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Jun
19

Lean in Education System (K12 level)

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As very few children have been born with abilities that are beyond the human understanding, many would follow the path that has been designed for them and attend the schools that are either private, public or home schooling within the area where they live. Each school will have the control limits pre-set by those who designed their education system to meet the set criteria that are part of the plan.

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Apr
26

Healthcare

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Healthcare

 

We have learned from the paintings and recorded historical events about the people’s living and working conditions of the past centuries. Yet, we all must agree that the current century has reached new limits that were never believed to be reached even 100 years ago. It is not only the further development of the life conditions in general, but the instruments, tools and equipment that have been developed to support such progresses.

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Mar
26

Exhaustive Processes

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We learned processes from the time when we were born as we looked at the leaves that changed their colors, snow that felt cold on our cheeks or warm and clear waters when going to the sea coast. Yet, it is when we understand the process’ in depth and become aware about this, that has the largest impact to our life.

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Mar
02

BioArt

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Many children love BioArt because it allows them to share with their readers the new views of a world that they can only imagine through colours, shapes and funny names.

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Feb
07

Learning

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While all livings learn during their life time, humans are still the most advanced from this perspective as we acquire skills and knowledge in large areas.  Therefore, we learn as a population through probability rather than statistics.

Lately, learning happens through the social interactions that are made possible using electronic devises, internet etc.

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Jan
03

Perspective

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One would wonder why the sculpture of an alien would be in a museum in Italy when considering that God and its son Jesus are represented artistically everywhere in the architectural buildings. In a country where almost in every corner there is an open museum that takes us to past events, the industry of art was craftily approached through the years of its mastering and development. It was the feel of the hard work and perfectionism that have been enchanting visitors therefore it is the work through art that needs to continue.

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Sep
06

Commitment to design quality environments

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Over the years, there are several posts that I wrote with a direct reference to the environment in which we exist. As I am one of the many people who worked across diverse industries and countries, I can definitively prove that people who are committed to a cause will continue to excel. Each person who is committed to deliver quality, support the communication in an open democracy, seek the transparent measures taken with fair distribution and reward, will continue to excel such that all work is done at a maximum level of efficiency, quality, speed.

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Aug
09

Proportions and sizes to maintain balance

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If the behavior changes depending on the learning that a person is being exposed to, then obviously, the positive thoughts would be followed almost instantaneously by positive actions. In a world that works mainly within cause and effect type scenario, the positive reactions would be evenly amplified when the environment is prone to propagate them. 

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Jan
01

Is Lean contradictory when compared to Tao Te Ching philosophy?

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The new and old ideas are mixed together to take forms and shapes although none have impacted the matter of things. We know that matter is continuous therefore it will never become something different than it has always been. 

Most companies for the last centuries have shown contradictory results as what seemed to be working in one area was catastrophic in multiple areas therefore the same idea(s) were not bringing the similar and positive outcomes.

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Nov
07

The Giants as protectors

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I have really enjoyed reading literature from an early age, but I was also lucky to study the “Odyssey and Iliad” by Homer (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homer) as the masterpiece of the ancient Greek’s literature.

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Aug
14

eLearning organizations representing the social evolution

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Whenever we look back into the human evolution there is a trend line moving upward faster from the time when the technological advancements have matured.

As the intellectual effort became more important than the physical labor, the question is whether at this time there is a fair recognition worldwide for it, and if there is, how it is shared in the world.

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Jul
04

Coincidences

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“In Jewish history there are no coincidences” Elie Wiesel

“The bottom line is that humans are very bad at understanding probability. Everyone finds it difficult, even I do. We just have to get better at it. We need to learn to detect when data is  manipulated. Changing axes on a chart is one way, but there are many other subtle ways to do it. ““If we understood probability perfectly, then we would be less open to manipulation” and “Coincidences never happen to me at all, because I never notice anything,” David Spiegelhalter

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Jun
27

The attitude of a conqueror

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During the last decades, we have learned, watched or participated directly in those events that resulted in organizations taking over other organizations. Considering the amount of knowledge that we have today, the cultural changes don’t happen overnight therefore a question that comes to my mind is why organizations acquire organizations that have a completely different culture? Because beyond the purpose of gaining the market share leading to an increase of short term profit etc. the main purpose should be to collaborate and make better products, new services to the market or in other words make the investors happier.

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Mar
18

Learning by using mobiles

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While a large population uses computers to learn, other population using mobile devices is growing. Last year mobile device usage increase was 60.4% , and having our LMS available on mobile devices could have been a great contributor.

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Mar
05

My Mother

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There is no human born on Earth without a mother and if there is anything that we shall cherish throughout our lives than that is our mother’s love. This is the only love that shall bring us in peace together.

My mother is still the best because the way she raised us, me and my brother. She was patient enough to believe that one day we will understand her struggle with life’s challenges. While she is on her last days of her life, there wasn’t anything that she could have done in her entire life to make it more perfect than it has been.

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Feb
23

Autonomous systems seen as bridge’s creation

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In any system designed to be operated by a machine, the rules are being determined by a team including programmers, engineers, administrators etc. Such designed system will adjust internally its prescribed conditions such that the end result will be obtained at a constant rate.

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Jan
20

Social endeavors and their acceptance levels

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I have seen the “Portrait of Madame Charles Max” painted by Boldini Giovanni exposed on two different occasions, but each time it gave me a different feel for that gracious and fluid move as she tries to hold on her dress. Her refined figure, gentle look gives us retrospection into what was happening during 19th -20th century in the world. It was a time when women were taking the world stage and claiming to be treated with respect, as equal partners.

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Jan
15

Understanding the "waves" of events

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Just the other day, I was working with one of my young students to determine the function formula when either the cos or sin graph was provided. If many of you are not very familiar with sin/cos graphs please check them because they are used in many applications. Some examples are music waves, space flights, signal transmissions etc. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigonometric_functions)

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Jan
13

Understanding the dimensions

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Many of the readers might be familiar with terms used like “let’s look at a project or system from above 10,000 ft.” or whatever other height. Many of you might be also familiar with “let’s look at the larger picture” before we do something etc.  The problem is that this approach, in fact, prevents many students or people to see and observe anything.

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Jan
05

Business architectures and art

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There has been a lot of literature written about the business architectures, yet the question is whether the principles of art have been used to develop the quality of any business to full potential. Being in Rome for several times, I tried to understand whether I felt any different each time when I have seen the same sculpture. I take as reference the Fontana di Trevi.  The art has always a purpose that is communicated from the maker (the artist) to the future viewers. An artist uses emotions when creating the piece of art, while the viewers have emotions when seeing the piece of art. The main transfer of communication happens through emotions.

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