Ted Talk - Susan Colantuono: The Career Advice You Probably Didn’t Get

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Watch the Ted Talk - Susan Colantuono: The career advice you probably didn’t get

Analyze the logic of the video (s) by completing the template (Logic of an article-video_Discussion Forum.pdf)

Reference at least one article from the assigned readings that is important to your learning, and how it related to the video. You may supplement your answer by citing current events (e.g., news) related to the topic.
Articles:
Benjamin, B., & O'Reilly, C. (2011). Becoming a leader: Early career challenges faced by MBA graduates. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 10(3), 452-472.
Groysberg, B., & Abrahams, R. (2014). Manage your work, manage your life. Harvard business review, 92(3), 58-66.

A. The main purpose of this VIDEO is _____.
(Here you are trying to state as accurately as possible the author's purpose for writing the VIDEO.
What was the author trying to accomplish?)
B. The key question that the author is addressing is_____.
(Your goal is to figure out the key question that was in the author's mind when he or she wrote the VIDEO. What was the key question the VIDEO addressed? State the problem. State how the Focus on the complexity of the issue, and state how the VIDEO deals with the problem.)
C. The most important information in this VIDEO is_____.
(You want to identify the key information the author used, or presupposed, in the VIDEO to support his or her main arguments. Here you are looking for facts, experiences, data the author is using to support his or her conclusions.)
D. The main inferences / conclusions in this VIDEO are_____.
(You want to identify the most important conclusions the author comes to and presents in the VIDEO Are the findings from research logically consistent with what is being done by practitioners? Can suggested uses be disproved? If so, how might this be done?)
E. The key concept(s) we need to understand in this VIDEO is (are) _____.
a. By this concept, the author means_____.
(To identify the concept, ask yourself: What are the most important ideas that you would have to understand to understand the author's line of reasoning? Then elaborate briefly on what the author means by these concepts. Describe the topic and related theory. Why was it proposed? Why is it important? What are the key concepts (antecedents, processes, outcomes) of the topic/theory?)
F. The main assumption(s) underlying the author's thinking is (are) _____.
(Ask yourself: What is the author taking for granted that might be questioned? The assumptions are generalizations that the author does not think he or she has to defend in the context of writing the VIDEO, and they are usually unstated. This is where the author's thinking logically begins.)
G. If we take this line of reasoning seriously, the implications are_____.
(What consequences are likely to follow if people take the author's line of reasoning seriously? Here you are to follow the logical implications of the author's position. You should include implications that the author states, if you believe them to be logical, but you should do your best thinking to determine what you think the implications are.)
H. If we fail to take this line of reasoning seriously, the implications are_____.
(What consequences likely follow if people ignore or reject the author's reasoning? What are the predictions made by the topic theory? How or why might these be of interest to practitioners…to you? Are any of the predictions non-obvious?)
I. The main point(s) of view presented in this VIDEO is (are) _____.
(The main question: What is the author looking at, and how is he or she seeing it?
J. The ways we could/should apply this concept/topic/theory be applied in contemporary global organizations is to ______? Give examples (from news or media) of this concept in recent use.

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A. The main purpose of this video is to identify the causes of gender gap at the top management and understand the 33% gap in skills of women leaders....

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