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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2014-05-14

In this issue:  School lunch, wealth disparity, and how to
quit being overlooked at work.

Neil Blumenthal recommends two books, The Promise of a
Pencil, and Thrive, to would-be entrepreneurs in Fast Company.

  Real-Time Predictive Coding

---School Lunch---
AskMen explains why school lunch programs are an epic fail.
 Clearly, nutrition by the numbers doesn't work.  Not when
it's a set of rules imposed on contract cafeteria food
providers trained in the preparation of pre-fab processed meals.

---Wealth Disparity---
Has wealth disparity become such a burden on society that
democracy is threatened?  The polarizing work of Thomas
Piketty is considered and opens the floor for debate in HBS
Working Knowledge.

---Women in Saudi Arabia---
"You cannot have half of your population not working," says
Princess Reema Bint Bandar Al-Saud, CEO of Saudi Arabian
luxury retailer Alfa Intl., who is bringing meaningful
change to one of the world's least-progressive cultures,
according to Fast Company.

AskMen tells you how to quit being overlooked at work.  Find
what's missing that people want and fill that need; become
that resource. Stop trying to be the answer to everyone's