Google is putting on an online course called Making Sense of Data. It’s free. More importantly, does it portend a sea change in corporate education? Will corporations become the new universities? Not only for their employees but also their customers? Something to pay attention to. And if you just want to play with data, check […]
I notice a recurring theme in response to “Why not more women on your board/in your company, etc.?”. It’s usually a defensive one and goes like this: The counter-arguments to gender diversification: 1. We have X% (usually a low %) 2. We have to hire the best 3. We couldn’t find women 4. Then a […]
A great talk by my friend Elli Sharef, founder of HireArt, on the confidence women founders need:
What used to be thought of as women’s intuition or a dark art, is now supported by science: your gut knows. Do you trust it? See: The Feeling of What Happens: Body and Emotion in the Making of Consciousness Also see: Gut Feelings: The Intelligence of the Unconscious
Have you stuck to your New Year’s resolution(s)? I haven’t. But that’s because I don’t make them. I prefer to take a look at my habits and work on creating new ones. Here are a list of resources on habits that you might find helpful: 1. The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We […]
This MIT project bothers me. Now we’re outsourcing our feelings? Whatever happened to the cognitive experience of putting yourself in the story?
Another kind of love this week: the love that drives your work.