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A CityVP Manjit Learning Hive featuring :
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Buzzes
  1. ProducerCharles A Langdon Jr
    Digital Disruption's Impact on the American Economy, Era or Revolution?
    Digital Disruption's Impact on the American Economy, Era or Revolution?Digital, Digital Disruption, and Digital Transformation are bouncing around the social networks like super balls dropped into closed warehouses. The Digital issue is far bigger and misunderstood than the social networks, boards, leaders, or...
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  2. ProducerDean Owen

    Dean Owen

    16/02/2017
    A Tale of Two Distilleries
    A Tale of Two DistilleriesHibiki, Yoichi, Hakushu, Yamazaki, Taketsuru; words that are often whispered over dark oak counters. These are some of the finest whiskies in the World, and yes, they are Japanese. Many of you may not have heard of them. Some of you might...
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    Dean Owen
    18/02/2017 #23 Dean Owen
    #22 That's one brilliant story.
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    18/02/2017 #22 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    #21 I in turn have to do an article on Alcoholics Anonymous where I was invited to support one of my brothers friends who had gone a year clean and now was receiving his medallion. As the session began we all stood up and I noticed that each member said "My name is --------- and I am an Alcholic".

    This affirmation was being repeated row after row, and at this point I turned to my brother and whispered "I am not saying that! - I'm gonna say I am a teetotaler" - he whispered back "the f' you will, try it and see". So in that moment as my moment came closer and closer I had to make a decision - do I speak for my teetotalling or should I speak in union with the alcoholics?

    Now it is my turn and I said with my teeth clenched "My name is Manjit, I am an Al-colic" and so it went down the line until everyone sat down. This is where my brother did give me a great lesson in life that is utterly unforgettable and poured wisdom into my bones , he whispered in my ear "shame on you that you think that you are better than them".
    Dean Owen
    18/02/2017 #21 Dean Owen
    #20 I had no idea teetotaler was spelt that way! I thought it had something to do with tea. I might have to do an article on tea though, perhaps Churchill's favourite, Lapsang Souchong.
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    17/02/2017 #20 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    It is weird in a way for someone like me trying to understand a market in which I am not a participant (a 100% bonafide teetotaler) but I do lay claim to fame that my first occupation or paid work of any sort was as a barman. I lasted all of three weeks in that role and can now proudly attest that if there was a title for the "world's worst barman" it is me - I will still give credit to the owners of the "Oldfield Tavern" they did try to do the best to keep me by offering me "wash up" duties, but in terms of drink I was washed up.

    What this buzz does give me is a cameo into the mind of entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurs story is always a good way of developing an understanding of how markets form and how enterprise emerges, perhaps in more unlikely ways than we can plan. What this story shows me is how an eye for detail is a theme that I do see pop up in entrepreneurial stories a.k.a. Taketsuru "meticulous eye for details". It is also interesting how much of mindset is governed by knowledge of product and how this knowledge is different between a promotion to get people simply using a product or service, and an education which is knowing the details of a market. That knowing of details is another facet of an entrepreneur, which I find an interesting observation point.

