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such as energy sustainability or global warming Our old ways of solving problems are
becoming obsolete and due to the increasing complexity of our needs and the problems our lifestyle generates it is necessary now to take a holistic
approach to problem solving we’re here defining a new term
interdisciplinaryty or more specifically interdisciplinary thinking but what does that mean? well, interdisciplinarity is the
collaboration between different disciplines or areas of the study to achieve innovative solutions during the
creation process Although the creation process is not linear,
we will assume here that it has four different stages since they have
different characteristics and also a different approach to interdisciplinarity These stages are: research, concept, evaluation, and implementation The research methodology can take many
different shapes but it is always bonded to the increase of knowledge of the
subject. The concept stage is where we use divergent thinking. We set free our minds to come up with as many crazy ideas as
possible to later turn them into innovative solutions or innovative ways of using old solutions The evaluation studies the
feasibility and narrows down the possibilities using convergent thinking the implementation is to take action and
put into operation the product or service Here we need the specialists to develop
the outcome although still well organised, they can work more independently. The evaluation process has traditionally been
a multidisciplinary task Now, it is during the research and concept stages where innovation is born, and therefore where the different perspectives of the different disciplines are gaining more importance It is here when inter-disciplinary thinking comes into action Let’s now think of different disciplines
carrying out their work independently they find a problem and they use the tools
they have to solve it. But that is not enough Usually projects are not only related
just to one area of study They can be analysed from the perspective of
different disciplines Let’s now imagine the outcome as a jigsaw created by the input of the different areas related to the project if they’re working independently they can
only see the information related to their piece of work That can have two negative effects in the
process. It the pieces of work cannot be joint It is a waste of time. On the opposite hand, if their results are too similar, it’s a waste of resources If we get them to think all together from
the beginning it will be easier to think of the project as a whole and to be more precise handling the
resources and information during the process For all those reasons, it is now time to work towards that interdisciplinary collaboration and find out the way to make it effective. It is necessary to develop a solid
platform to enable this process the first to step for that is to identify the barriers that
can come up during this sort of practices Some of those difficulties are very
similar to general teamwork obstacles whereas others are more specific to inter-disciplinarity In first place, it is important to be
aware of the fact that collaboration always happens between people therefore good communication and understanding are vital for its success Gathering different disciplines implies
to bring together different perspectives and when people feel strong about their
ideas it’s easy to pass from discussion to argument Therefore, it is very important that all
the members take an open-minded and respectful approached a discussion. But that doesn’t always happen. If the
communication is not channelled there will always be negative comments such as “that wouldn’t work” or “we don’t do it that
way” There will be people molopolising the
conversation and trying to impose their ideas Sometimes, two professionals can argue even
saying the same or a professional might not participate
just because he does not feel in control of the subject and is afraid of the others’ reaction to his ‘ignorance’ listening to others, sometimes, seems to be really difficult and it is then when parallel conversations start to take place or they can even leave the discussion,
mentally or even physically In order to assure the good
progress of the dialogue it is necessary the presence of an enabler: “a person
who can channel that communication” Apart from this enabler at the
discussion table during the research and concept stages. All the members and their inputs are at the same level. All of them are equals But carrying out a project does not only rely on thinking together It would be naive to believe that at the evaluation stage all the disciplines will have the same weight. There are two main aspects of the team
to be established the member’s contribution their roles
within the team People need to know what they’re meant
to do, how, who with, what for? If those roles are not well distributed
people tend to disperse their efforts and lose track. The group might eventually
achieve the result but it will definitely entail a waste of resources The lack of understanding in the contribution to be played is a common cause of failure in interdisciplinary
collaboration For instance to believe that our input
it will have a bigger impact on the outcome that it will actually have can damage the progress of the project
and usually leads to frustration and unnecessary competitiveness All the members of the team are
individuals with their own background, goals, motivations and agenda and it is important to identify what
everyone expects to achieve with their participation in the project as well as to assure that those reasons
fit into the global aims of the job In a big project, it might happen
that one discipline is subordinated to the main domain being used mostly as a tool, and without
much voice in the over-all project If this is not settled down from the
beginning it is probable to end up losing that collaboration Another obstacle for the good dynamics of the team is the discrepancy between self-perception and external
perception we take for granted that the people
around us see and understand our actions as we do they can like it or not, but they see
the same we do but unfortunately that is not always the
case and that difference of perception can bring confusion and serious
misunderstandings but we found out something very
interesting in our research and it is that the team actually has a
very solid opinion about the rest of the members If you ask individually to the members
of the team the personal and professional qualities of the rest of their colleagues they will have a very similar opinions about their teammates That leads to think that the team
perception is right whether that opinion matches with the self-perception or not But why does that discrepancy happen?
