“The video clip ‘Guitar’ was first posted on YouTube in April 2007. It features a man, Peter Nalitch, singing a song with some basic lyrics – in a tastily ‘corrupted’ form of English – while dancing in and around an old Kopeika car (a legendary Soviet analogue of the people’s car: the Lada 12004) and […]
Despite many decades (or some might say centuries) of concerted scholarly effort towards answering the question ‘What is intelligence?’ there still isn’t an answer that everyone can agree on. Perhaps then, the time has come to tackle the problem from another direction and ask instead ‘What is stupid(ity)?’ ? A team of researchers from the […]
The Windows® NTFS disk filing system was first introduced in 1993, but despite its undoubted sophistication, not everyone is convinced that it is perfectly tuned for all possible eventualities. Prompting Dr. Fanglu Guo and Dr. Tzi-cker Chiueh from Symantec Research. Laboratories, Culver City, USA to develop their DAFT disk operating system. A comprehensive description of […]
The Daft (Professor Richard. L. Daft of Vanderbilt University) celebration continues. Today, a deft Daft look at a tentative exploration into equivocality: “A Tentative Exploration into the Amount and Equivocality of Information Processed in Organizational Work-Units,” Richard L. Daft and Norman Macintosh, Administrative Science Quarterly, vol. 26, June 1981, pp. 207-224.
The Daft (Professor Richard. L. Daft of Vanderbilt University) celebration continues. Today, a deft Daft look at leadership: “Leadership Style,” R.L. Daft, International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Stuart Clegg and James Bailey, eds., Sage Publications, 2008.
Today we celebrate the recommendations of Professor Richard. L. Daft of Vanderbilt University. His most emphatic recommendation: “Why I Recommend That Your Manuscript Be Rejected, and What You Can Do About It,” Richard L. Daft, in Publishing in the Organizational Sciences, Larry L. Cummings and Peter J. Frost (editors), Sage Publications, 1995.