So how do we lead in ways that help people to grow, rather than tell people to grow? To want to work, rather than have to work? By leading and managing roles, not people.
What can we learn from those who did it once (RIM), those who failed and rebounded (AIG) and those who make it habit (Pfizer).
No disruptive innovations can be made without understanding the customer’s needs.
Why change at all? It seems like a nonsensical question, doesn’t it? If you or your organization isn’t evolving, you are in danger of failing.
Political and economic headwinds can rock your boat without capsizing it. Here’s how I’ve learned to keep a steady hand on the tiller.
According to a recent report, there are presently more than 48 million small businesses in India, almost double the number of small companies in the US (28 million).
Keep asking the right questions, and you’ll be wrong about the future less often than your competitors.
A presentation on the mindset, platform, and capabilities needed for success, given at a Harvard Alumni Association event.