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Striking the balance between control and opportunity to learn.

My friend and colleague Dr. Bobbie Finnochio introduced me to The Tao te Ching (Mitchell, 1988) and I have been fairly obsessed with it ever since. 599 more words

Leadership

How poetry enhances development of explicit organizational knowledge

In this article, I have in depth described how poetry can be closely related to accessing our tacit knowledge, which in our business world can bring us lot of advantage. 434 more words

Poetry

And Don't Forget to Breathe

My Yoga teacher has to remind me to breathe. I chuckle because breathing is pretty fundamental; how the heck do I keep forgetting to do something that has become an instinct? 1,384 more words

Values

Boost Cognitive Power and Creativity with Your Playlist

Music can change the world because it can change people. – Bono

Music is the universal language for a reason. More than any other type of stimulus, music evokes feelings and heightens the emotions associated with them.

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Brain-based Research

Organizational Learning

These readings were a bit dense and hard to get through in my opinion.

Let’s start with Blackler¹. The part that stood out to me the most was the… 891 more words

Knowledge Management

Laughter Makes Us Smarter... And Other Brain Bytes

We once believed that intelligence and creativity were fixed. It was generally accepted that we were born with a certain capacity to learn and we did the best we could with what we had. 1,306 more words

Brain-based Research

The Road to Happiness is Paved with Grit

We must encounter frustration and failure to enjoy success.

Wait… what? It seems  counterintuitive – both in the education world as well as the business world – to find both happiness and success through failure.   1,274 more words

Organizational Learning