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Resiliency: The New Competitive Advantage?

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Data has become an integral part of our lives. The ability to quickly access data through various IT systems has become a critical component to run a successful business. With so many IT systems deemed critical, any disruption can cause parts of the business to come to a halt. According to a surv

The Key to Happiness in Life…and Business

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The most important action I took toward my own increased success and happiness was cleanly severing ties with the negative people in my life. Then I ask myself, “Am I the kind of person and partner that I want to be for

50 Rules to Lead The Field

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One of the world’s most trusted peak performance experts, Robin Sharma, shares 50 rules to lead the field.

The Four Leadership Lessons Millennials Really Need

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The leadership advice Millennials get in commencement speeches isn't always that useful or even true. Here's what they need to

Google co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin with Vinod Khosla Chat:

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Had to watch this video, what are these path breaking entrepreneurs talking about? It is a long video, but I was engrossed right through. Sergey and Brin really think big, they are taking big bets, however they have figured out an excellent way not to get the main Google business defocused, while

Are Selfish Organisations Altruistic?

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Recently a relative fell ill and needed immediate platelet transfusion from a live blood donor. I posted a request for a B+ donor on the mail group of our residential community. In just a couple of hours I was swamped by calls, messages, and mails from prospective donors.
From: fistfuloftalent.com By Tim Sackett
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I am more afraid of an army of 100 sheep led by a lion than an army of 100 lions led by a sheep.” – Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, French diplomat
“I am more afraid of an army of 100 sheep led by a lion than an army of 100 lions led by a sheep.”   – Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, French diplomat I saw that quote on my

Small is the new BIG - Good practices Corporates can imbibe from SME’s

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  Small is the new BIG - Did you read that right? Yes, that’s right! This is the new buzz word of the 21st century. First it was the turn of technology companies dreamt up by buzzing entrepreneurs who built up huge valuations out of translating their ideas into big bucks.
Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy
Devdutt Patnaik lucidly draws from Hindu Mythology, subtle differences between western management thought and possibly forgotten Indian Management Thought. Change happens first in the mind, points out Devdutt Patnaik, so instead of focusing more on the tasks, tools and techniques or what he calls "Institutions and action points." One needs to focus more on thought. As he puts it, "When the thoughts of entrepreneur change then everything

A good leader strategises and always leads from the front - Hindustan Times

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Rana Kapoor, founder managing director and CEO of Yes Bank, has steered the bank since its inception to a height of glory at a time when the going has been tough. As the chief of the bank, he along with his team, decided to invest in the media and advertise at a difficult time.

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Resiliency: The New Competitive Advantage?

forbes's picture
Data has become an integral part of our lives. The ability to quickly access data through various IT systems has become a critical component to run a successful business. With so many IT systems deemed critical, any disruption can cause parts of the business to come to a halt. According to a surv

The Key to Happiness in Life…and Business

robertkiyosaki's picture
The most important action I took toward my own increased success and happiness was cleanly severing ties with the negative people in my life. Then I ask myself, “Am I the kind of person and partner that I want to be for

50 Rules to Lead The Field

robinsharma's picture
One of the world’s most trusted peak performance experts, Robin Sharma, shares 50 rules to lead the field.

The Four Leadership Lessons Millennials Really Need

stephendenning's picture
The leadership advice Millennials get in commencement speeches isn't always that useful or even true. Here's what they need to

Google co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin with Vinod Khosla Chat:

balaji's picture
Had to watch this video, what are these path breaking entrepreneurs talking about? It is a long video, but I was engrossed right through. Sergey and Brin really think big, they are taking big bets, however they have figured out an excellent way not to get the main Google business defocused, while

Are Selfish Organisations Altruistic?

vnbhattacharya's picture
Recently a relative fell ill and needed immediate platelet transfusion from a live blood donor. I posted a request for a B+ donor on the mail group of our residential community. In just a couple of hours I was swamped by calls, messages, and mails from prospective donors.
From: fistfuloftalent.com By Tim Sackett
Recommended by: Ramesh Dasary
I am more afraid of an army of 100 sheep led by a lion than an army of 100 lions led by a sheep.” – Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, French diplomat
“I am more afraid of an army of 100 sheep led by a lion than an army of 100 lions led by a sheep.”   – Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, French diplomat I saw that quote on my

Small is the new BIG - Good practices Corporates can imbibe from SME’s

cherian's picture
  Small is the new BIG - Did you read that right? Yes, that’s right! This is the new buzz word of the 21st century. First it was the turn of technology companies dreamt up by buzzing entrepreneurs who built up huge valuations out of translating their ideas into big bucks.
Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy
Devdutt Patnaik lucidly draws from Hindu Mythology, subtle differences between western management thought and possibly forgotten Indian Management Thought. Change happens first in the mind, points out Devdutt Patnaik, so instead of focusing more on the tasks, tools and techniques or what he calls "Institutions and action points." One needs to focus more on thought. As he puts it, "When the thoughts of entrepreneur change then everything

A good leader strategises and always leads from the front - Hindustan Times

hindustantimes's picture
Rana Kapoor, founder managing director and CEO of Yes Bank, has steered the bank since its inception to a height of glory at a time when the going has been tough. As the chief of the bank, he along with his team, decided to invest in the media and advertise at a difficult time.