Category Archives: Learning

Younger Americans are better than older Americans at telling factual news statements from opinions

By Jeffrey Gottfried and Elizabeth Grieco of Pew Research While some say wisdom comes with age, younger Americans are better than their elders at separating factual from opinion statements in the news, according to a new analysis from Pew Research … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Demographics, Learning, Pew Research

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the factories of the future

By Helena Leurent, Head of Future of Production, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum, Enno De Boer, Partner, McKinsey & Company and Diego Hernandez Diaz, Engagement manager, McKinsey & Company After a decade of flat productivity, the arrival … Continue reading

Posted in Business, innovation, Learning, Science, Thought-Provoking Analysis

Is this the answer to what’s wrong with leadership training? Leadership hacks that transform the way you work

By Scott Stein in CEO World Tired of attending training sessions that regurgitate leadership theory from the 1990’s? A recent Forbes article titled ‘Why leadership training doesn’t work’ identified how many leadership training programs offer limited success because they focus … Continue reading

Posted in Business, leadership, Learning

How babies learn – and why robots can’t compete

By Alex Beard of The Guardian If we could understand how the infant mind develops, it might help every child reach their full potential. Deb Roy and Rupal Patel pulled into their driveway on a fine July day in 2005 … Continue reading

Posted in Children, Controversial, Learning, Parents, Robots

Podcast with Dr. George Lakoff: The Brain’s Politics: How Campaigns Are Framed and Why

Everything we learn, know and understand is physical—a matter of brain circuitry. This basic fact has deep implications for how politics is understood, how campaigns are framed, why conservatives and progressives talk past each other, and why progressives have more … Continue reading

Posted in George Lakoff, Learning, Thought-Provoking Analysis