Positron emission tomography – magnetic resonance imaging (PET-MRI) can be considered as a hybrid imaging technology that includes MRI soft tissue morphological imaging and positron emission tomography functional imaging.
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There are more avenues to helping a leader realise they need to change to create psychological safety than I shared in my blog last week. While showing them what was happening is a good start, you also need to make sure they understand what they can have if they make changes. That is, answer the question “What’s In It For Me?” (WIIFM).
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Product managers, marketers, and designers are often confused as to what they should do to increase the chances of customers’ engagement and uptake of their offering. Changing individuals’ behavior to enhance engagement, productivity, innovation, and happiness isn’t straightforward.
It takes a…Continue
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Now that Risk Practitioners are finally catching on to Risk Culture and Risk Culture Building (…..way after my first article on People Risk in the old GARP Risk Review Journal back in 2004), we suddenly find a whole bunch of Risk Culture “Experts” talking absolute garbage when it comes to the doing this thing.
Let us get the basics right:
Basics No 1: Governance structure: Firstly, the reporting…Continue
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Source: MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW
Leaders need to examine their core beliefs if they want to prosper in a COVID-19 world.…
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Outsourcing has developed the most renowned business trends recently due to its rising profile as a management strategy for improving productivity in the management of resources. To decrease cost and enhance the nature of their recruitment cycle, numerous organizations transfer part or entire of their recruitment process to outer services providers known as recruitment process outsourcing (RPO).…Continue
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The Coronavirus outbreak that hit us earlier in the year increased into a pandemic that affected practically every country in the world. As a result, countries had to go into lockdown to prevent the spread of it further. Keeping healthy during these times have been vital, as countries continue to come in and out of lockdowns to prevent any further spread and enclose the virus as safe as possible.
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Last week I wrote about Kate and her experience of “psychological warfare” which is a culture where psychological safety does not exist. Upon reflection, Kate realised that while she created psychological safety for her team she did not create it for herself. So when she spoke up, her boss and others on the executive felt threatened and reacted with…Continue
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The single most pressing challenge for an organization in this knowledge economy is attracting and retaining talented people. This can be a make or break challenge for the organization and warrants careful consideration during Strategic Planning.
Starting on the right foot is absolutely…Continue
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With the purpose of developing better strategies to identify hidden risks and building better products, web data extraction can help to transform data into a structured format that can assist businesses in making key decisions in today’s ever-changing…
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Mediocre people occupying senior leadership positions is one of the chief reasons for the fiasco and humiliation that organizations like Enron and WorldCom faced. The practice of recruiting average people at the top is omnipresent and often goes unnoticed until the results begin to surface, which is typically too late for any intervention.
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Mediocre people occupying senior Leadership positions is one of the chief reasons for the fiasco and humiliation that organizations like Enron and WorldCom faced. The practice of recruiting average people at the top is omnipresent and often goes unnoticed until the results begin to surface, which is…Continue
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There is no doubt that traditional banking, both in Latin America and in the rest of the world, has played an important role in credit risk management. However, implementation and performance models have lagged behind the application of new, more effective technologies. While fintech and online companies process loans without collateral, requesting few documents and in five minutes, banks are still adapting to this reality. For these financial institutions should move quickly…Continue
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As there is an increase in money transaction activities. It has been observed that in past few years, instances of money laundering have been increased. These incidences have become very challenging for finance sectors and financial institutions. This has resulted in the augmented adoption of anti-laundering software. The accelerating number of cultured cyber-attacks have raised the concerns of significant losses in a number of industries and organization. It is the need of the hour to adopt…Continue
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Aniline (C6H5NH2) is yellow to brownish oily liquid possessing a musty fishy odor. Aniline consists of an amino group attached to a phenyl group and is the prototypical aromatic amine. Aniline is used as a precursor while producing a wide variety of products such as polyurethane foam,…Continue
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