What is PechaKucha and Why Are We Talking About Transparent Technology?
PechaKucha, coming from the Japanese word meaning chit-chat, is a presentation style created by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Klein Architecture. The format limits presentation time by allowing the presenter to only show 20 slides for 20 seconds each. Zyris had the pleasure of being invited to present at the PechaKucha Calgary February 2017 event where the topic of discussion was transparency.
Interestingly, the topic of transparency was widely discussed across each of the 10 presenters. Because of our inherent love of innovation, technology, and ultimately our future, we presented on the marriage between transparency and technology.