I visited Gangapur with my guru and family. Many aspects of this trip proved hard for me. Hard, not as in climbing Mount Everest, but hard as in opening up steadfast beliefs to critical self-examination. It offered some new ways of looking. The lotus grows in the muck. One can either wonder about the muck … Continue reading
As technology makes science of an art and jobs become increasingly technology-enabled, all roles seem to fall into one of three types.
How long before a robot does your job? Robots are beating champs at jeopardy, diagnosing medical conditions and bar-tending. With the advent of deep learning, machines are doing jobs that require decision-making in complex and ambiguous circumstances, with profound implications for business, government and society. We will either make the leap to fulfilling lives with abundance and creativity, or. Else.
Are you building your predictive analytics castle on a data quicksand? If so, your business will sink. But don’t sweat it! The D3 ills have the 3C pills!
There’s two kinds of help. People who want to look after you. People who want to help you look after yourself. My experience is that liberals are in the former category and conservatives in the latter. Both want to help. Yet there are huge difference in the nature of help and implications for those who … Continue reading
Attitude counts. You can’t always control the situation. You control only your response to it.
One mantra for a relaxed and enjoyable life.
Negotiations are key to success in business. Too many executives negotiate like haggling at a bazaar with hawkers. Are you winning or whining? Here’s what makes the difference.
Budget pressure is tighter than a beauty’s smile. Think automation can save your @$$? Think again. There’s automation and there’s automation. Here are the right questions to ask as you embark on your automation journey.
When the going gets tough, the tough get going.