An easy rider

Prof. Patricia Gabaldon talks about gender equality as she rides her scooter around the city of Madrid.

As she rides around Madrid Prof. Gabaldon tell us how her research is focused on finding strategies to enable working mothers to successfully combine work and family, and on exploring the reasons for the gap in men’s and women’s salaries. There is still a long way to go, she says, but I am confident we will get there. Don’t miss the song playing in the background – “On the road” by The Bowmans:

“Take me away, take me far from this place. We’ll find ourselves a little
time each day to break from chores of passion, and play. Take on the
mountains, the deserts and plains. Seek out the faces that threaten to fade.
Our prints in the sand, our names in their hands.
The bumpy road might break your toes, so you will never know. But I’ll take my chances, cut my losses. ‘Cause I would rather go.”

If you remember, in the film “Easy rider” two bikers travel from Los Angeles to New Orleans in search of America, in search of liberty and justice. Prof. Gabaldon is also searching – for gender equality in her case. It would appear that some sort of idealism still exists, thanks to people like Prof. Gabaldon.

P.S. It was a pleasure to watch Easy Rider again. To tell you the truth I didn’t like it much when I first saw it some years ago, but I really enjoyed it this time. It just goes to show how our views and opinions change over time. Anyway, I highly recommend you give it a go.

In search of a Harley Davidson for Prof. Joseph Pistrui

Entrepreneurship Professor, Joseph Pistrui loves Harley Davidsons.  I don’t.  So, when we went to Sofia,  I tried to rent one for him, but couldn’t find a single Harley in the city.  We rented a BMW instead and go in search of a Harley. In looking for the Harley he talks about his new research “Nextsensing“, the process of re-evaluating the constant flood of data, information, and experiences to find opportunities that others may not see.

Do you think we foound a Harley? Well, have a look. At the end of the video Prof. Pistrui humoruosly twisted Cesar´s famous sentence: vini, vidi,vici.

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