Unemployment vs. Education level. (Ref-1) The times of India article mentions , “Higher your education, harder it is getting a job” . So true . The data in the article is converted in the bar-chart for the want of better presentation. So probably we have one more reason for not going for higher education, and… Continue reading Perils of higher Education !
PCMag has interesting article on productivity. Opening of the article has interesting comment. Has anyone noticed that the computer revolution has turned its focus from improving productivity to wasting time on trivia? Isn’t it what is termed as unanticipated consequences ? . For instance : Email’s were suppose to save our time. It consumes so… Continue reading Unanticipated Consequence of Productivity tools !
Interesting talk by Ron Gutman smile – A curve that straightens cranky things … (Speech is supported by strong research findings from range of publications, and worth watching . All the studies that he is referring are available here .).
Pathways -my Blog – though little more than one year old – it is still do not have any single subject focus as such . Postings also have sometime too big gap between them …. (Doesn’t that happens often on all blogs !! ). I am using my blog as a public journal of my… Continue reading “The next management Guru”
The subject is interesting and appealing ,but additionally the whole presentation is nicely prepared . A excellent case for making self-explanatory impressive presentations , What the F**K is Social Media: One Year Later View more documents from Marta Kagan.
Jonathan Livingstone seagull – by Richard bach which echoes typical vedantic views ( I think ) about continuous learning and development so as to work towards excellence. And gives the message that perfection is not only life-long but passion beyond life.
This is one of the phenomenal and really inspiring lecture by Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch. Everyone who wish to achieve his/her dream must watch this .
I found this on web , somewhere – I think posted by Gautam Ghosh. Picture and the comments are so appealing that I thought of posting them again here.