Manyika


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Ma·nyi·ka

 (mə-nyē′kə)
n. pl. Manyika or Ma·nyi·kas
1. A member of a Bantu people inhabiting eastern Zimbabwe and west-central Mozambique.
2. The Bantu language of this people, closely related to Shona.

[Manyika -manyika, as in Chimanyika, the Manyika language.]
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There are some risks to that rosy forecast, which Remes and Manyika warn about.
O gestor contemporaneo precisa estar preparado para decidir num cenario de reducao do controle da informacao (Coombs & Jean, 2014; Rosa, 2001; Silva, 2010) e aumento de sua velocidade, variedade e volume (Biesdorf, Court & Willmott, 2013; Manyika, Chui, Brown & Bughin, 2011).
Gnanasambandam C, Madgavkar A, Kaka N, Manyika J, Chui M, Bughin J.
So far, he has done collaborations with Tanzania songbird Vanessa Mdee as well as Kenyan artistes Jhiko Man and Vicky Manyika.
Manyika, James, Michael Chui, Brad Brown, Jacques Bughin, Richard Dobbs, Charles Roxburgh, and Angela Hung Byers.
Bhila, Trade and Politics in a Shona Kingdom: The Manyika and Their African and Portuguese Neighbours 1575-1902 (Harare: Longman, 1982), 12.
Europe is already welcoming large internet users and is the cross-country block with the largest portion of intratrad: about 61% by 2014, versus 42% for Nafta, and 24% for Asia (see MANYIKA et al.
One McKinsey estimate speculates that the current rate of change is 10 times that of the Industrial Revolution, and that change is happening at 300 times the scale and with roughly 3,000 times the impact (James Manyika, Michael Chui, Jacques Bughin, Richard Sobbs, Peter Bisson, and Alex Marrs, Disruptive Technologies: Advances that Will Transform Life, Business, and the Global Economy, McKinsey and Company, 2013, http://bit.
Trade and Politics in a Shona Kingdom: The Manyika & their African & Portuguese Neighbours 1575-190, Salisbury, Longman, 1982.
Fortunately for our profession, it's more complicated than that, as James Manyika, a Director at the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), explains in his January 17, 2017 article, "Workplace automation: Separating fiction from fact".
Chavafambira hailed from a long line of revered Manyika healers--he had trained as a healer himself--but as a migrant worker with nothing to exchange but his labour power, his only prospect for employment was as a kitchen hand.