The relevance of a thesis for a master class in post-graduate education

It’s quite interesting to see that more and more master classes in post graduate education chose not to “impose” a thesis subject on their students. We’ve moved away from it in the context of the Master class Internal Audit at the Antwerp Management School as well. But in retrospect, I’m absolutely convinced we shouldn’t have. … Continue reading The relevance of a thesis for a master class in post-graduate education

The difference between a millionaire and a billionaire

When discussing equality and the 1% versus the 99%, the discussion often turns to the billionaire and what a billionaire represents. I’ve always considered, and still do, a millionaire to be a rich person. And a billionaire an even richer person. But do we actually completely understand the difference between rich and even richer? We … Continue reading The difference between a millionaire and a billionaire

Manage how you feel (Twitter Masterclass)

There are many ways to make yourself feel miserable. Watching the news or following the wrong people on Twitter may do the trick, pushing you into a spiral of negative feelings. But you are defined by the people you surround yourself with. That includes the people you surround yourself with via your social media accounts. … Continue reading Manage how you feel (Twitter Masterclass)

Our attention span

Short one today, working on a longer article on coercive versus directive policies, but this tweet is something to consider. A teacher had her class log all the social media and other notifications their devices sent them during one single period. Think about what we are exposing ourselves to. Here it is again, that link.