Bureaucratic Theory and Weber

The word "bureaucracy" originally is composed of the words; "bureau" and "kratos". It refers to a system or a mechanism established for managing and directing state administration. Different scholars raised different short definitions for bureaucracy such as "management by civil servants"...

A Brief History of Abacus

Abacus is widely referred as the first trigger of the information revolution and digitalisation. Abacus is simply a counting frame helping to carry out arithmetic calculations by physically using hands to slide beads on rods without any need for pen or paper. Although modern calculators....

Who is Euclid? What Are his Contributions to Science?

Euclid, or Euclid of Alexandria, is an eminent Greek mathematician and sometimes referred as the founding father of geometry. He is one of the backbones of Hellenist time that fuelled scientific revolution and enlightenment centuries after ....

Seven Rules of Formulating a Scientific Hypothesis

An hypothesis is an assumption based on common knowledge or observation to be falsified or verified in the course of a scientific study and/or research. To illustrate; "there is a positive impact of....