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Lessons From The Ping-pong Table

Who are those almost forgotten folks without whom your life wouldn’t be the same?

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Democratising Heroism

For me, any person who does something to champion change or change mindsets of people is a hero

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Book Review: Jack Of All Trades

Through the study of real life executives, Lovegrove also lists out methods to look beyond the realm of one’s career by using six skills — a moral compass, transferrable skills, contextual intelligence, prepared mind, intellectual thread, and extended network

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Is Your Digital Plan Working?

Digital maturity therefore is a powerful tool that organizations need to wield to deliver an agile computing environment

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GST: A Leadership Case Study

The implementation of the GST has greatly inspired us that anything is possible to achieve in this country if the government takes the role of a lead entrepreneur and pushes reform, no matter how hard representations come at you

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Leadership Is A Juggler’s Act

“Leadership is not about a title or a designation. It’s about impact, influence and inspiration. Impact involves getting results, influence is about spreading the passion you have for your work, and you have to inspire team-mates and customers.” — Robin S. Sharma

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To Have Or Not To Have A Career: A Woman's Dilemma

Organizational leaders need to play the role of mentor to women in early and mid careers to facilitate their continuity in the leadership pipeline and help them realize their true potential

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Case Study: A Culture Of Punishment

“Crime? What crime? ...My killing a loathsome, harmful louse, a filthy old moneylender woman ... and you call that a crime?” — Fyodor Dostoyevsky in Crime & Punishment

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Case Analysis: Lead From The Front

When we decide on an action, we should blank out the name of the employee

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Case Analysis: Prey Or Produce?

During a crisis, it is important for the leaders to send clear messages to all, else the atmosphere will be vitiated

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Case Analysis: Built To Last

Leadership must take decisions that try to achieve fairness and not be seen to take sides

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Create Value, Not Just Valuation

Mentors and entrepreneurs should know that competence can take you some distance but what takes one beyond is character

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National Mobilisation Of Entrepreneurialism: A Master Blue Print

Today for nations with challenging economical growth or make-believe grassroots prosperity programs, national mobilization of entrepreneurialism is a last powerful remedy left

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