A marketing executive turned venture capitalist, prolific author and frequent public speaker, Geoffrey Moore has fully leveraged the communication and analytical skills he learned as a humanities student.
Moore’s academic background (a doctorate in medieval English literature from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s degree in American literature from Stanford) might not fit the profile of the typical Silicon Valley success story, but he’s the first to argue that his career shouldn’t be an anomaly.
In fact, as Moore told an audience at Stanford last month, the rapidly evolving digital world may be “enabled by science, technology, engineering and math,” but it is “activated by the humanities.”
“Activating” Science, Technology or Engineering through the Humanities
May 13, 2013 | 0 Comments