Technology Therapy For Computer Illiterate Executives
from the lie-here-on-the-couch-and-click-the-start-button dept
Apparently, there’s quite a bit of business for personal computer trainers/mentors to help teach clueless executives how to use their computers. These old time execs realize that computer skills are important, but feel silly going to basic training classes and sitting in with “the masses”. So, computer “therapists” are showing up, promising to teach these old timers how to use their computers quietly so that no one knows they’re seeking help. From reading the article, the prices paid are high and the requirements are pretty basic – so for anyone with basic knowledge about computers and the disposition not to mock an important executive for wondering where the “any” key is, you might want to start up a new business…
Comments on “Technology Therapy For Computer Illiterate Executives”
How about techies?
I’ve known IT professionals to not know pretty basic things about computers, but with the extent of machismo in that culture, were afraid to ask anyone. Techies usually pounce on people who ask questions they consider too basic.
Re: How about techies?
Yeah I’ve meet those NERDS Too, but most of them lack Basic Social Skills aside from Drooling over Cutting Edge Technology the majority of them are lifeless drones who lack the simplest of personalities.
Can You Say Looser?