To be happy is the ultimate goal of our lives; happiness is fundamental for our growth and survival. However, things have changed in our modern life. We prefer to do things which are expected from us rather than the things which make us happy. Why there is such an unwanted shift? Why are we inundated… Read More »
HR is not relevant anymore; not as it currently stands and operates. To paraphrase a quote by Winston Churchill, “HR is a riddle, wrapped in incompetence, inside a dysfunction; but perhaps there is a key. The key is the self interests of the C-suite executives.” HR has lost its touch, the human-touch. Therefore, to regain its lost importance and rise… Read More »
Sumit Singh introduces us to “english spoken classes for starters or beginners in bihar.” He shares with us “…something about spoken English… and knowing different different type of techniques to introduce ourselves.” He talks about how “…lots of peoples today having a different different techniques to represent themselves.” He mentions that not introducing yourself properly “…will… Read More »
Politicians and bureaucrats rarely like to hear candid opinions, and it seems being candid in various fora could be the reason Mr. Raghuram Rajan has been catching a lot of flak lately. It may also be the reason he gets removed from his position as the 23rd Governor of RBI. It also looks like somebody does not… Read More »
Before I delve into this matter any further and address my questions to Mr. Raju Kumar Sahu (and his handlers), let me issue a specific disclaimer about this blog post—We at Omygdala dislike all politicians and political parties equally. It doesn’t matter if it is Congress or BJP or AAP or JDU or JD or CPI or… Read More »
The Movie The Great Dictator is a movie by Charlie Chaplin. It was released in 1940 and was nominated for five Academy Awards. The movie, a political satire, was Chaplin’s most successful commercial venture; it is still popular today and has been critically acclaimed by the modern-day critics. The Speech In the movie, the character… Read More »
How many leaders—business, political and otherwise—are wearing “masks” to hide their true self? It seems that the world is full of people who claim to be leaders, but are faux leaders or, worse, no leader at all. Throughout history many powerful leaders who wielded absolute authority have used that authority to betray, manipulate, lie to and hoodwink the masses, to further their selfish agendas. It seems there are many sociopaths in leadership roles worldwide. Although, human history is replete with examples of destruction being wrought by faux leaders or false prophets, we the people are none the wiser about their hidden agenda. We remain divided over petty differences and continue to genuflect at the altar of these destructive individuals, and they continue to exploit us all. This cannot continue; a reboot is needed to usher in a new tomorrow, but the question is—How?