    As @Milos Djukic recently buzzed a video of Richard Feynman, I come back to what Feynman saw in a good scientist, which is the power of noticing. The power of observation I firmly believe is a trait of great entrepreneurs and how this mitigates risk. Great buzz as always and insights that I can direct towards my red learning.
    Dean Owen
    16/02/2017 #19 Dean Owen
    #18 I knew you'd be a tough convert! You just have to try the Yoichi Single Malt when you are there! For decades the Japanese liked their whisky done "Mizuwari" i.e. with ice and water, or even topped up with soda. I've also been served whisky with Oolong tea which was surprisingly refreshing, and very dry. These days it is on the rocks. The Japanese tend process alcohol quite fast, hence the red faces and very rare hangovers (something to do with enzyme induction). But Yoichi Single Malt is a perfect sipping whisky, taken neat. Your brain cells will not only survive, they will be in a state of exuberance.
    Ken Boddie
    16/02/2017 #18 Ken Boddie
    Looking forward to testing your claims in April, Dean-san. As one who was brought up to appreciate a twelve year old single malt whisky (or several) in my foggy uni days, I know the importance of 'John Barleycorn" and the source water, which combine to give us 'uisge beatha' (the water of life). But these days the occasional whiskey (preferably Scotch malt) needs to be 'smooth and well aged' (somewhat like myself, haha). The questions are:
    Do our Nippon cousins serve the mature taster's market or the 'Scotch and coke' undifferentiating abortionists?
    Have my liver and stomach recovered from the abuse of my youth sufficiently to permit passage past the palate, without enforcing a bile rebellion?
    Can I afford to lose any more brain cells? ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ
    Dean Owen
    16/02/2017 #17 Dean Owen
    #15 Will check with my supplier to see if he can get me some to taste!
    Dean Owen
    16/02/2017 #16 Dean Owen
    #14 Sounds like a book I'd love to read. In a few years the Chinese will be the ones buying up many distillers. I fear they will not be so professional. For the Chinese, it is ROI at any cost.
    Gert Scholtz
    16/02/2017 #15 Gert Scholtz
    #9 Three Ships is good- and so is Bain's Mountain Whisky. The main SA Brands.
    Neil Smith
    16/02/2017 #14 Neil Smith
    It's not something the tourist board shouts about but quite a few of Scotland's best distilleries are Japanese owned. In many cases the incomers took over companies that were on their knees due to traditional, British mismanagement and lack of investment and they have produced a revival and renaissance of some of the county's finest brands. That they have done this with great support for local communities and a very hands off approach to the product is entirely to their credit. If anyone is interested in more information then the book "Raw Spirit" by Iain Banks is well worth a read.
    Fernando ๐Ÿ Santa Isabel Llanos
    16/02/2017 #13 Fernando ๐Ÿ Santa Isabel Llanos
    My favorite whiskey is hibiki, Thank you @Dean Owen
    Dean Owen
    16/02/2017 #12 Dean Owen
    #11 Neat is straight up, no ice. Often served with a chaser, usually a glass of water served separately.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    16/02/2017 #11 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #10 Well it is dinner time. Ok, but what is neat, lol
    Dean Owen
    16/02/2017 #10 Dean Owen
    #8 Bombay Sapphire gin, neat. Going to get me a glass now....
    Dean Owen
    16/02/2017 #9 Dean Owen
    #6 Well you probably know South Africa also produces premium whiskey, in particular Three Ships is always entered into the World Whisky Awards. I've not tried it. Any good?
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    16/02/2017 #8 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #5 What's in a Bombay neat? It's always fun to try a new drink on occasion.
    Pascal Derrien
    16/02/2017 #7 Pascal Derrien
    Well I don't drink but I did not have the faintest idea there was such thing as Japonese whisky, sante :-) @Dean Owen
    Gert Scholtz
    16/02/2017 #6 Gert Scholtz
    @Dean Owen A fascinating look into the history of Japanese whisky. I would never have guessed that some of the finest are made in the land of the rising sun. Interesting how something superior often comes out of rivalry โ€“ in this case between the houses of Suntory and Nikka.
    Dean Owen
    16/02/2017 #5 Dean Owen
    #4 Oh I am a big gin fan. Especially Tanqueray and Bombay Sapphire. If you ever have a chance, have a sip of Bombay neat. So many spices. Unfortunately the Japanese have yet to master gin making.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    16/02/2017 #4 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    Interesting history about Whiskey (s) - I had no clue Japanese produced Whiskey but then again I don't drink it. Wow, worth 6.7 billion, why was I not his favorite granddaughter? ;-) We went to a gin/vodka distillery this summer. They took us back to show us how they brew, it smelled like oatmeal brewing. I had a Russian Mule, first time I ever tried one. My husband prefers a Manhatten when we go out to dinner. Orson Wells, omg... forgot about him!
  3. CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    An infographic about Universal Basic Income. We can get political about this and we can get emotional about this, for me either we have an economy where automated systems produce value and we invent robots as consumers, or we need to figure out how an economy operates with a large swath of human beings losing jobs to automation.

    Automation will probably (in the immediate future) wipe out more paid jobs than the economy can create to catch up, and what the economy creates will require time for workers to get re-educated and trained for the new kind of work that emerge - this is an interesting dilemma as automation increases.
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    Universal Basic Income: The Answer to Automation? (INFOGRAPHIC)
    futurism.com 57% of the world's jobs are at risk of being automated. Universal Basic Income may be our only way out. Here's...
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    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    08/01/2017 #2 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    #1 It is the view of trust in the article about Finland which is interesting. The way that American corporations and institutions refer to trust is in comparison, a platitude and the actuality of that trust is actually distrust.
    Chas โœŒ๏ธ Wyatt
    08/01/2017 #1 Chas โœŒ๏ธ Wyatt
    @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit, Foxconn in Taiwan plans to reduce its labor force to 3% through robotics (the manufacturer of the iPhone). You may also be interested in this article about Finland's current experiment with Universal Basic Income~ http://inhabitat.com/finland-to-provide-2000-citizens-with-free-basic-income-next-month/
    just as a side note, I find it ironic that a site with futurism as its name has outdated software (LOL).
  4. Juan Imaz

    Juan Imaz

    24/12/2016
    Juan Imaz
    The United States Of Unicorns: Every US Company Worth $1B+ In One Map
    www.cbinsights.com Collectively, US unicorns are worth approximately $372B. Combined, these companies have raised just over...
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    Mohammed Sultan
    24/12/2016 #1 Mohammed Sultan
    @Juan Imaz,These billions reflect how these unicorns were able two offer the two things that are mostly required by today's customers.They are very aware that to disrupt their markets,that requires continuous disruptive innovations to change their users daily habit.They have excelled in offering the two things that are mostly required by the customers in these states;value through convenience and quality and their genuine service which is founded on the value of the intelligence.Adopting different strategies to deliver these two things not only carried along a well established image but also ensured that the image they crafted in their users mind is consistent with the vision they created for their companies.
  5. ProducerAdel de Meyer

