archive-title Yearly Archives: 2020

Yearly Archives: 2020

Play As A Right For All Children: From K Through 16 | Gina Miele & Debbie Piescor | [email protected]

Uninterrupted time for free play is essential to developing critical thinkers, problem solvers, and intellectually flexible learners. Journey along with educators Gina Miele and Debbie Piescor as they explore the concept of rebuilding the bridge of critical thinking and problem solving from nursery age to university level. Filmed on May 30, 2019. Dr. Gina M. […]

Success is an over-rated syndrome | Kirat Damani | TEDxIIMSirmaur

Mr. Kirat Damani told the story of his journey of being a cricketer, a solicitor, recovering from an autoimmune disease, to what he is now. He professed that relating happiness to success is irrelevant and that we derive joy and peace in perpetuity through what we do. Mr. Kirat Damani is the Managing Partner of […]

How Work from Home is Pushing the Boundaries of Privacy Again

With more people working from home, business and personal lives are getting merged more than ever. This trend is also pushing the boundaries of what level of privacy can be expected by employees and consumers in this new work environment. On the Small Business Radio Show this week, Zoho’s Chief Evangelist, Raju Vegesna discusses how […]

3 Scenarios for How the Pandemic Could Change U.S. Health Care

Executive Summary There are three scenarios for how the pandemic in the United States will unfold. A dream case in which everything goes as well as could reasonably be expected. A catastrophic case in which everything goes badly. And a middle case in which some things go well, but others don’t. But all scenarios would […]