen-X's all interacting and teaching each other new things each day.
I'm on the fence and it isn't totally off the charts at this point. While I have no desire to be viewed by others, my team are open book, funny, intelligent, creative beings that often say things that are totally politically incorrect, but kind of cool in other ways. We laugh hard every day, cook lunch together and often go out for a vino after work.
Let's see. Maybe a fleeting idea or something worth considering.
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