    Adel de Meyer

    14/12/2016
    What's Keeping You from Entrepreneurial Success?
    What's Keeping You from Entrepreneurial Success?Two years ago I decided to become an entrepreneur and I was thinking about a few reasons why I didn't do it sooner and some of the obstacles I faced so far.I've been helping other entrepreneurs with Social Media strategies and noticed some of the...
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    Roy Daggs
    07/01/2017 #16 Roy Daggs
    I don't have a good idea yet. Just a good heart and love don't make any money.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    15/12/2016 #14 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    Great tips and observations @Adel de Meyer. My husband has been in business for himself for almost 14 years now. Through failures which happen to everyone he's learned and it motivates him to re-prioritize. If a person's ego is too large they will miss opportunities, so the ego must stay in check. Thanks, this is great info for those who are just beginning or are second guessing themselves.
    Sushmita Thakare Jain
    15/12/2016 #13 Sushmita Thakare Jain
    The road to success as an entrepreneur has enough barriers as it is. Don't let bad habits or bad people make it more difficult. Clean up your act and clean up your life.

    Well summed up, cleaning up can surely help.
    I understand it very well, thanks for sharing will be sharing it ahead! โ˜บ
    David B. Grinberg
    15/12/2016 #12 David B. Grinberg
    This post brings to mind some of my favorite sayings, Adel:
    1) No risk no reward.
    2) Those who never fall never climb.
    3) The harder I work, the luckier I get.
    4) What could have been?
    Thanks for the good buzz.
    Jan ๐Ÿ Barbosa
    14/12/2016 #11 Jan ๐Ÿ Barbosa
    5. Becoming Mentally Stagnant !!! The dreaded enemy !!!! Fought with him and must admit in 2016 atlast conquered him !!! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
    Asesh Datta
    14/12/2016 #10 Asesh Datta
    @Adel de Meyer. Thanks for the interesting post. Entrepreneurial success is not only what you have listed, but an attitude to 'start up' and be passionate about that. Today's entrepreneur do not need manpower as a board member but an all rounder to understand the business process with a concept. With the use of digitization our 'walk the walk' has become at the speed of light and still there are barriers and hurdles. Start up failures are more than the successes. Why and want went wrong? May be capital and preparedness before launch. Thanks and reagrds
    Renรฉe  ๐Ÿ Cormier
    14/12/2016 #9 Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier
    #1 When you have a resistant spouse, you need to find a supportive business partner. Not everyone has the courage and strength to be an entrepreneur, but all spouses like to eat, so find someone who complements your skill set and strengths and who fuels your ambition. That should help. @Graham๐Ÿ Edwards you will like this post.
    Adel de Meyer
    14/12/2016 #8 Adel de Meyer
    #7 Great feedback, thank you Jan much appreciated! ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Jan ๐Ÿ Barbosa
    14/12/2016 #7 Jan ๐Ÿ Barbosa
    @Adel de Meyer sharing great content as always !!! ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ Great Article !!! ๐Ÿ‘
    Adel de Meyer
    14/12/2016 #6 Adel de Meyer
    #1 hahahaha you hit the nail on the head! I do have a very patient partner now, the beginning was tough!
    Adel de Meyer
    14/12/2016 #5 Adel de Meyer
    #2 Thank you, Great to be here! ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ™Œ
    Adel de Meyer
    14/12/2016 #4 Adel de Meyer
    #3 Thanks so much for the warm welcome! ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    14/12/2016 #3 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Aha...Seven sure, simple strategies for success!

    Welcome to the humming world of beBee! :)
    Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    14/12/2016 #2 Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    @Adel de Meyer welcome to beBee !
    Emily๐Ÿ Bee
    14/12/2016 #1 Emily๐Ÿ Bee
    Great article, but there's one missing: A resistant spouse. Not kidding. :-/
  6. CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    State of StartUps - First Round Capital 2016 Report - I love the layout and focus of this report - asks good questions and provides interesting responses from founders. - Found this via Alfredo Cunha
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    First Round State of Startups 2016
    stateofstartups.firstround.com State of Startups...
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    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    02/12/2016 #1 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    Hi @Tifany Rodio it might be worth reaching out to Alfredo Cunha. His gmail is listed in a startup directory https://www.startus.cc/people/alfredo_cunha - I could not find him on beBee. He is Brazilian, educated in Sรฃo Paulo and now works in Dublin, Ireland as a investment advisor/entrepreneur. It would be good to see someone like him on BeBee, so worth a try for you to see if you can connect with him and in doing so see if knows about beBee.
  7. CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    A new connection for me a.k.a. @Ross Campbell has interesting buzzes on entrepreneurship. While he also submits buzzes on social media (my orange learning hive), the wisdom that caught my eye is his thoughts around entrepreneurship and that in terms of my learning is the learning journey less traveled that I personally observe through my red learning hive. https://www.bebee.com/bee/ross-campbell?t=posts
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    Ross Campbell - beBee
    www.bebee.com Public profile of Ross Campbell on beBee. beBee is the only social affinity network specialized by sector. Join and get...
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    Ross Campbell
    02/12/2016 #2 Ross Campbell
    Thanks a lot for the buzz @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit :) Really appreciate your kind words and I can't wait to network with you here on beBee. Look forward to learning more about you and I'll check out your hives! Thanks again :)
    Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    02/12/2016 #1 Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    thanks for sharing @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit . I am already following @Ross Campbell :-)
  8. Laurent Boscherini
    ร‰variste Galois (French: [evaสist ษกaหˆlwa]; 25 October 1811 โ€“ 31 May 1832) was a French mathematician born in Bourg-la-Reine. While still in his teens, he was able to determine a necessary and sufficient condition for a polynomial to be solvable by radicals, thereby solving a problem standing for 350 years. His work laid the foundations for Galois theory and group theory, two major branches of abstract algebra, and the subfield of Galois connections. He died at age 20 from wounds suffered in a duel.

