In many papers I have read the word stewardship and ethical stewardship. The amount of frequency warrants a post. Furthermore I have also been interested in how the concept is applied to management techniques and leadership. Stanford - Virtue Ethics. LEARDERSHIP, TRUSTWOTHINESS AND ETHICAL STEWARDSHIP An article by Immanuel Gittamo, asks the question if the … Continue reading Ethical Stewardship, Sports and Entrepreneurship
Nature does not discriminate. The fallible human nature and the power of humanity. Ethical Disaster Management Ethics, Refugees and the President's Executive Order The article, "Ethics, Refugees and the President's Executive Order" provides a good starting point to assess the important discussion on the Ethics of Refugee Crisis. The US is the signatory on the Geneva … Continue reading Thoughts On Ethics of Refugee Crisis.
Intelligent System and AI have been in vogue as far as I can remember. Growing up an avid reader of science of fiction, I read Isaac Asimov's- I Robot with a high degree of interest. Asimov's three laws of Robotics are quite well known in both science fiction and philosophical circles. A robot may not … Continue reading Preliminary Thoughts on AI – Ethics
The Ethics of Disaster Management - Nature does not discriminate. The fallible human nature and the power of humanity. This article provides an excellent outline of the ethical landscape and the ethics of disaster management. The most important question that arises after a disaster is the appropriate and fair allocation of relief funds to help … Continue reading Ethical Disaster Management
Simple Ethics Rules for Risk Management - HBR I take it that there is a reason that since ancient times many a philosopher has written on the proper ethical conduct. The importance of ethics in today's work environment is of paramount importance. In this blog post, I provide the synopsis to an article from Harvard … Continue reading HBR; Synopsis, Simple Ethics Rules for Risk Management.
Ethical Considerations for Planetary Protection in Space Exploration: A Workshop An interesting workshop conducted at Princeton explores some contemporary issues in Space Ethics and Policy. Synopsis - Abstract : The workshop focused on the implications and responsibilities engendered when exploring outer space while avoiding harmful impacts on the planetary body - The workshop participants developed … Continue reading Princeton; GeoEthics & Policy – Synopsis
Ethical Principles on Disaster Risk Reduction and People’s Resilience Nature does not discriminate. When it rains heavily and the cities are flooded we are all subject to harm. When the sun shines so bright that it becomes unbearable, we are all subject to a heat stroke. When photosynthesis occurs and the trees give us oxygen all of … Continue reading Nature does not discriminate. The fallible human nature and the power of humanity.
Industrial Research Institute. R&D Report - 2016 Industrial Research Institute - 2017 For decades the United States has been a leader in R&D and manufacturing. The existence of companies such as Ford are a testament to this legacy. In an interesting report by the Industrial Research Institute presents important statistics regarding the facts of the … Continue reading Industrial-R&D-American Manufacturing-Eleanor. Trends 2016-2017.
Christian - Muslim - Relationship George Town - Berkley Centre for Religion, Peace and World Affairs As a young child growing up in Pakistan, a country that is an Islamic Republic and heavily influenced by British Indian history, most of my years were spent in a Catholic High School. Even though Pakistan has a majority Muslim … Continue reading An Interesting Article on the Legacy and History of Christian – Muslim Relationships. 1500- Present.
Every year we hoist our flags and bask in the pride of our identities and our patriotism. We lament on the struggles that we faced to achieve this, we cry over the sacrifices we made. We ponder on our legacy, our heritage and the strides we will take to move forward. All the way … Continue reading The Hoisting of Flags and This Day We Call Independence Day. Thoughts on Identity and the Need to Have Our Own.