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Temperament and Culture

There are many ways of looking at our personalities and temperaments but from very early times four temperaments with similar themes have been suggested. As early as Hippocrates we find him proposing a model of 4 temperaments based on dominance of particular body fluids for each person. These were: Sanguine (blood) - happy Melancholic (black bile) - sad Choleric (yellow bile) - irritable Phlegmatic (phlegm) - calm Over the centuries some of these terms have been used as ways of describing people albeit without much scientific evidence for the link to body fluids!

Category: Culture


Added: 2016-01-08
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Culture

You don't have to spend very long talking to Quality Management professionals, Six Sigma Black Belts, Consultants, Business School lecturers, and the like, on subjects such as Six Sigma, Business Excellence and Continuous Improvement before the word Culture crops up; particularly if you are discussing the reasons for the relative success or failure of these initiatives.

Category: Culture


Added: 2016-01-04
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