    Shorter video more educational !
    Galois: Biography of a Great Thinker
    Galois: Biography of a Great Thinker ร‰variste Galois was a great mathematician who led a short, tempestuous life. He made fundamental contributions to a number of fields in math, including...
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    Dean Owen
    26/10/2016 #2 Dean Owen
    A fascinating tragedy. I fondly recall using my short term memory to memorise the quadratic formula before an exam. I can't imagine how traumatised I would be to delve into cubic, let alone quartic equations.
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    26/10/2016 #1 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    If Galois Theory http://www.math3ma.com/mathema/2015/8/31/what-is-galois-theory-anyway is a difficult proposition for mathematicians, think what it is for ordinary mortals like us who have not even confronted math anxiety http://www.vocativ.com/229603/math-anxiety-phobia/
  9. ProducerKohei Kurihara

    Kohei Kurihara

    19/10/2016
    Marketing Case Study Panasonic 4
    Marketing Case Study Panasonic 4For building the brand strategy, all the philosophy of co-founders, core significant components. In particularly, whole their stories telling us the secret of the foundation on each brand. Each brand has their own story, and there driving of history...
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    Kohei Kurihara
    20/10/2016 #17 Kohei Kurihara
    #16 Pleasure. Thank you for your comment.
    Milos Djukic
    20/10/2016 #16 Anonymous
    #15 Thanks.
    Kohei Kurihara
    20/10/2016 #15 Kohei Kurihara
    #12 In terms of software, behind to the global trend, but listen, here is massive elders country, that means, evolving bunch of issues for assisting robotics, or other critic issues. On my prediction, we're one of the laboratory in the world, and human assistance technology will be rolling out in near future.
    Milos Djukic
    20/10/2016 #14 Anonymous
    #11 I think that this is the essence of Japanese spirit.
    Milos Djukic
    20/10/2016 #13 Anonymous
    #2 Great comment @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit. Thank you!
    Milos Djukic
    20/10/2016 #12 Anonymous
    #9 Than you @Kohei Kurihara. Technics comes back to life in Japan?
    Kohei Kurihara
    20/10/2016 #11 Kohei Kurihara
    #10 We're pleasure to succeed in the next generation, not only in Japan, but to the world!
    Milos Djukic
    20/10/2016 #10 Anonymous
    #6 Yes, @Kohei Kurihara, I have recognized his social influence.
    Kohei Kurihara
    20/10/2016 #9 Kohei Kurihara
    #2 Thank you for your feedback. Yes, after the WWโ…ก, almost ourselves in the crunch time to survive on the burnt ruins. Entrepreneurship lead the future flourish, people followed them to regain for the generation. I've talked with some predecessor, who ever undergone those days, they all energetically to create something as Japanese spirit!
    Milos Djukic
    20/10/2016 #8 Anonymous
    Kลnosuke Matsushita also known as the "god of management."

    "On April 27, 1989, at age 94!, Konosuke Matsushita, founder of Panasonic, departed the world he had changed so much."
    "Learn about the founder of Panasonic and how he developed his business into a leading global corporation" at panasonic.com
    http://www.panasonic.com/global/corporate/history/konosuke-matsushita.html
    Kohei Kurihara
    20/10/2016 #7 Kohei Kurihara
    #4 Thank you for shared! Would be pleasure foe your knowledge, and let me know if you have any further questions.
    Kohei Kurihara
    20/10/2016 #6 Kohei Kurihara
    #5 Yes, Konosuke Matsushita, contributed also to foster the future business, or honorable social person in Japan. The graduates of his school concerning Japanese politics, business or other center of our components. His history is reminded us to do for all the public!
    Milos Djukic
    20/10/2016 #5 Anonymous
    #1 @Kohei Kurihara, I love Technics brand. Technics is a brand name of the Panasonic Corporation for premium hi-fi audio products.

    And one of the best ever marketing slogan: Technics - "The Science of Sound".
    I often use this ultimate slogan in different versions: The Science of Knowledge, The Science of Silence, The Science of Fractals, The Science of Social Networking...

