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LEADERSHIP: THINK LIKE MARK ZUCKERBERG…..

In the first several years of Facebook’s existence, multiple journalists portrayed Mark Zuckerberg and his friends as party lovers who would code all day and stay up all night. Mark liked to have fun just as much as any other college freshman, but he was also very focused. He knew that he needed to keep the company moving forward, and ...

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Apple CEO Tim Cook's Apology: the Good, Bad & Ugly

Apple screwed up, and admitted it. Here are some of the highlights–and low lights–of Tim Cook’s ‘We fell short’ letter. Companies are composed of people, and people make mistakes. It’s a simple syllogism, but it’s often easy to forget: companies–even Apple, the world’s largest–can totally screw up, too. Of course, that’s what happened when Apple launched the newest iteration of ...

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5 LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM THE NFL'S TOP TEAM

By KEVIN CLARK NFL teams are worth around a billion dollars each. That’s the highest average franchise value in professional sports. But every year, the people who own these teams, many of whom are brilliant entrepreneurs and executives, are routinely blasted all over the airwaves as the embodiment of hapless management. And if they’re not winning, it doesn’t even matter ...

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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM EDMUND HILLARY

Being First: Ten Innovation lessons from Mount Everest “Well George, we knocked the bastard off”. These were the first words of Edmund Hillary to his old friend George Low meeting him near the South Col of Mount Everest¹. It was just after his historic climb with his Nepalese Sherpa Tenzing Norgay on May 29th 1953. George welcomed Ed with hot ...

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3 GREAT TIPS TO LEADERS : FOR RESPONDING TO FAILURE

Everyone reacts differently to failure: some immediately accuse others while some take the heat themselves, even if undeserved. Next time you and your team fail, resist the temptation to place blame. Take these three steps instead: Think before you act. Don’t respond immediately or impulsively. Doing so can make matters worse. Take the time to consider several possible interpretations of ...

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It’s Not About Me. It’s About Our Company Values.

  Librado Romero/The New York Times Cathy Choi is president of Bulbrite, a lighting maker and supply company in Moonachie, N.J. After accepting her father’s offer to join it, she says, she “made a concerted effort to make the company the leader, not me or my dad.” Corner Office Every Sunday, Adam Bryant talks with top executives about the challenges ...

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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM HIGGS BOSON

With physicists closing in on the elusive Higgs boson the long sought-after “God particle” that could explain so much about the origins and makeup of the universe — I think it’s time to reveal an Earth-shattering revelation of my own. To all of you, I’m a friendly neighborhood management consultant and former corporate executive, but that’s just an alter ego ...

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So what’s Sony’s new CEO to do?

Today’s guest post is from Bob Herbold, the long-time Chief Operating Officer of Microsoft Corporation and author of What’s Holding You Back: 10 Bold Steps that Define Gutsy Leaders (CLICK HERE to buy your copy). You can read more about Bob at the end of this post. The stories we’ve been reading these past few weeks about Kazuo Hirai, Sony’s ...

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How to turn bad habits into good onesleadership guru,

The transformation of bad habits into productive ones isn’t an easy process – it’s a simple one. The post discusses a recent study that suggests 40 per cent of what we believe to be “decisions” are actually habits and, as a result, are quite possibly unproductive actions. To help break the cycle the following tips on habit change are offered: ...

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FOCUS ON THE DEVELOPING NEW LEADERS IN THE COMPANY

That is a key finding of a new study by the Hay Group, a talent management consulting firm, that identified the best-managed U.S. companies for 2011. The top 20 highest-rated companies for leadership development included corporate stalwarts such as General Electric (GE), Procter & Gamble (PG), IBM (IBM) and Microsoft (MSFT). One common ingredient — these businesses all place a ...

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