Should Graphology be taught in every management school?A few years ago I watched the movie Sherlock Holmes and I got to know about graphology. After that, I searched about it on Google and found it is as amazing as palmistry.
A graphologist can tell about the characteristics of any person by just analyzing his or her writing style. How someone writes a word and what is the pressure he gives on his pen while writing, what is the angle in which he holds the pen and all these kinds of little details can unveil the hidden characteristics of his personality like how truthful is he or how much concerned he is about others feeling, how clever he is and so on.
And then I tried to learn this art a little by myself. I made one graphological report of one of my friends and she was amazed to see how I could know about her characteristics by just analyzing her handwriting on a paper of her register.
Although it is beneficial for all the people irrespective of which field they are working in, as a management student I think it should be taught in every management school because, in a business or any organisation for that matter, you have to deal with different people and it is important to analyze the personality and traits of others before you make any deal with them.
What is your opinion?