Maslow’s hierarchy of needs seems to be well in action. As societies mature and wealth levels increase, it appears that ownership of assets is not as important as having access to them. Access brings with it the advantages of economy, convenience and variety. Now what could go wrong here…?
Our school system is designed for linearity and mediocrity, an assembly line over spread over 12 years.
Can we use the Covid disruption to reimagine a different system, one that solves the problems of inadequate teachers and lack of choice?
Srinivasa Addepalli takes inspiration from the traditional Gurukul system to offer some suggestions.
Adults do not learn since they are not aware of their capabilities. There is no motivation to learn.
Srinivasa Addepalli asks this controversial question: Is a slap in the face a necessary trigger that will encourage individual investment in learning and capability development.
Today, all our business communication has become virtual. How are virtual meetings different from the physical ones? And what must we do to be effective presenters in virtual meetings?
Srinivasa Addepalli shares his top 5 topics on how to make presentations to virtual audiences.