For the first time in my 4 years in consulting I noticed first-hand white privilege at work. Being a white male myself I didn’t realize how real this phenomenon actually is in the workplace.
The Kobe phenomenon is fascinating. I’ve never been a big NBA guy, but of course I know who Kobe is and have some old Lakers merch. But the transcendence of his legacy is crazy.. huge huge respect.
How prevalent is the phenomenon of consultants using performance enhancing drugs (especially at the director and above level) on the job?
Is the phenomenon of mediocrely talented unkills playing pseudo professional cricket tournaments in US, a version of desi NRI mid life crisis?
Male 🐠 here, Men, when you dress well & look very attractive, do you usually receive more compliments from men or women? Is this a general phenomenon?
Anyone feel hiring freezes might become a consulting industry wide phenomenon in the months to come?
Has anyone noticed the phenomenon of Google search results being terrible the past couple years? The results always guide you to some clickbait article and anything past the 1st page isn’t relevant.
Anyone else experience this interesting phenomenon where daily texting is sparse - but during the actual in person dates, you guys can’t stop talking? I’m having a really hard time reading this guy.
I am 34,fairly fit, 5’8 and 155 pounds and I was diagnosed with diabetes today. How is this possible ? ( type 2)I started reading and there is this phenomenon that Indian males are predisposed,really?
See it seems that Alexandria Ocasio Cortez is a phenomenon that is here to stay. One of the things she suggests is that "every billionaire is a policy failure." Discuss.
I've been recently experiencing this weird phenomenon that I imagine what would happen if I die. Not the actual act, but how everyone in my life would find out/react. It's been ongoing and obviously
Is there science behind the phenomenon of multiple bad things happening in one day to culminate into the worst day ever? Why can’t misfortunes be spread out lmao
Do all agencies/consultancies have totally insufficient meeting room space? Is that just an industry wide phenomenon?
Deloitte seems to be big on “inclusion”. Seems like a recent phenomenon that consolidated diversity efforts and that was triggered by the #metoo movement. What are other firms doing in this space?