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Harvard IAT – How to Beat It and Why Bother – Part I

  Bias The field/profession of “Diversity” has been taking a beating for a while now. Despite its continued and increasing presence in the business community, the pecuniary value and benefit of Diversity interventions remain in serious question. Not that it wasn’t a fine idea a half century ago as the vague concepts of “valuing differences” began to....
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Phantom Vibration Syndrome – UPDATE

CELLPH07 At the beginning of this century, during a business lunch an associates began to rise and excuse himself to answer his cell phone, courteously set to ‘vibrate.’  He deftly slid the phone from its holster, flipped it open to view the incoming number, only to freeze halfway out of his seat. He hovered for a split second....
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