About

Hey there!

You found my blog šŸ¤“ . Here's a bit about me:

I'm Ken.

I'm a scientist-practitioner.

I teach. I craft essays. I write code. And I use science to search for answers. Currently, I'm preparing a course on sociotechnical theory which I will be teaching this summer at CUNY Brooklyn College.

During the week, I work in people analytics at SpaceX šŸš€ . My job is to leverage a bit of programming, psychology, statistics, and a whole lot of data to ultimately improve the health of our organization.

My background is in I/O psychology, which is where much of my thinking stems from. I did my best to explain what the field all about in Foundations, but if I had to sum it up in just a few words, I'd call it the science of work.

At the core of everything I do is the belief that in order to advance as a society, we must learn to work together more efficiently. This happens through the medium of an organization; with systems of people leveraging technology to achieve goals greater than themselves.

You'll hear ideas like this ring through my writing and many of the projects I work on.

If you'd like to connect, Twitter or LinkedIn are great places to start.

I love hearing from my readers and I'm always open to chat. Whether your seeking advice, want to talk about my work, or just want to say hi, my inbox is always open!āœŒļø