Thursday , 16 August 2018
Home » 2009 » December

Monthly Archives: December 2009

HOW STEVE JOB TRANSFORMED APPLE.

This past September, when Steve Jobs made his triumphant return to the public eye, he thanked precisely one Apple executive by name: Tim Cook, Apple’s chief operating officer. At an event to introduce a new line of iPods, Jobs first informed a crowd of journalists, analysts, and Apple developers that he now possessed the liver of a “twentysomething liver donor ...

Read More »

Do introverts make better leader.?

Introverts have the right stuff when it comes to long-term leadership success, according to a recent Forbes article. It’s claimed a recent study found 40 per cent of American executives consider themselves to be introverts with some of the highest profile ‘innies’ being Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. So what do introverts have that make them born leaders? Apparently it ...

Read More »

what is the role of leader in the organisation.?

Leadership matters even more when you have to symbolize purpose and values as well as look to the future. People look at what leaders do, not just what they say. So leaders have to model the values. They have to put their investments behind the sense of purpose. If P&G had let the Children’s Safe Water program wither just on ...

Read More »

HOW TO SALE NEW IDEA.

It can often be harder to sell a new idea to colleagues or clients than it is to develop a new concept in the first place. There are five golden rules to follow to ensure your idea is given the attention it deserves. In summary these are: 1. Be purposeful - link the idea to an outcome or a way ...

Read More »

LEADERS: COMMUNICATE, COMMUNICATE AND COMMUNICATE.

LEADERS: Communicate, communicate, and communicate: People in your team will understand better the decisions that are not to their liking. They will align and work more effectively. If you are in the engine, you’ll be happier to understand why the driver is braking. Cooker in home is whistling. Communicate. People keep on talking and sharing but hardly communicate. Communication has ...

Read More »

Merry Christmas and bountiful of good wishes from me

Today, when the God had sent his son ‘Jesus Christ’ on this Earth, is the day to come out from darkness, hidden sins, rough roads, depressed life and sorrows. The day that directs us to stop worrying. Let us start believing totally in us. We have to Spread light over horizon and Break the silence through our results. We have ...

Read More »

How People Will Remember Me at My Work Place?

People come in an organization, work and move away. They are remembered until they are there working in the organization. When they leave their job or work place they far forgotten. I want to ask you how somebody can remember you even after you leave your job. I want to talk to you about how you can make a unique ...

Read More »

LEADERSHIP IS ALWAYS “WE” and “TEAM.”

“No. Please, I am not the king of the world now nor the number one. I do not believe in all those things. I am the same person as always and I have the good fortune to play in a great team,” said FIFA World Player of the Year 2009, Lionel Messi of Argentina. I appreciate the simplicity and down ...

Read More »

THREE PEOPLE : PAY WHAT THEY WANT.

An American advertising agency is offering its clients the opportunity to ‘pay what they want’ for creative services, reports Spring wise. According to the article, Agency Nil is in a position to make this happen by employing recent graduates and advertising professionals who are in-between jobs. Clients submit a work request to Agency Nil and in return receive creative by ...

Read More »

NO TO SEXY EXPOSURE AND YES TO TALENT

Korean beauty and pin-up pool player Cha Yu-Ram has revealed, “I had a photo shoot for sexy photo albums this summer but I promise you that I am not going to be a part of entertainment business.” “I want to be recognized for my pool skills, not for my looks. I think my time is about to begin. Look out at me ...

Read More »

A PROFESSOR’S LESSON 30 YEARS AGO

On one winter semester, during college in upstate New York, I took an 8 AM history class to fulfill a requirement. It was hard to get up for that class, but about 15 of us met 3 times a week to brave the cold winds and trudge to that lecture in a non-descript classroom. The professor of that class was an ...

Read More »

WHAT IS YOUR PERSONAL MODEL FOR THE YEAR 2010???

What is your Model 2010? What is the value of the year 2010 in your eyes? What can be a value of the year 2010 in our lives? Everyone must know, what is his value per minute? We must believe in ourselves for the coming year 2010. We have to use core competency at 100 percent in the year 2010. ...

Read More »

4 MANTRAS OF LEADERSHIP.

The perfect is the enemy of the deadline. When we had to build the hardware for our fourth major design iteration of the Chevy Volt battery, we were working closely with our suppliers and realized we needed a three-month delay to do it. They said, “That’s inconceivable. You can’t do a whole re-design in three months.” There were lot of ...

Read More »

Are you an 'in' or 'out' leader

Are you ‘IN’ or ‘OUT’ leader? How much time do I spend time with my team and outside the organization, of course for the business development? I believe style can be different, “in or out” but leaders have to tap potentiality to achieve insight very effectively. One has to review and check his time zone. Leader has to create effective ...

Read More »

SMALL PERSON: SHOWING ALL OF US A WAY TO SUCCESS

By demonstrating sheer grit and determination, Manish Patel who got the job of a Head Peon with a Mumbai-based ad agency is today an award-winning copywriter. When the administrative officer at Ambience Publicis, mentioned that the only vacancy was that of a head peon, Patel took up the offer. In the few seconds it took to make up his mind, ...

Read More »

What do McDonalds, Harley-Davidson and Avon have in common?

Here are the top 10 brands from the list and a summary of judge’s comments for the year 2009. 1. Coke – responded to new trends with its macho no-cal beverage Coke Zero. 2. IBM – has changed its focus to environmental issues, health care and mass transportation. 3. Microsoft – has forcefully taken on rivals with the search engine ...

Read More »

Mauritius Mind Management Training for Business Manager

Dr. Shailesh Thaker takes the pride to launch Stress Management / Mind Management workshop in January 2010 in Mauritius. This will be a great opportunity for business leaders to de-stress their life and develop brain. Dr. Shailesh Thaker, renowned management guru and management thinker, is launching stress management / mind management workshop in January 2010. The seminar will be organised ...

Read More »

What derives the slow down? Psychology or Economics

Economic models are badly hurt by the waves of social mood. People may have decided to move safer rather than faster. Asia – pacific countries are still under pressure. SAARC countries are coming out and India is almost out of recession (Psychological and economical). If you believe that recession is there then it works. I think first it is a psychology, ...

Read More »

THE HABIT OF NOTICING

Can I notice the way of people’s communication? Can I watch dress code of professionals? Can I feel the taste of coffee? Can I see mirror image of mine in the world? Can I see what changes have taken place in me in the last 5 years? Can I focus on the sunset or sunrise? Can I have experience of ...

Read More »