Stephen Elop; the departing CEO of Nokia; has proven that you don’t need to be smart to lead a company to failure, you don’t need to know what you do, and you don’t need to know the ins & outs
I must say that the recent Apple event (on 23rd of October 2012) brought true excitement and surprises. Everyone predicted a refresh to the MacBook Pro, and the new iPad Mini, however, the excitement was in the new iMac, the
I incredibly forced myself to watch the almost two hour Apple keynote for the launch of the iPhone 5. I relentlessly scrutinize every word, gesture, phrase, signal and a move to try finding Jobs touch, magic or spirit! Cook was
This article is about Ego and how it hinders leadership performance.
I was looking into my blog, and found this article, which I shared almost a year back, however, I realized it was not published and kept as draft. It came as a great conincidence as I am reading the ‘Steve
A new white paper from The Ken Blanchard Companies shows that poor leadership is costing the average company an amount equal to 7% of their annual revenue. That’s over a million dollars a year for any organization with $15 million dollars or more in annual sales.
I like this insightful management tip by HBS. “Measurement is critical to understanding current and past performance, but data can only tell you so much. Measurement can fall short when you need to predict the future. Many companies have been