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
For over a decade, Apple mastered its mantra of products secrecy. Employees, suppliers and business partners do sign and strictly comply with unprecedented rigorous agreements of non-disclosure and confidentiality. Apple retail employees are very often left in the dark on
Gone are the days where products are launched for the US market first. Winning companies realized this fact early and optimized their supply chain so to handle several international markets concurrently with the US; at least for the G7 or
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
This is about willingness and ability.
Advocating self-acknowledgement! Managers and leaders to acknowledge that they are not bullet-proof humans, and can do mistakes! Interesting reading by HBR. “When is the last time you said words like these to the people who work for you? “I don’t
“There’s a clothing drop box down the street that says, “The American Red Cross of Massachusetts is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.”