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The gathering of eminent thinkers at the World Economic Forum at Davos in January every year produces some interesting views. The buzzword at Davos this year was uncertainty. Who or what will spu...
Millions of spiders, thousands of hours and two golden garments.
Managers are on a treadmill - a daily grind towards execution excellence ... towards congruence ... with the rising expectations of all Stakeholders. Driven by competition, internal and external, ...
The biggest most awful threats we face and our richest and most precious experiences are all around us in Earth's environment.
Congruency Theory attempts to create an understanding of how systems...physical, mechanical, environmental, natural or social can be optimized.
You can pooh-pooh it all you like, but this dance even has the US Air Force interested. The dancer is a dung beetle. Its stage? A ball of poo. And the reason for the US military’s interest is t...
Disenchantment with work is growing. What can be done about it?
In a recent issue of Time magazine, there is an interesting article about David Petraeus, the commander of the U.S. Army.
"When you find a lone nut doing something great, have the guts to be the first person to stand up and join in."