Monthly Archives: July 2014

Managing by Storytelling – It Goes Both Ways

We have a new and interim president at our university.  He likes to tell stories.  This is an effective management technique  (see Managing by Storying Around) and teaching technique (see Teaching with Story: Classroom Connections to Storytelling) as well.  It needs to … Continue reading

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The Pain of Lending a Book

A fellow I know was interested in category theory.  I said I might have a book for that.  I found Conceptual Mathematics by F. William Lawvere and Causality by Judea Pearl (because it also looked interesting) in my personal library and handed … Continue reading

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