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The Literal Art of Business


A whole new meaning to proofing in the office.


Managing the Dunning-Kruger Effect will benefit our relationship with others.


Keeping up with the cashless initiative.


Apart from seat-choping, there can be many other sources of the lunch hour stress.


So which phase are you currently in? Merry Christmas!


Healthy relationships start with mutual respect – respecting each other’s physical, emotional and digital boundaries.


The plastic bags that we use everyday can take up to 1000 years to decompose!

#GotCandy ?

“Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, no job is too big, no fee is too big!”

Dr. Peter Venkman


Not all late-sittings in the office stem from workload.

Crush Parkinson’s Law by rewarding based on productivity and performances instead.


The sheer complexity of human value systems makes it challenging to make AI’s motivations human-friendly.


Don’t let the fear of missing out distract you from your life’s purpose entirely.


(noun) Anchor: The initial piece of information shared which influences “better” decision making.


IoT in the office can save more than the office plants.


Our secrets to data analytics … Not!


At the end of the day, your customers’ opinions still matter more.

Each Click Gives Us a Warm Fuzzy Feeling!