Leadership&Management

Leadership&Management

On May 3, 1898, in Kyiv, Golda Meir (1898–1978) was born — one of the most iconic political figures of the mid-20th century, whose words are quoted to this day. She was the first female prime minister of Israel and the third woman in the world to achieve such a high position

Huxleў - 03.05.2024
Leadership&Management

Margaret Mead (1901–1978) — American anthropologist, sociologist, and ethnographer, an expert in ethnopsychology. She was one of the brightest women in science at a time when, if you wanted to pursue it seriously, it was desirable to be a man

Huxleў - 30.04.2024
Leadership&Management

A womanizer, a self-taught theatricalist, a slacker, a man with a flair for money, a nouveau riche and a daredevil — all sorts of things were said about Singer. But he gave the world the most famous sewing machine with Sphinx and scrolls, which spread all over the world

Huxleў - 20.03.2024
Innovation

How did streaming services, with their commercial philosophy, become a shelter for iconic auteur directors and newcomers who went unnoticed by the big studios?

Andrey Alferov - 17.02.2024
Huxleў’s choice

«One Israeli asked me if I could make a film that would not be about the Holocaust, but would itself be a kind of Holocaust? I spent the whole night walking around Paris thinking about this idea. In the end, I agreed, not realizing yet that I was taking on an overwhelming task, getting involved in an impossible adventure, very dangerous, which ended up costing me twelve years of my life». Claude Lanzmann, director of Shoah

Huxleў - 27.01.2024
Interview

The production, delivery and disposal of clothing is harmful to the environment. The fashion industry threatens to destroy the world if nothing changes. Ukrainian and international investor of sustainable development projects Mykhailo Merkulov talks about how to reengineering the industry, about reorientation to marginality instead of profitability, the revival of tailor-made clothes and the eco-friendly life paradigm of zoomers

Huxleў - 19.05.2023
Leadership&Management

Huxleў publishes the final part of Joe Studwell’s notes on the Republic of Botswana — one of the developed African countries

Joe Studwell - 27.05.2022
Leadership&Management

Huxleў continues to publish a series of notes on Africa as a global development frontier. The next object of Joe Studwell was the Republic of Botswana – one of the developed African countries

Joe Studwell - 27.05.2022
Leadership&Management

Marie Skłodowska-Curie proved to the world that women can be great scientists. She has been awarded the Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry and is the first female Nobel laureate in history. But, despite her merits, she very often preferred to stay in the shadow of her husband, and she gave discoveries to humanity – free of charge

Huxleў - 23.02.2022
Leadership&Management

The life path of the world-famous French singer and film actress Edith Piaf was unusually eventful, complex and short. She lived only 47 years, was an example of a strong spirit, but at the same time a vulnerable person. With an incredible talent, a booming and dramatic voice, the girl who sang on the street forever inscribed her name in the tablets of history

Huxleў - 18.02.2022
Leadership&Management

It is important to understand that dialogue is impossible without the desire of each side to understand the other. It is necessary not to act on the principle of “the one who is louder is right”, but to try to hear all sides, all participants

Huxleў - 14.02.2022
Leadership&Management

Beulah Louise Henry was predicted to become a politician, but the girl found another calling for herself – she began to improve the world through her inventions. She came up with 110 things and ways to improve life, patenting 49 of them. Beulah Louise acquired the nickname Lady Edison and became the first inventor to receive fabulous fees for her ideas

Huxleў - 11.02.2022

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