Understanding the "waves" of events


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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Understanding the dimensions


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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Business architectures and art


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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Optimal policy to interact with the environment


The environment surrounds us and yet how much knowledge and data do we really have about our direct impact on it? How fast can we make changes to our human system such that its direct effect on the environment will be transformed by becoming always a positive relationship?

There are many questions that we can ask and yet it is up to the policy makers to decide on which policies have to be changed such that the environment will be positively impacted.

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Impartial thinking

By definition, the people who possess impartial thinking belong to the category of peace makers, but considering the events that are happening in the world, how many people possess impartial thinking?

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I would probably never thought as profoundly about orphans if we would not have them in our family, but I came to understand the turmoil that children have when one parent is no longer with them. The tragedy is when they reach a certain age and they cannot trigger any past memories about a time when they were together with both parents. The loving memories that they should have are non-existent, yet they need to fill that void with many positive things that surround them.

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How eLearning helps the “walking through doorway effect”


If you are an assiduous learner, yet you get frustrated when you have to pass exams and/or tests, then eLearning and online exams might be one of your best options to overcome the brain neurological design.

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Writing work instructions



Processes and procedures have instructions that are most of the time written and displayed on boards, books (binders), network etc. While accessibility, accuracy and level of details are paramount regardless whether there are written instructions referring to the kitchen’s assembly door or patient’s treatment, the art has to be transferred through its letters and/or images to the readers’ hearts and minds. Some of you might have asked the question regarding why the reader has to understand the art and its insight before understanding the letter’s instructions.

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A simple "apple"


Built on a myriad of interconnected systems that ensures a perpetual existence of rather large and complex environments, eLearning and mLearning are directly influencing the human development and technological advancements at international levels. The unseen influences become seen when all people start to realize that they have the same feel for everything that has been condemned by everybody else.

Even if “international consciousness” is a term not used for now, its power has been seen extensively in the last years.

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An Autistic Education System and some societies’ consequences




Most likely, the majority of the readers have learned about the damaging effects of an autistic brain and its effects on the personal development. Although some of the causes have been identified and categorized largely as genetic and environmental, there are still many unknown factors that contribute to autism.

Excluding those cases that are rather severe and have a known behavioral pattern as impossibility to communicate and live a fulfilling life, the focus on the “autistic” education system as well as the consequences of being taught by “marginal autistic” educators should be  seen from the perspective of the societal environment. An education system that generates through some educators “autistic” adults will continue to generate more and more people who will not be able to live fulfilling lives.

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“Quantum Gates” within a Lean Six Sigma environment


We all have learned about continuous and dynamic changes that happen in the nature as well as their correlations as either a temporal, long term, or more permanent change. We have learned that everything that was done yesterday will have to pass the time’s gate if it materializes into a tomorrow’s existence.

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Aspects about learning and art

First the Story:

I recently discovered that the word Momotaro means “Peach Boy” and has a beautiful story according to the present form of the tale (dating to the Edo period), Momotarō came to Earth inside a giant peach, which was found floating down a river by an old, childless woman who was washing clothes there. The woman and her husband discovered the child when they tried to open the peach to eat it. The child explained that he had been sent by Heaven to be their son. The couple named him Momotarō, from momo (peach) and tarō (eldest son in the family). [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Momotar%C5%8D

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Drug pain seeker


Anyone who has worked in an organization most likely experienced some sort of “pain”. In the medical world, whenever an organ fails, we try to treat it either by using drugs or even surgery. If we are lucky, we can get well soon enough before any other organs become affected or fail to perform. Our bodies are a perfect example on how nature showed its excellency and quality. With the large opportunities of body failures, we can also encounter more challenges when the root causes are not diagnosed and identified properly.

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When transformations really happen?

I think that you like to read just about everything that is easily available “under the sun” therefore you may ask yourself questions regarding the transformation concept that we keep hearing just about everywhere.

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Swimming as a way of life

When I talk about learning and achieving, I often use examples related to children’s life because they represent our future. Today, I am inspired by competitive swimmers. If you have a child involved in competitive swimming, you also have a chart that monitors their performances.

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I cannot write when I am angry….

My feel of anger when watching the tragic events that happened in Paris, France when Charlie and his team were killed, have changed back to balanced and critical thinking. Since there are major changes required from a Change Management system approach, we should start to work on positive plans. Companies, organizations including Governments spent billions of dollars on programs in education that are meant to transform people and yet all these programs have failed.

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Gaming theory at society level and companies evolution

If we consider that over 90% of the entire globe is in some sort of the game play, what are the chances to foresee what will happen in the future? Let’s see the few criteria that differentiate the cooperative versus uncooperative gaming theories.

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Resilience born from love

Resilience born from love

Surprisingly, literature provides us with enough examples on assessing the cultural differences about the main characters behavior when confronted and in similar situations. The situations can be either real or imaginary, but it is interesting from a cultural change perspective, how writers and arts described in general the events.

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Not everything important can be measured or described

Not everything important can be measured or described

“All things come into being by conflict of opposites, and the sum of things (τὰ ὅλα ta hola, "the whole") flows like a stream.” …and “I am a citizen of the world (cosmopolites)". [1]

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The spectrum of thinking

The spectrum of thinking

Looking for the word “spectrum” in Wikipedia, I came across the “spectral evidence’s” definition, a form of evidence based upon dreams and visions. This article is not about witches, but rather about the spectrum of thinking although I will use this example to proof my point that in time all systems move towards positive understanding because there is collaboration across all systems.

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