    Kลnosuke Matsushita (1894 โ€“ 1989) - Japanese industrialist who founded Panasonic.
    A great person deserve no less.
    "Matsushita Leadership" by John P. Kotte
    https://www.amazon.com/Matsushita-Leadership-John-P-Kotter/dp/068483460X

    cc. @John White, MBA
    John White, MBA
    19/10/2016 #4 John White, MBA
    Thank you for this most relevant post and presentation, @Kohei Kurihara. I have just tweeted it via my personal twitter account. I hope it will bring in some more readers from Twitter.
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    19/10/2016 #2 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    #1 I thank you very much Kohei for introducing this subject. This enables me to incorporate what I am reading into my own learning journey, and had I not touched upon this buzz, I would never have learned about the founder spirit and values of Konosuke Matsushita. http://www.panasonic.com/global/corporate/history/konosuke-matsushita.html

    I am a phenomenal advocate of founder values, that includes the values of the two founders of beBee e.g. @Juan Imaz and @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee - and if they look at the way Panasonic have laid out the history of their Founder - they can project in their own minds how that history may unfold for beBee but that an entrepreneurial path cannot be predicted today - but does flow from the original seeds of founder values.

    Founders like those of Toyota understood that to sustain their value, they would emulate the principles that Henry Ford utilized to finance the company through its profits. The founders of HP are cited as creating the HP Way (which today is credited as a human resources philosophy) but when we look at HP's 1966 objectives we can see that the HP Way was led by first focusing on creating contribution i.e.profit and then leveraging the business from that strength.

    Apple and Microsoft today carry massive cash reserves. They don't want to get caught in the trap of short-sighted lending policies. This is how these companies insulate themselves. Henry Ford discussed this back in 1926 in his classic called "Today and Tomorrow" http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/355407.Today_and_Tomorrow
    Kohei Kurihara
    19/10/2016 #1 Kohei Kurihara
    @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit Thank you for shared!
  10. ProducerGerald Hecht

