Impulsivity and entrepreneurial behavior

Entrepreneurial behavior is often depicted as results of calculated rational action and seen to arise from a reasoned, judgement of a strategic high IQ genius . An alternative model i.e., an unreasoned, impulse-driven pathway remains to be empirically explored. A recent paper "Impulsivity and entrepreneurial behaviour: Exploring an unreasoned pathway" by Michael L Pietersen and … Continue reading Impulsivity and entrepreneurial behavior

Learning in Chaos

Recently, Dr Michael Ryan, the Chief Executive Director of the WHO Health Emergencies Program provided some practical tips on dealing with the Chaos of Corona in a press brief. I felt a strong need to share it because it provided some deep insights regarding the variable nature of Learning and decision making. (depending upon the … Continue reading Learning in Chaos