A great book to read

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Just finished reading this interesting book by  legendary venture capitalist John E. Doerr. In 1999, he invested nearly $12 million in a start-up. The company had amazing technology, entrepreneurial...

The Changing Nature of Work

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Changes in the Way we Work One million workers have been mandated to work from home effective yesterday. Only essential staff are exempted. An MIT study described the changing nature...

The Entrepreneurial Journey

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Staying Productive The last few weeks were beginning to feel depressing because of the Covid 19 pandemic crisis, the recurring lockdowns, and the political intrigues. So, I started writing to...

Worry Stress Anxiety

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While the last few of my articles focused on work, politics and education, this week I want to focus on some critical life experiences each one of us go...

Education & Inequality

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Introduction: Education & Inequality Over the last two months, I had written on two areas – Work and Politics.  Saying Goodbye to 9 to 5 was on the changing world...

The Politics of a Big Tent

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I admire Fareed Zakaria, the celebrated Indian-American journalist who hosts CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS. It is neither due to the fact that his parents are from Mumbai, India, nor...

Goodbye 9 to 5 workday – is it the end of the commute

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As I was walking by the desk of my colleague, I happened to stumble upon a copy of the Journal EDGE produced by the Institute of Leadership and Management,...

The passing away of Sir Ken Robinson PhD, renowned educationist at age 70

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I remember listening to Ken in Irvine, California at the Western Labs of the National Speakers Association and again in KL in 2017. An amazing thought leader, a New...

World TVET Conference in Sydney & SHRM Conference in New Delhi, India

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It was nice speaking today at two virtual conferences: the World TVET Conference in Sydney and the SHRM Conference in New Delhi, India. I was pleased that I did...

Private higher education in Malaysia: A collapse or rejuvenation?

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Private institutions have time and again championed the development of new, market-centric programmes that are closely developed with industry players so that graduates would have higher employability.This year alone,...