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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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Along with Her Majesty, list of attendees included, Kathy Calvin, President and CEO of UNF, Secretary Heather Higgenbottom, Deputy Secretary of State, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director, UN Women, Jennifer Lopez, Actress and Singer, Hans Vestburg, CEO, Ericsson, James Manyika, Director, McKinsey Global Institute, Michelle Sullivan, President, Caterpillar Foundation, and world-renowned journalist Katie Couric.
The focus on megatrends lends itself to such techniques as technology forecasting and scenario planning (see, for example, Farrington, Henson, and Crews 2012 and Manyika et al.
Richard Dobbs, James Manyika and Jonathan Woetzel are directors of the McKinsey Global Institute and co-authors of "No Ordinary Disruption: The Four Global Forces Breaking All the Trends.
and also in other advanced countries (for recent analyses see for example BAILY, MANYIKA & GUPTA (2013) (19), for the U.
McKinsey estimates that by 2018 the demand for data-science talent will exceed its projected supply by about 50-60 percent (see Manyika et al.
And what is interesting, notes James Manyika, a director of the McKinsey Global Institute and co-author of No Ordinary Disruption, is that, contrary to expectations,"knowledge workers at the middle and the top" may be more threatened than those doing physical work.
The term Shona is, an invention coined by Clement Doke to refer to speakers of Ndau, Manyika, Korekore, Zezuru and Karanga dialects in modern Zimbabwe (Doke 2005).
The article by Manyika Kangai in the October 2014 issue of New African, "Ten lessons from China that can transform Africa", highlighted several issues of culture and economics with which I concur.
1 Lions go global: Deepening Africa's ties to the United States, Acha Leke, Susan Lund, James Manyika, and Sree Ramaswamy, McKinsey Global Institute, August 2014
To be sure, notes Manyika, a similar thing happened when we introduced technology to agriculture.