Weekly Reports

September 18, 2019

Weekly Report 19-39

  • HOW BIG A ROLE DOES MEDIA PLAY IN ENCOURAGING COPYCAT MASS SHOOTINGS? Police officers and media outlets are belatedly but “increasingly choosing to downplay the identities of perpetrators to avoid potentially inspiring others to carry out similar atrocities… since publishing... Continue
  • September 12, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-38

  • LEADING AND MANAGING MILLENNIALS EFFECTIVELY has become a major challenge for companies and organizations. Surveys suggest that up to a third of millennials contend they experience work-related anxiety – at least double the level attributable to older generations. “The behavior... Continue
  • September 6, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-37

  • ‘SWOT’ ANALYSIS RELATES TO AN ORGANIZATION’S INTERNAL STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES, AND ITS EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES & THREATS, which synthesize into a reality-based Strategic Plan. In today’s business climate, looking at the Strengths & Weakness of competitors and potential competitors has also... Continue
  • August 29, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-36

  • “EMPLOYEES ALWAYS TAKE THEIR CUES FROM LEADERS’ OWN BEHAVIOR.” The biggest single barrier to ‘change’ in a business environment is that people maintain “self-serving bias and tiptoe around their own egos,” interpreting events in a manner, overestimating how much they... Continue
  • August 29, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-35

  • ANOTHER SCAM ALERT: RISKS IN SENDING YOUR CELLPHONE NUMBER ONLINE. “As the string of digits has increasingly become connected to apps and online services that are hooked into our personal lives, it can lead to info from our offline worlds,... Continue