Well we can find several reasons for this fact. In first place it might happen that the self-perception is just wrong, and our idea of how our behaviour does not match reality It might also happen that our view of ourselves is based on a previous experience which wasn’t shared with
the rest of the members and therefore they cannot to use that
information to form their judgement finally it is also possible that our reasoning is not coming across and people cannot work out the motivation
of our actions. That’s why providing a framework for a feedback is so important To finalise, just to say that
interdisciplinary thinking as a business strategy has a great
potential It is actually becoming a need because
of the new challenges that our world present and the obsolete way of problem
solving we still use. It is the best path to innovation and it can help us to save time and resources It can be used in any sort of project, and in any sort of field, as long as it is necessary to think It is to be used at the beginning of the
process, in the research and concept stages. Interdisciplinarity is a team activity
and as we have seen the communication and understanding are essential as well as a good coordination of the roles and contributions of the different areas We have also stated the importance of
providing feedback for the improvement of the team dynamics Otherwise it has been also mentioned the
need of an enabler to channel that interaction between the team Finally, it is worth to point out that
interdisciplinarity is a great opportunity for designers Design is one of the areas of study focused on provoking creativity and specialized in the thinking process. Otherwise it is also an area based on collaboration with a long experience in
Facebook has responded to over a hundred companies that have pulled ads from the social network in the past week. The ad boycott is an effort by some of the nation’s most prominent brands, including Coca-Cola and Verizon, to compel Facebook to update its policy regarding hate speech. Facebook has now announced a first step in addressing the issue. New restrictions will ban any ad that implies hate speech or propagates false information about voting.
The Anti-Defamation League, Color of Change, the NAACP, and other civil rights organizations launched a boycott on Facebook ads for the month of July. In a little over a week, the cause gained broad traction, attracting over a hundred of the nation’s foremost companies. Facebook is now trying to heed the call to limit the spread of hate speech and misinformation.
But Facebook’s new policy only extends to advertisements. No personal posts will be censored, a concession to those who feared Facebook would try to limit free speech.
The updated policy will prohibit “claims that people from a specific race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, caste, sexual orientation, gender identity or immigration status are a threat to the physical safety, health or survival of others.” Further regulations will combat ads that convey negative sentiments about immigrants and refugees.
The new restrictions will also tackle the spread of misinformation. This includes inaccurate reporting about the coronavirus pandemic, pro-justice protests, and voting information. In the interest of public awareness, the platform will label posts that can’t be verified. Furthermore, any post that discusses voting will be flagged with a link to Facebook’s voting information center.
“Facebook stands for giving people a voice, and that especially means people who have previously not had as much voice, or as much power to share their own experiences,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a lengthy post. He hopes that his company’s efforts would enable users to “ultimately use their voice where it matters most — voting.” Zuckerberg cited the upcoming election and current civil rights movements as motivators for the change.
The world’s largest social media company, which also owns and operates Instagram, has long been accused of dismissing criticism. But Facebook makes about 98% of its profit from advertisers. As a result, the boycott has intensified the pressure to address the spread of hateful or misleading information.
Still, Zuckerberg credits Facebook’s “civil rights auditors,” Laura W. Murphy and Megan Cacace, for shaping the policy update. Additionally, he says that the many of the changes “come directly from feedback from the civil rights community.”
Verizon has joined a growing list of companies pulling advertisements from Facebook. The boycott will span the month of July, in an effort to pressure the social media juggernaut to revise its hate speech policy.
