Here are a few articles by way of welcoming the third month of 2021, which is also the start of Spring in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere…
The Feynman Learning Technique – If you are looking to learn new things, but struggling to find a workable approach, then you might find this technique helpful. I personally have had the chance to do something similar in my role as Visiting Faculty in Digital Marketing, though I still have a long way to go before I get to the level of a child (or rubber duck!).
Two by Two – Every management grad must be familiar (and possibly fed-up) with Two by Two matrices. But they do have a certain charm! In this article, Professor Scott Galloway describes an interesting Two by Two matrix to categorise tech companies.
How East and West think in profoundly different ways – The basic concept of this article (that people in the East and West) think differently should not really come as a surprise. This article goes into greater detail to examine how geography influences the way we think and behave.
Can Magic Millets Provide A Solution For Malnutrition? – I have been trying to follow the principles of a Whole Food Plant Based Diet for a few years now. As such, I have an interest in food from the perspective of local, sustainable and healthy food choices. One of the food types that’s been talked about regularly of late is millets. Read this article to find out more about the role that millets can play in building a healthier diet.