Melissa Gregg

Melissa Gregg is an entographer and researcher at Intel Corporation.

Melissa Gregg is an ethnographer and a Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation researching the future of work, where her role is to translate strategic insights on the nature of enterprise and employment to business outcomes and opportunities. Her recent research tracks the rise of the personal enterprise – a world in which individuals take responsibility for their life’s work with the assistance of technical infrastructure. Her books include The Affect Theory Reader (co-edited with Gregory J. Seigworth, Duke 2010), Cultural Studies’ Affective Voices (Palgrave 2006) and Work’s Intimacy (Polity 2011)and the forthcoming Counterproductive: A Brief History of Time Management. 

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