Verizon Joins the Movement
Verizon now joins a growing alliance of companies boycotting Facebook and its subsidiary, Instagram. Recently, outdoor apparel brand Eddie Bauer pledged its commitment to the boycott, as did ice cream brand Ben & Jerry’s. Earlier this month, the founders of the Vermont-based creamery were arrested at a Black Lives Matter protest.
Also among the nearly 100 companies joining the boycott are North Face, Patagonia, Modzilla, REI, and Unilever.
A Cause to Fight Misinformation
The boycott is the result of the #StopHateForProfit campaign. Among the campaign’s organizers are civil rights groups like the NAACP, Color of Change, the Anti-Defamation League, Free Press, Sleeping Giants, and Commons Sense. The movement began just over a week ago.
The campaign is an effort, launched by the Anti-Defamation League, to censure misleading comments by President Trump. Trump has joined other far-right voices in spreading misleading information and hate speech on the world’s largest social network. But unlike Twitter, which has removed doctored videos and tagged certain misleading tweets propagated by President Trump, Facebook has hesitated to respond. Founder and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg has faced criticism from both inside and outside his company by people who deem his inaction troubling.
Still, as the general election nears, misinformation on Facebook could present a threat. Fake news campaigns had a tangible effect on the 2016 election. Moreover, as the global pandemic, its ensuing financial crisis and national protests continue to dominate the news cycle, authentic, dependable information is critical. Facebook’s hesitance to remove misleading information is not a neutral position.
John Nitti, Verizon’s Chief Media Officer, said in a statement:
“We have strict content policies in place and have zero tolerance when they are breached, we take action…We’re pausing our advertising until Facebook can create an acceptable solution that makes us comfortable and is consistent with what we’ve done with YouTube and other partners.”
Carolyn Everson, Vice President of Facebook’s Global Business Group, said in her statement:
“We respect any brand’s decision, and remain focused on the important work of removing hate speech and providing critical voting information. Our conversations with marketers and civil rights organizations are about how, together, we can be a force for good.”
Accordingly, Facebook has announced some changes since Verizon’s announcement. The company is banning advertisements that could lead to any racial or religious division. The pressure is having an effect.
Gone are the days when a sales representative had to visit the prospective clients to inform about the benefits of products or services. With the help of Internet, the functions and advantages of the products can be easily demonstrated to the potential customers. Therefore, more and more companies are creating and using online demos to increase their sales and reducing the operational costs.
With the introduction of online demos, sales cycles have become shorter and hassle-free. Moreover, these demos enable business organisations to expand their operations beyond geographical borders. The best advantage of using this technology is that it allows users to share desktop, which results in convenient transfer of files. Participants can also use whiteboard in order to interact with each other conveniently. Using whiteboard, they make sure that the actions on desktop are visible to the entire group on either side.
Since the technology is evolving rapidly, the Internet demonstrations are becoming more and more productive. And when it comes to country like Singapore, the online presentations are even more useful as most of the business organisations in the nation prefer online meetings.
There are numerous organisations in Singapore that rely on web conferencing for demonstrating their products and services to their geographically spread clients. Through online demos, the local companies, besides presenting their existing range, can provide a glimpse of their upcoming offerings.
Singapore is a hub of numerous multinationals and the internet presentations are a huge success in this country. The main reason behind this success is that online demos consume less time as compared to in-person meetings. Though several airports, railways lines and highways are being constructed, travelling takes a lot of time while fulfilling airport, check-in and Visa formalities. Therefore, online demonstrations seem to be the best option for all those companies which are willing to increase their revenue while spending less time on travelling.
There are various CSPs providing reliable and cost-effective services for hosting online demonstrations. These service providers employ latest equipment to help demonstrate products’ features in 2D as well as 3D mode. Moreover, they provide support throughout the meeting and ensure that the host does not come across any trouble while describing the functionalities of products. Since there are various service providers, it is a bit difficult to find a trustworthy vendor. In this case, a thorough market research can be conducted to narrow down the search for a credible CSP. The market research also helps in selecting a CSP that offers best services at reasonable prices.
Video calling for businesses has come a long way. It is no more an expensive system in a large conference room, which needs IT personnel at every step. In fact, today companies large and small are adapting video as part of their day to day operations.
