Applying Organizational Behavior Concepts to Teacher Training in Developing Countries

As the developed world quickly expands in size and technology, developing populations are falling behind in basic needs, such as education. A higher quality and more focused type of education is critically needed for these populations in order “to manage the meager resources under their control” and “to create opportunities for securing a livelihood or … Continue reading Applying Organizational Behavior Concepts to Teacher Training in Developing Countries

Analyzing Education in a Human World

Cameroon suffers from plights aplenty. If we consider each one, whether it be a shortage of clean water or inadequate transportation solutions, generations of improvements would stand on one foundational difficulty: insufficient education. Whereas in many developed countries where basic human rights are often satisfied, education can still be improved upon and often is needed. … Continue reading Analyzing Education in a Human World

Renaissance Manager: Teaching the World How to Teach Fishing

Renaissance Manager, noun : A leader who studies and incorporates as many aspects of life as needed to effective inspire others to be leaders -- When Erik Spoelstra arrived for practice during the 2015-2016 season with the Miami Heat basketball team, it never occurs to him that he needed to convince Dwayne Wade to come … Continue reading Renaissance Manager: Teaching the World How to Teach Fishing