Oct 19–24:
Learning & Networking

Oct 25–28:
Main Program

#epiconference

“We’re not just building new products, we’re building new ways of thinking, knowing, and working. EPIC is the rare conference where passionate, creative people from diverse contexts are creating these new ways of thinking and doing.”

Mark Burrell,

Foundation Medicine

EPIC2020—the premier international conference on ethnography in business

EPIC2020 is a global, virtual event, and our theme is SCALE. How can we engage, work across, and reframe scale in a world where bigger, faster, easier, broader are the desired and expected goals? In these times of critical, planet-wide challenges, we explore how concepts of scale define the scopes, contexts, and impacts of ethnographic work in creating value in organizations, and in sustaining our global futures….THEME


Keynote Speakers

Genevieve Bell

Genevieve Bell

Australia National University

Bruce Pascoe

Bruce Pascoe

Writer

Ashwini Asokan

Ashwini Asokan

Mad Street Den


Conference Chairs

Meet the Co-chairs

Tania Lewis

Tania Lewis

Co-Director, Digital Ethnography Research Centre & Professor of Media and Communication

RMIT University

Alexandra Zafiroglu

Alexandra Zafiroglu

Professor of Cybernetics, 3A Institute

Australia National University

Oct 19–24:
Learning & Networking

Oct 25–28:
Main Program

#epiconference

“We’re not just building new products, we’re building new ways of thinking, knowing, and working. EPIC is the rare conference where passionate, creative people from diverse contexts are creating these new ways of thinking and doing.”

Mark Burrell,

Foundation Medicine

EPIC2020—the premier international conference on ethnography in business

EPIC2020 is a global, virtual event, and our theme is SCALE. How can we engage, work across, and reframe scale in a world where bigger, faster, easier, broader are the desired and expected goals? In these times of critical, planet-wide challenges, we explore how concepts of scale define the scopes, contexts, and impacts of ethnographic work in creating value in organizations, and in sustaining our global futures….THEME


Keynote Speakers

Genevieve Bell

Genevieve Bell

Australia National University

Bruce Pascoe

Bruce Pascoe

Writer

Ashwini Asokan

Ashwini Asokan

Mad Street Den


Conference Chairs

Meet the Co-chairs

Tania Lewis

Tania Lewis

Co-Director, Digital Ethnography Research Centre & Professor of Media and Communication

RMIT University

Alexandra Zafiroglu

Alexandra Zafiroglu

Professor of Cybernetics, 3A Institute

Australia National University


EPIC2020—the premier international conference on ethnography in business

EPIC2020 is a global, virtual event, and our theme is SCALE. How can we engage, work across, and reframe scale in a world where bigger, faster, easier, broader are the desired and expected goals? In these times of critical, planet-wide challenges, we explore how concepts of scale define the scopes, contexts, and impacts of ethnographic work in creating value in organizations, and in sustaining our global futures….THEME


Oct 19–24:
Learning & Networking

Oct 25–28:
Main Program

#epiconference

“We’re not just building new products, we’re building new ways of thinking, knowing, and working. EPIC is the rare conference where passionate, creative people from diverse contexts are creating these new ways of thinking and doing.”

Mark Burrell,

Foundation Medicine

Keynote Speakers

Genevieve Bell

Genevieve Bell

Australia National University

Bruce Pascoe

Bruce Pascoe

Writer

Ashwini Asokan

Ashwini Asokan

Mad Street Den


Conference Chairs

Meet the Co-chairs

Tania Lewis

Tania Lewis

Co-Director, Digital Ethnography Research Centre & Professor of Media and Communication

RMIT University

Alexandra Zafiroglu

Alexandra Zafiroglu

Professor of Cybernetics, 3A Institute

Australia National University