Tag: sociology

Accountable Supervision

Leadership

Leadership values are not only confined to the running of a political campaign, party or country for that matter, however, like in any venture that has an objective and deals with human beings – it forms the backbone of a successful any business. Consequently, what leaders such as CEO of Tesla Elon Musk, for example,

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Can’t Get No Satisfaction

In economic terminology, the term “utility” has not much to do with multifunctionality nor completing specific useful tasks. It does in context, relate to the level of satisfaction or “completeness/contentment” one derives from the consumption of a product or service. For example, there is only so much pizza one can eat before feeling ill from

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Criminal mindedness

One fundamental and often ignored view within economics is that humans have the propensity to display irrational behaviour in the decision-making processes. Based on this notion, one can conclude that we have a fundamental tendency to act corruptly and be generally criminally-inclined except maybe the virtuous few. One can further infer that how advanced an

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Sustainability – the greatest farce?

  We exist not to exist. Now, what does that really mean? Well, in simple terms, it means we are born to die. As grim as this unwanted reality sounds, it is the basis of why people do what they do and behave the way they do. Some live to enjoy that short moment and

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