Here are top benefits of video conferencing for HR professionals-
1. Job interviews – Group video calling, better known as video conferencing is one of the best technologies HR can use to attract, retain and develop millennial employees. As per Redshift’s research, a majority of HR professionals use video calls as a preferred method of communication, more than emails and phone calls. The survey tells that video interviews are as good as in person interviews, and beats phone calls when it comes to making good hiring decisions. Video interviews remove the constraints of geographical boundaries for talent acquisition. Niche companies often require candidates with unique skills sets, and video calls make it possible to hire the best talent for the position from anywhere in the world.
2. Employee trainings – On boarding employees comes with its own challenges. Most companies have to fly a trainer to remote areas to impart training to new employees or relocate their new employees. These traditional ways have serious drawbacks: they are very costly, ineffective and involve stressful travel. Video conferencing is cost-effective to provide hands-on training to employees located in different areas. It requires no travel and results in better engagement and learning of new employees.
3. Marketing the products – Providing live demos and interactive and engaging but has its own drawbacks like reaching a smaller audience, leading to limited sales. On the contrary, marketing your products through video calling has many advantages. Your market is huge as you can reach a larger audience across the world via video calls. Live video demonstrations like video conference demos give you an advantage over traditional methods: the reach of a pre-recorded video and grip of a live demo.
4. Enhanced collaboration– Video conferencing not only has enormous benefits for businesses but also employees. Often hiring the best talent can be challenging due to commuting to far off places. The traditional workplace is on its way out as worldwide collaboration and remote teams become more common. Many big brands like Amazon have witnessed major benefits of allowing workers to telecommute with the support of a good video conferencing system.
The advantages of free video calling, conferencing and video chatting are enormous. There are many video conferencing and chatting apps available in the market that bridges the gap between employers and employees, leading to a productive workplace. Video conferencing has become a day to day necessity for not only organizations but people across the world.
In 2017, a fire broke out in the Grenfell Tower residential complex in West London. The fire caused 72 deaths and over 70 injuries, the deadliest structural fire in the UK since WWII. After three years, inquiries into the tragedy are set to resume next month.
During this time of increased focus on racial justice due to the death of George Floyd, many believe that the tragedy will come to be understood as an example of racism as the residents were disproportionately black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME). Nour-eddine Aboudihaj, the founder of the Grenfell Tower Trust, has claimed that residents of the tower were made to live in a “death trap. There were a lot of complaints about electricity cuts, gas, all these issues, but they were not listened to. The fact residents were from immigrant or BAME backgrounds means they weren’t listened to and they were treated unfavorably.”
Representative Imran Khan is pushing for a broader concept of racism to be applied to the understanding the tragedy. “That’s what institutional racism is about,” Khan said. “It’s not some individual deliberately doing something in a racist fashion. It’s whether any policies, procedures, acts or conduct directly or indirectly led to consequences.”
Khan’s push for recognition of a broader concept of racism will find sympathetic ears among those who recognize that the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately hurt minorities around the world.
For months, White House insiders have reported that the President is growing restless in Washington, and longs to return to the campaign trail. After all, Donald Trump’s political rise was rooted in his freewheeling rallies, where he pontificates at-length about his own strengths, belittles his adversaries and arouses the crowd like a carnival barker.
Now, the White House reports that Trump will return to the trail for the first time since March, when coronavirus restrictions forced him to hunker-down in the executive mansion. Though he was able to maintain an audience for several weeks during his daily live press briefings (which he has since ceased), it’s been three months since the President has been able to stand in front of a raucous crowd of fans who will cheer his name and celebrate his musings. But oh how the world has changed since March.
In addition to the global pandemic and the economic tailspin that continue to plague the nation, the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer fast-tracked the cause of racial justice in the United States, making equality and police reform a top priority not just for the far-left, but for much of the political center. Even Republican Mitt Romney has knelt in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, and it was only eight years ago that his party wanted him to be president.
So there’s no escaping the conversation of racial justice as Trump prepares to rally his followers on June 19th and while no one can ever predict what this president plans to say, his very schedule has already dropped a bevy of hints.
