Disruptive Innovation

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Disruptive Innovation  The disruption through innovation seems not to have an end any time soon than ever in history of mankind          as man’s ability to grow and tendency to… Read More

ERIC SCHMITT SPEAKS TO JOURNALISM STUDENTS

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  The New York Times Senior writer / Terrorism Correspondent Eric Schmitt is enjoining journalists to insistently follow three main issues of interest in                 the… Read More

Women Work – Life Balance

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        Work–life balance is a concept including proper prioritizing between “work” (career and ambition) and “lifestyle” (health, pleasure, leisure, family and spiritual development/meditation). Related, though broader, terms include “lifestyle calm balance” and “lifestyle choices”. From Wikipedia, the… Read More

USA-ASU

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Reviewed by Alexis Macklin This school year and the Humphrey program will come to an end in few days. We have shared so many reflections already with out friends, fellows, schoolmates and host… Read More

What keeps California green

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You can see it best from the Hoover Dam: the river banks of the Black Canyon are white where the waters used to wash them, pale as the finest tombstone. The Colorado River,… Read More

American Life Organized by Car

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By Lila Ojha At a most remarkable moment in my career, I came to the  United States as a mid-career journalism fellow, to learn global leadership and to experience American life. A years… Read More

Idea-Making Book for Entrepreneurs

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By Lila Ojha TINKERTOYS is an interesting book in order to interpose new ideas. The author Michael Michalko, who is known as the creativity expert, worked as Army officer in the US and… Read More

Final thoughts on leadership and the Humphrey Seminar

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When I first read the syllabus for the class and learned that our main topic to examine was leadership, I was a bit puzzled. I thought leadership couldn’t be taught, it was an… Read More

Living a Valuable Life

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“Writing…is a horrible, exhausting struggle, like a long bout of some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven on by some demon whom one can neither… Read More

Reflecting on the Humphrey Seminar

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Before signing up for the Humphrey Seminar, Dr. Bill asked us to explain why we wanted to take the class and spend the semester with the Humphrey Fellows. I sent this paragraph to… Read More

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