Leadership in any global context has at least one common thread: trust. Any world culture is built on dynamics shared by a collection of individuals based on trust of one another, (Schein, 2010) which is a fundamental factor for cooperation between people. 406 more words
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The University of Massachusetts has reversed its policy and will admit Iranians into its engineering and science programs.
On its website Wednesday, UMass “announced that it will accept Iranian students into science and engineering programs, developing individualized study plans to meet the requirements of federal sanctions law and address the impact on students. 23 more words
The world’s biggest film market, the Cannes Film Market is dramatically upping the ante on its new digital revolution film forum Next, in response to market demand. 354 more words
Think of the two greatest animation achievements in history least likely to go together, and you might come up with an incongruous mishmash of The Simpsons… 296 more words
IT’S THAT TYME AGAIN FOR ME! And I absolutely love this part of the process. That is, the MAGAZINE LAYOUT PROCESS… Our Spring 2015 Issue is slated to release the first week of April and I truly enjoy the BUILDING, CREATING and SLAYING of this particular dragon. 108 more words
ROME – Silvio Berlusconi’s Mediaset has fired a “spoiler salvo” against Rupert Murdoch’s Sky in Italy by allegedly revealing the winner of the MasterChef finale that will air tomorrow on Sky’s Sky Uno channel, sparking tensions between the two broadcasters. 252 more words