This study talks about “rich people”, yet the subjects mentioned (which I assume are sampling of the group) are male. Have the researchers also conducted this research with women?
Gender Inequality. Why do we have a condition in our organizations that systematically excludes fifty percent of its members?
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Imagine designing a product so that only 49% of your customers could use it. Most people would say that that was a lamentable product.
Yet the system we call leadership does just that when it systematically excludes women.
Imagine you are an archer in the service of a medieval castle in, say, the year 1100.
When arrows and random projectiles started hurtling your way you duck behind a merlon and only step out from behind it to launch your own arrows.
And therein lay the problem: in order to do that you step into the line of fire. This, sadly, proved the end of many a castle archer.
The knowledge we possess makes up the raw material for everything we think.
When it is allowed to be fluid and ever evolving knowledge is exciting and inspiring, and leaves us craving more.
Prior to the Greeks, books had played no great part in the development, dissemination, and transmission of culture from generation to generation.
For all the talk we hear about “mastering time”, in the end time cannot be mastered.
Time just is. It’s the fourth dimension, and it’s even more enigmatic than the first three.
On Thursday, November 19, 1941 the Australian cruiser HMAS Sydney encountered the German armed merchant raider HSK Kormoran west of Shark Bay, Western Australia.
A fire fight ensued, the Sydney sank with all hands following the battle.
For the next sixty years attempts were made to locate the boats.