I am happy to share two Terms I have re-learnt today.

We know them. We know their meaning 'somewhat'. We have used them.Knowing their Right definition from Businessdictionary.com and using them in another perspective. Does it change something.
For me, many a times these learnings help change - Thinking ! Sometimes, there is a new thought, new strategy and a new approach. I hope that those in C Suite - whether the Reader is :
  • Apprentice in C Suite,
  • Knocking on the C Suite Door or
  • Has a Foot in the C Suite Door or
  • someone who is in the C Suite for an Interim period
  • Or those who are rightfully in the C Suite - will find this approach interesting and useful.
If we try and put the two terms given in isolation, together, one after the other in straight and Reverse Order - see how our thought patterns move with the Words and their meanings. Have Fun !
In the end, I have included a Notable Quotable - an inspiring Quote. Of course, I take this opportunity to promote an Amateur Artist - ME :) and hope you would like my Drawings, Paintings and ZenMentorAngles some day soon ! :)


A. Integrity

1.Strict adherence to a moral code, reflected in transparent honesty and complete harmony in what one thinks, says, and does.
2.State of a system where it is performing its intended functions without being degraded or impaired by changes or disruptions in its internal or external environments.
3.Stored or transmitted data that is free from any unauthorized change.

Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/term-of-day.php#ixzz3PbALYLP6
Term of the Day

B. Standard deviation

statistical measure of the historical volatility of a mutual fund or portfolio, usually computed using 36 monthly returns. More generally, a measure of the extent to which numbers are spread around their average.
Learn more about this term
Usage Example
Standard deviation is also known as historical volatility, therefore, many investors use it to help gauge expected volatility.
C. Today's Notable Quotable:
Notable Quotable
"Nobody talks more of free enterprise and competition and of the best man winning than the man who inherited his father's store or farm." 
-C. Wright Mills