    Gerald Hecht

    22/08/2016
    On The Behavioral Part of Behavioral Pharmacology
    On The Behavioral Part of Behavioral PharmacologyResearch DesignIndependent variable: drugDependent variable: behaviorBetween-subject designs: different subjects are the source of experimental controluses many subjectsexpensivefastgroup averagesdependent variable only measured onceWithin-subject...
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    Gerald Hecht
    16/02/2017 #17 Gerald Hecht
    #16 @Milos Djukic yes!
    Milos Djukic
    16/02/2017 #16 Anonymous
    #14 @Gerald Hecht I was not informed about that and i don't care. To be "above" is the art.
    "Do not disturb my circles" - Archimedes
    Gerald Hecht
    16/02/2017 #15 Gerald Hecht
    #13 @Milos Djukic ^ blanca (typo)
    Gerald Hecht
    16/02/2017 #14 Gerald Hecht
    #13 @Milos Djukic nope...especially when Ivanka is selling shaman shoes ๐Ÿ‘  directly out of Casa Blanka.
    Milos Djukic
    16/02/2017 #13 Anonymous
    #12 It's no easy task
    Gerald Hecht
    16/02/2017 #12 Gerald Hecht
    #11 @Milos Djukic just trying to keep the scythe (science) alive...
    Milos Djukic
    16/02/2017 #11 Anonymous
    #10 A must read by @Gerald Hecht.
    Gerald Hecht
    09/01/2017 #10 Gerald Hecht
    Thank you kindly for sharing @Milos Djukic!
    Gerald Hecht
    20/09/2016 #9 Gerald Hecht
    #1 @Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich I will send you a tears free pass to accompany me on a tour...a tour where you will see things that (at most) a few hundred others have been fortunate enough to see
    Gerald Hecht
    17/09/2016 #8 Gerald Hecht
    #7 @Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher Well federal regulations are funny things; sometimes "the Feds" don't bother send anyone out to regulate; like the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) version of regulating Bernie Nadoff
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    02/09/2016 #7 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    All so complicated, that is unless, someone like you is putting this all together on producer from your phone @Gerald Hecht?! You deserve a medal just for that. So drug testing goes through 4 stages? Are they fairly certain that the drug will be marketed by the time it hits phase 4? I heard phase 3 can take up to 3 years?
    Gerald Hecht
    23/08/2016 #6 Gerald Hecht
    #3 @Paul Walters the "On The "Pharmacology part of Behavioral Pharmacology" installment may be "worse" I fear, breathe up! Putting these things together...on producer...with a phone... has become my "boat in a bottle type disaster therapy"
    Gerald Hecht
    23/08/2016 #5 Gerald Hecht
    #1 @Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich definitely not here! I may be able to advise when we start getting dispatches from the outside again; the vet school at LSU has (probably had) a hyperbaric chamber; I would give myself sessions when it wasn't in use; always seemed invigorating (but this is anecdotal), like "dialysis for the brain"...
    Paul Walters
    23/08/2016 #4 Paul Walters
    Not enough Oxygen.....advisable !!!!!!!
    Paul Walters
    23/08/2016 #3 Paul Walters
    Hmmm @Gerald Hecht a ten minute intro to really , really hard equations ... I'm a little exhausted and @Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich methinks to read this an oxygenated brain would be advisible!
    Randy Keho
    22/08/2016 #2 Randy Keho
    Yeah, what he said.
    Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich
    22/08/2016 #1 Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich
    @Gerald Hecht, how on earth do you know how to give me another angle to keep synthesizing away at our current sticky wicket? As always, in the fullness of time - where would you send me to correlate brain waves with movement? Or with a fully oxygenated brain?
  11. ProducerJeffrey Strickland
    What Do Predictive Analytics Consultants Do? - Part 1
    What Do Predictive Analytics Consultants Do? - Part 1I am often asked about the kinds of Analytics I perform as a consultant to address the questions my clients pose. The โ€œreal questionโ€ behind this is: What kind of Analytics do I get to engage in? The focus of this article is on what kinds of things...
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    Lada ๐Ÿก Prkic
    13/08/2016 #6 Lada ๐Ÿก Prkic
    Very detailed and clear explanation, @Jeffrey Strickland. Have you experience with applications of big data and predictive analytics in the construction industry, e.g. some large construction project?
    Mickael Angelo Yusufidis
    12/08/2016 #5 Mickael Angelo Yusufidis
    Predictive analytics is our future.
    David B. Grinberg
    12/08/2016 #4 David B. Grinberg
    Nice buzz @Jeffrey Strickland. I shared in the "Scientists and Research" hive (18k bees), as I thought they would find it of interest. You're one smart guy, Jeff, not to mention a good writer! I hope to read more buzz from you on beBee.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    11/08/2016 #3 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    I'm not an analytics person but I'm sure many will find value in this great article by @Jeffrey Strickland
    Cyril Philip
    11/08/2016 #1 Anonymous
    Very nicely explained Jeffrey.
  12. ProducerJeffrey Strickland
    Marketing & Big Data: The Good the Bad and the Ugly (Redux)
    Marketing & Big Data: The Good the Bad and the Ugly (Redux)The temptation to form premature theories upon insufficient data is the bane of our profession.ย  ย  ย  ย  ย  โ€”Sherlock Holmes [1] Big Data is here, has been for some time, and will probably be here for some time to come. In the article, Iโ€™ll tackle...
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    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    13/08/2016 #2 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    I have a penchant for talking about 21st Century thinking and analytics for me is a great example of this, so I really welcome the quality of these buzz's because it is so much easier and even fashionable to talk about social media or leadership or even happiness, when the nitty gritty of everyday processes are being informed by the very thinking elucidated here. It might be popular to say correlation is not causation but to really understand that saying is another matter entirely. I am bit by bit gaining a better handled how to think analytically and statistically through each buzz I read from Jeffrey Strickland.
    John White, MBA
    13/08/2016 #1 John White, MBA
    @Jeffrey Strickland: You've covered a topic that is highly relevant for me. Thank you very much for a great read.
  13. CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    While looking through the interests of Dilba Balbi I found her interest in ZBB. What is ZBB? It turns out it is a really simple idea but one that I had not considered before - it is called Zero Cost Budgeting and it has been around for more than 50 years, had its moment in the 70's and now is beginning to revive as a business idea again.
    What is Zero-Based Budgeting (ZBB)?
    What is Zero-Based Budgeting (ZBB)? An introduction to the history and concept of Zero-Based Budgeting (ZBB) and how it conceptually differs from traditional budgeting...
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    DILMA BALBI -๐Ÿ“ƒ Engenharia&gestรฃo
    29/07/2016 #2 DILMA BALBI -๐Ÿ“ƒ Engenharia&gestรฃo
    #1 Yes! I found this method while I was searching for small business methods to financial planning. If you have no past to consider... you would start from ZBB ..it is not simple at all but the concept is interesting.. thanks
  14. ProducerJeffrey Strickland
    Why Data Analytics is like Soccer
    Why Data Analytics is like SoccerThere is no fully automated Data Science. You need to get your hands dirty. [1]Kamil BartochaI started playing soccer when I was in the 9th grade and continued to play for 32 years. I also coached three teams. My passion was goaltending (goalie),...
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    Donna-Luisa Eversley
    15/07/2016 #6 Donna-Luisa Eversley
    Success is really no accident, for it to be attained and sustained. Data analytics for me is a challenge, but I have found I know more today than I did a few years ago, and its because I'm never discouraged when faced with a challenge, and youtube can be a great teacher . Thanks for this @Jeffrey Strickland !
    John White, MBA
    14/07/2016 #5 John White, MBA
    @Jeffrey Strickland: Thanks for sharing your words of wisdom on beBee. We have promoted your post via our company Facebook and LinkedIn pages.
    debasish majumder
    14/07/2016 #4 debasish majumder
    Great post sir @Jeffrey Strickland. i always love to read your article. team work with certain duty to dispense is the key of success, along with clarity in understanding the duty required to be discharged. thank you for sharing the post sir.
    Laurent Boscherini
    14/07/2016 #3 Anonymous
    Thank you @Jeffrey Stricklandfor your amazing post. I am impressed how you insert Thelonious Monk in this Topic so far from Jazz, as a fractal winkle to @Milos Djukic.
    Michael Hillebrand
    14/07/2016 #2 Michael Hillebrand
    Excellent way to talk business through sports. Love it! Great job..
    Pascal Derrien
    14/07/2016 #1 Pascal Derrien
    Now you have found a way for me to understand analytics @Jeffrey Strickland :-)
  15. ProducerJavier ๐Ÿ beBee
    beBee will represent the EU in Silicon Valley as the "next EU unicorns"
    beBee will represent the EU in Silicon Valley as the "next EU unicorns"It's my pleasure to inform you that beBee has been selected in the top 15 EU scaleups! beBee will represent the EU in Silicon Valley as the "next EU unicorns"Startup Europe Comes to Silicon Valley (SEC2SV) is a mission that seeks to connect the dots...
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    Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    16/08/2016 #77 Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    #76 Thank you @Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams and it's working which makes me happy.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    16/08/2016 #76 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    #75 That's a great idea Franci!
    Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    16/08/2016 #75 Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    #74 Thank you for this @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee. This is a nice concise description that I can use for my WordPress followers. I have a weekly post on my blog called Tuesday Chatter. One of my features in Tuesday Chatter is "As the Honey Drizzles", which is about beBee. I have had some followers ask me to describe beBee and this is perfect.

