Lessons from tribes
This brings us on to another lesson. Tribal people generally only take from their environments what they need, because they know that if they destroy their own resources they, or their children, will suffer in the future.
Statistics: Math or Myth?
The World celebrates the first World Statistics Day to promote the many achievements of official statistics premised on the core values of service, professionalism and integrity. The WSD serves as a tool to further support the work of statisticians across different settings, cultures, and domains.
The Perils of Time Pressure
We live in a society that values being busy. A typical response to “How are you?” is either “Busy,” “Swamped,” or “Things are so crazy right now.” The less time you have, the more important you seem.
by Craig Dowden
This mentality is particularly evident in workplaces, where the number of hours worked is often assumed to signify one’s value as an employee. In these cases, employees often sacrifice work-life balance to prove their dedication to their organization. ...
Rules and Passion
The cognitive approach is just the tool if a manager wants to get to know his raw material: people. This is because it can zero in on the four main ingredients of a personality and the infinite number of ways in which people express themselves.
by Marco Mossi
These ingredients provide flexible frameworks that suggest how an individual will react to certain stimuli and what will motivate his or her actions.
The first framework considers the areas of perseverance and commitment. ...