Time and Place
Foremost, consider the day that President Trump has chosen to resume his reelection campaign. The 19th of June is, for many, a commemoration of the end of slavery. Juneteenth, as it’s called, memorializes the 1865 abolition of slavery in Texas, the final state to receive news of Union victory in the Civil War. While some deem Juneteenth the “Black 4th of July,” there’s little cause to believe that Trump is headed to Tulsa to celebrate the progress of African-Americans.
Then there is the question of where Trump will hold his first rally in months. The President will be heading to Tulsa, Oklahoma to speak to his supporters, a city with a dark history of racial violence, including the deadliest instance of racist brutality in American history. The so-called “Black Wall Street Massacre” occurred in 1921, and resulted in the death of 300 Americans in Tulsa, which at the time had one of the most thriving black middle classes in the country. Dubbed “Black Wall Street” to celebrate the financial providence of its African-American residents, Tulsa was targeted by white supremacists who burned black-owned businesses to the ground and indiscriminately shot at Tulsa residents in a two-day bloodbath.
While the incident has not been a traditional unit of American history classrooms, it’s gained heavy attention in recent years, most notably by the hit HBO series Watchmen, in which the pilot episode depicts a ten-minute reenactment of the violence. But would Trump really choose Tulsa to speak for the first time since George Floyd’s death as an act of intentional malice?
Michelle Goldberg of The New York Times contends that “it’s highly unlikely that Trump, who reportedly didn’t know what happened at Pearl Harbor when he visited in 2017, is familiar with the Tulsa massacre.” Still, she argues, “there are people around Trump who are sophisticated enough to understand the message the rally is sending, including Stephen Miller, one of the president’s closest aides and an out-and-out white nationalist.”
So what calculus is at play behind the choice to resume the Trump campaign in Tulsa on Juneteenth? Florida Congresswoman Val Demings tweeted her response this way: “The president’s speech there on Juneteenth is a message to every black American: more of the same.”
Indeed, Trump does have a pattern of turning the screw on hot-button issues as opposed to deescalating controversy. In 2017, after a white nationalist march in Charlottesville, Virginia resulted in the death of a counter-protester, Trump insisted that there were “very fine people” on both sides of the demonstration (which featured armed Nazis marching past a synagogue). And his first speaking engagement after the episode was in Phoenix, a generally left-leaning city with a large Hispanic population whose mayor begged the President to stay away.
After congressional Democrats launched an impeachment inquiry into Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, the President’s first rally was in the Minneapolis district represented by Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, a progressive critic of Trump’s whom the President once told to return to Somalia (where she’d fled as a refugee when she was a child).
In both instances, Trump spoke in states that he had won in the 2016 election, though he spoke in mostly liberal metro areas knowing that his presence would attract protest, media attention, and a signature pinch of chaos.
But if the large-scale public demonstrations that have become ubiquitous in the last few months are any indication, Trump’s return to the campaign trail will likely attract its fair share of protesters. Of course, Trump’s supporters have been just as starved of the President’s voice and it’s unlikely that he will struggle to fill arena seats. Trump may get his pinch of chaos yet.
Still, optics aren’t everything. Even if thousands flock to Tulsa to either support or protest Trump’s rally, it’s what he says that will make a difference. As the national discussion of race continues to overwhelm public discourse, and as Joe Biden continues to lead Trump in national polls, the Tulsa rally may prove to be a defining moment of Trump’s reelection campaign, where he will deliver a message that could shape his entire post-pandemic candidacy.
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your saving power among all nations.
God, our God, shall bless us. God shall bless us; let all the ends of the earth fear him! Amen.
God has done since that historical moment, and then go into this text and listen to the Word of the Lord concerning the nations of the world. So let’s go back first a few hundred years. The missionary endeavor of the Protestants in England burst forth out of the soil of a very rich Reformed, Puritan theology.
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Robby,” he says, “you’re never going to be happy until you’re giving. You’re never going to be happy…” It was toward the end of college actually –
didn’t know exactly what was going to look like, when I started to give, but I knew I wanted that, because I wanted to be happy. Well, after college I started to get involved with the youth group a little bit and give of my time, and play guitar, and sing for the youth, and you know, serve them in different ways. We would cook for them, travel with them.
They both have the same source, but Dead Sea is Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee is alive.