    I am also an author for another blog, which is increasing my followers rapidly, as it creates a ping back to my blog. More exposure for beBee!! Yipbee! Make it a great day.
    Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    15/08/2016 #74 Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    For those who are asking me what is beBee :),...... beBee is about professional networking through personal interests and hobbies. Take golfers, for example. It is the same concept but applied to all professions and personal interests or hobbies. Personal interests generate much more professional engagement and better business opportunities."
    Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    09/08/2016 #73 Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    #71 we love to run with the big dogs :) we are thinner and faster.
    Steve Brady
    09/08/2016 #72 Steve Brady
    This is great news!
    James Bailey
    01/08/2016 #71 James Bailey
    Don't Bee scared to run with the big dogs, if you truly want to be a global hive.....just sayin'
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    07/07/2016 #70 malena dica
    que bien, felicidades
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    07/07/2016 #69 Amour Setter
    Congratulations!!!
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    29/06/2016 #68 Gerald Hecht
    Bee the Unicorn; stab people with your head!!!
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    28/06/2016 #67 Anonymous
    #65 Portuguese!! :)
    Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    28/06/2016 #66 Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    #63 And it takes no effort, as well. Great comment @Dean Owen!
    Antoine ๐Ÿ Prager
    28/06/2016 #65 Antoine ๐Ÿ Prager
    #63 absolutely @Dean Owen @Teresa Gezze @John White, MBA, and in different languages the news is published at least in English, French and Spanish!
    John White, MBA
    28/06/2016 #64 John White, MBA
    #63 @Dean Owen: You are a leader my friend!
    Dean Owen
    28/06/2016 #63 Dean Owen
    #62 Exactly Teresa. Not you guys, you are doing an amazing job. But us bees can really leverage our connections on other platforms to get beBee into the hearts and minds of millions. For us, clicking "Share" on LinkedIn/Facebook/Twitter really costs us nothing.
    Teresa Gezze
    28/06/2016 #62 Anonymous
    Hi @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee! I think what @Dean Owen meant to say is that ALL BEES should spread the buzz outside beBee! @Chema M. del Hoyo has it on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, so all the other bees on beBee have to get the word out there! :D
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    Chema M. del Hoyo
    28/06/2016 #59 Chema M. del Hoyo
    #49 I've just checked out our social media accounts and this is what I've found: https://twitter.com/beBee_EN/status/745623697705271296, a tweet from 6 days ago. You can also find the post on our LinkedIn profile, @Dean Owen
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    28/06/2016 #58 Aitor Garcรญa Gonzalez
    It is not rewarding to observe the unstoppable progression for a team in just one year? I am proud to be genuine, to be Bebee.@Chema M. del Hoyo @Federico ๐Ÿ รlvarez San Martรญn
  16. ProducerGert Scholtz

