Sines' work is exciting because it strives to bring the human element into technology.
(PRWEB) November 06, 2013
Woofound CEO and co-founder, Dan Sines, sits down with Dr. Rod Berger to talk about the bleeding-edge technology that aims to shape education and workforce development in a new podcast. Among other topics, Sines speaks to Woofound's current work with K-12, the origins of the company, their work with higher education, and corporate HR, along with how personalization drives the companies efforts.
Founded by Dan Sines and Josh Spears, Woofound works to give people a way to quickly personalize the world around them with proven personality assessment tools that are accessible and applicable to everyday life. Their team consists of psychologists, developers and designers, all passionate about helping to solve relevant human problems. They strive to provide individuals and businesses with the tools and resources to understand personality more completely.
"Personalization could well be central to the next frontier in education," said Dr. Berger. He continued, "Sines' work is exciting because it strives to bring the human element into technology.”
Sines dives into the origins of Woofound and how a blind date impacted what they do today. He also speaks to how the concept of personalization drives him and his colleagues to perfect their Explore and Compass applications. Finally, Sines provides a forecast of the future into personalization for the next generation and explains how everyone can play a productive role.
Find out more about Dan Sines and Woofound here.
About Core of Education
The Core of Education is an op-ed blog and podcast interview series hosted by Rod Berger, PsyD, and underwritten by RANDA Solutions. The Core focuses on vital issues to educators and policy-makers, as Dr. Berger interviews key education thought-leaders from across the nation and around the world. Core podcasts work to provide a platform for open, honest discussion and debate on education challenges and triumphs. Berger, interviews international policy makers, ed entrepreneurs, state commissioners, district admins, and teachers and strives to insure everyone involved has a platform to learn, and that’s what’s at the "core of education."