Why? Because the Dead Sea, although it receives the same waters of the River Jordan, it doesn’t give any of it away, and so it’s dead because of it. But the Sea of Galilee gives away all of the water it receives.
We’re always being blessed and receiving grace from God – the River Jordan is always flowing into us – but if we don’t give it away everything we’re receiving then we’ll be dead like the Dead Sea. But if we give it away, we’ll be alive like
the Sea of Galilee. So think about this way. It’s like when we when we pray we’re breathing in and when we exhale and when we serve we’re breathing out. So this is the Christian life: breathing in, the prayer, letting God’s
grace in to work on the interior life, so you have it to offer, and then offering and giving it away, the breathing out. Just like a human
person needs to breathe in and out, in order to be alive, like respiration, so too,
with regard to the spiritual life, there’s a breathing in and a breathing out. I mean Jesus said this right? Love of God and love of neighbor. Love of God – and love of neighbor. In any case, this Christian life is an invitation to be fully alive, and to be fully happy. And I experienced that after college.
if you are ready to learn about that go ahead and take a second to grab your pen a paper maybe a little drink and let’s go okay so first things first what the heck is a brand collaboration email onye and why are you making a whole video on it let me tell you why it’s so important to you especially if you are an influencer so a brand collaboration email is pretty much something that you
send to a brand asking them if they are open to collaborating with you that is the short of it there really isn’t it much more so it is your way of pitching yourself to a brand and getting on their radar okay much better okay so why is it so important especially for micro influencers um in a perfect world brands will be knocking at your door saying hey I want to work with you and on top of that I want to pay you that’s in a perfect world, unfortunately, this is not a perfect world and if you’re a micro influencer even if you’re a big influencer sometimes you have to go knocking on the door of opportunity right that’s where your brand collaboration email comes into.
When Noah stepped off the ark, God told him the same words he had told Adam, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth.” Once again, however, humanity looked to give itself honor instead of God.
In that moment, God had formed the many different tribes and peoples of the world.
God eventually called this nation Israel and he began to demonstrate his glory through them in many ways. He gave them a set of laws to live by so that they could live separate and holy lives from all the other nations.
Other times, though, Israel would fall into the same trap that humanity had again and again – glorifying itself rather than glorifying God. When Israel got off track, God intervened.
Sometimes he raised up prophets to remind them of their mandate to bless the nations with the blessings he had given them. Other times he would discipline his people by allowing them to be taken captive by other nations.
King who would establish an everlasting Kingdom that would never be defeated.
that His salvation would be for all peoples. Even his baby dedication identified him as
a light for revelation to the Gentiles. Time and time again Christ reminded his disciples
(who considered themselves “God’s favorite”) that God’s plan from the beginning was to
bless all peoples. His life modeled this message perfectly. He became angry when the Temple wasn’t being
used as a “house of prayer for all nations.” He told parables about the kingdom of God
being a kingdom for all people groups. And he preached good news to Jews, Gentiles, rich,
poor, educated, and uneducated alike. Jesus served Canaanites, Samaritans, Romans, and
Greeks. He was (and is) a true Messiah for all nations. He lived a perfect life, died a perfect death,
and rose again with a perfect resurrection. Then, he commanded us to “Go, make disciples
of all nations!” The perfect words to sum up his ministry. He told us that this gospel of the kingdom
must be proclaimed in all the world as a testimony to all of the ethnic groups, and then the
end would come. We saw the beginnings of this when the Holy Spirit filled the disciples
at Pentecost and told the wonders of God in all the different languages of the world.
We saw it continued when Christ called Paul and other apostles to preach the Gospel to
the Gentiles. It continues even now. We are waiting for
the end that we see in Revelation when the Lamb of God (Jesus) has purchased, with his
blood, people from every nation. Those people will form a multitude that no one can count
from every tribe, tongue, and people group, worshipping and saying, “Salvation belongs
to our God who sits on the throne and to the Lamb.” That’s the story of the Bible. A single,
cohesive story from cover to cover. God’s story. The story of His glory among all the
nations, but it can’t come to fruition until all nations have heard. He invites you into that story. He invites
you into that mission. What part will you play?