    Gert Scholtz

    06/07/2016
    Framing the Frame
    Framing the FrameJim Murray took my original clanky post on Framing, and reworked it to his flowing and superb style of narrative. Thank you Jim. Here is the reworked version: Behavioralย economics is the study of decision making in an economic and...
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    Rick Delmonico
    11/07/2016 #26 Rick Delmonico
    George Carlin would say "the glass is twice as big as it needs to be."
    Dean Owen
    11/07/2016 #25 Dean Owen
    I have to be honest, the original version has a better flow.
    Milos Djukic
    09/07/2016 #24 Anonymous
    You are welcome @Gert Scholtz and yes @Jim Murray is a really good.
    Gert Scholtz
    09/07/2016 #23 Gert Scholtz
    @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee @Irene Hackett @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit @Milos Djukic @Kevin Pashuk @Dean Owen @Sara Jacobovici Thank you for the shares on my post - now as edited by @Jim Murray. Thank you Jim!
    Gert Scholtz
    08/07/2016 #22 Gert Scholtz
    #21 @Phil Friedman Thank you for your detailed comments Phil. The way I look at it: The intrinsic value of a share, as based on asset value of the company and / or expected future cash flows, is a constant at the time of a share split and it would be illogical to ascribe a higher value based only on the intrinsic value at the time of the share split. However, a share split does result in the share being more tradeable and more liquid, and this may well result in an increase in perceived value. So yes, the reference in the article is not totally correct. Thanks for reading and have a great day!
    Phil Friedman
    07/07/2016 #21 Phil Friedman
    @Gert Scholtz, to my mind, this is a major problem in the behavioral sciences, including empirical economics. Namely, very simple rational analysis is often overlooked. To wit, you say, "In the most common form of share split, one share is replaced by two, each with halve the value of the original share, yet together still the same value. For example a share of $80 would split into two shares of $40 each. Often there is a perception of increased value created when companies split their shares. Yahoo announced their share split and the share price surged 16% the next day." There is nothing surprising or noteworthy about this. The mistake being made is in ASSUMING that the perceived value of a stock in as a share of something real, for example, the assets of the company. The fact is that nowadays the stock market is nothing more nor less than a parimutuel betting window. When a stock is split, everyone PERCEIVES that the total value of each pair of resulting shares is greater than the immediately prior value of a single pre-split share, NOT because they think the inherent value of the share has increased, but because they expect that post-split the shares will almost immediately begin to appreciate -- which is born out by the Yahoo example you give. That the author you refer to is simply mistaken when he implies that the perceived of the split shares accrue to the shares, when in fact, it accrues to the perceived greater potential for short term appreciation. Otherwise some good points covered and made. Nice piece, Thank you for sharing. Cheers!
    Sara Jacobovici
    07/07/2016 #20 Sara Jacobovici
    Thanks gentlemen (just in case you don't know who you are, I am referring to @Gert Scholtz, @Ken Boddie and @Kevin Pashuk) for making me smile a few times. I've never smiled and scrolled up at the same time before.
    Kevin Pashuk
    07/07/2016 #19 Kevin Pashuk
    #18 OK... you win with that one @Gert Scholtz
    Gert Scholtz
    07/07/2016 #18 Gert Scholtz
    @Ken Boddie @Kevin Pashuk The psychologist says to the glass: tell me how you feel about the engineer :)
    Kevin Pashuk
    07/07/2016 #17 Kevin Pashuk
    #16 and the opportunist takes the glass and drinks the contents while the other three are arguing.
    Ken Boddie
    07/07/2016 #16 Ken Boddie
    OK @Gert Scholtz and @Kevin Pashuk, since we're on the subjects of psychology, marketing and engineers, let's look at how we can psycho-analyse a glass of water.
    The optimist says it's half full, the pessimist says it's half empty, and the engineer says it's twice the size for which it should have been designed. ๐Ÿค“
    Kevin Pashuk
    07/07/2016 #15 Kevin Pashuk
    #13 Pyscho engineers @Ken Boddie? Never met one... although a few have tried to pass themselves off as civil...
    Gert Scholtz
    07/07/2016 #14 Gert Scholtz
    @Ken Boddie @Irene Hackett So even engineers have a marketing side! And they play mind games as Irene said? NO! :) Thank Ken for the extra "angle" on the buzz. Thanks for reading and commenting Irene.
    Ken Boddie
    07/07/2016 #13 Ken Boddie
    Interesting 'psychonomical' precis, @Gert Scholtz. Engineers have been designing road pavements on a similar principle for decades. Pavements, for example, all fail, due to repeat loading and associated material fatigue or differential strain accumulation. This is unfortunately inevitable and all pavements have a finite life, estimated as part of the design process, after which they will require some form of remediation or reconstruction. This concept is invariably sold positively, whereby designing on a 95 percentile basis (rather than say 90 percentile or 80 percentile) is most often described as a 95% chance of exceeding the estimated design life, rather than a 5% chance that failure will occur before the anticipated design life. Perhaps this might also explain why there are so many psycho engineers running around out there? ๐Ÿ˜ฐ
    Gert Scholtz
    07/07/2016 #11 Gert Scholtz
    @Dean Owen Thank you Dean. Always good to have your comments and shares my friend!
    Brian McKenzie
    07/07/2016 #10 Brian McKenzie
    #9 I specialize in breaking things. I will subvert, overthrow, derail and destroy - just like the enemy will - because I don't play by your 'rules' nor do I abide by the sunny pedantic optimism.... and I have been right on too many counts to be ignored..... One time I helped overthrow South Korea in a war game...... because that is what the enemy would do...... there were more than a few pissed off and embarrassed O-5's and O-6's on that one. (Luckily the Admiral loved it)
    Gert Scholtz
    07/07/2016 #9 Gert Scholtz
    #4 Thanks for reading and commenting Brian. Spotting the upside in the downside sums up your approach?
    Gert Scholtz
    07/07/2016 #8 Gert Scholtz
    @Savvy Raj Thank you Savvy - I like your phrase: fodder for thought.
    Sara Jacobovici
    07/07/2016 #7 Sara Jacobovici
    @Gert Scholtz makes a lot of sense here. An important read.
    Sara Jacobovici
    07/07/2016 #6 Sara Jacobovici
    Great Buzz @Gert Scholtz. Makes a lot of "sense"; how you see things depends on how you hear things.
  17. CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    Brexit and the rest: it all adds up - Henry Mintzberg discusses imbalance in society
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    Brexit and the rest: it all adds up | Henry Mintzberg
    www.mintzberg.org
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    Statistical Thinking
    Statistical ThinkingIt is difficult enough to be bamboozled by statistics and left empty headed by statistical process, without realizing that the real value of statistics is to think statistically.ย ย  Before I can even begin to think mathematically, I need to pursue...
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