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CEO'S require new thinking pattern .

Your Company Can Deliver, but Can It Discover?   . Librado Romero/The New York Times Ronald M. Shaich, founder, chairman and co-C.E.O. of Panera Bread, says companies often err by letting their “delivery muscle” — how they get their work done — become stronger than the “discovery muscle” that brings innovation. » Q. How has your leadership style evolved? A. ...

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3 GREAT LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM SALLY RIDE

Sally Ride, the United States’ first woman astronaut, died too soon this week at the age of 61.  In 2012, it’s perhaps easy to forget what she was up against when she rode into space on the shuttle Challenger in 1983. As the New York Times pointed out its obituary of Ride,  , the comedian Johnny Carson joked on the ...

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Marissa Mayer Takes On Yahoo!

  Marissa Mayer. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The big story in corporate leadership this week was Marissa Mayer‘s hiring from Google to become chief executive officer of Yahoo! At Forbes Leadership we got right on it. Shortly after the appointment was announced, Dorie Clark weighed in with “Three Reasons Why Marissa Mayer’s Hiring Is a Huge Win for Yahoo!,” and George ...

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The 11 Leadership Secrets You've Never Heard Abou

  The old distinctions between leaders and followers are gone. Great followers follow by leading. Here’s 11 ways to make sure you do just that. In 1982 I left a great job at MTV: Music Television for what is now the A&E Network for one reason: to work for Jim Collins. A highly successful executive, Collins poured wisdom into my ...

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2 INDIANS LEADERS ARE SHAKING HANDS WITH NASA

NASA includes two Indian innovators on waste management NASA, the US space agency has included two Indian innovators for its conference on waste management. WASHINGTON: NASA, the US space agency has included two Indian innovators for its conference on waste management. Nitin Gupta from Attero Recycling and Anshu Goonj from Goonj are among nine innovators from across the globe that ...

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WHAT IS AN EDU-TECH LEADER??????

This question has been bouncing around my brain since I left the International Society for Technology in Education conference. When people say that I’m an ed-tech leader, I am always shocked. I don’t think of myself as a leader in this area — just someone who really likes what he does. So, what makes someone an educational-technology leader? Are there ...

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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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Performance Appraisals Are Dead, Long Live Performance

  Performance appraisals are one of the most frequently criticized talent management practices. The criticisms range from their being an enormous waste of time to their having a destructive impact on the relationship between managers and their subordinates. Criticizing performance appraisals has a long history. For decades, the literature on talent management has pointed out the flaws in most performance ...

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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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What biz leaders can learn from astronauts

The corner office can be a high-pressure environment, but imagine calling the shots in a cramped shuttle in orbit 100 kilometers above the planet. Jeffrey Ashby made some split-second decisions while space-sick and weightless. He was commander of the shuttle Atlantis on its 2002 mission to bring equipment to the International Space Station. He made the tough choice to manually ...

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LEADERSHIP IS A DIALOGUE BETWEEN TWO CHAIRS

The command-and-control approach to management has in recent years become less and less viable. Globalization, new technologies, and changes in how companies create value and interact with customers have sharply reduced the efficacy of a purely directive, top-down model of leadership. What will take the place of that model? Part of the answer lies in how leaders manage communication within ...

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Betting The Future Of A B-School On The Future

After all, an impartial observer wouldn’t even call this a David vs. Goliath match. The school significantly trails its rivals in every ranking of MBA education. Its endowment is well under $100 million, a mere fraction of Harvard’s $2.8 billion. Less than one in ten alums donate money to the school in any given year, about a third of the ...

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HOW CEO OF M.BENZ LEARN LEADERSHIP LESSONS

Mercedes-Benz CEO Steve Cannon Steers Luxury To Attainable, Connected New Paths Steve Cannon, newly minted CEO of Mercedes-Benz USA, got his leadership skills from his time spent in fatigues. Though you won’t find him telling staff to drop and give him 20, he is leading a charge into new tech territory and looking for a few good Gen Y customers ...

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What 5 Things The Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast

  Mornings are a great time for getting things done. You’re less likely to be interrupted than you are later in the day. Your supply of willpower is fresh after a good night’s sleep. That makes it possible to turn personal priorities like exercise or strategic thinking into reality. But if you’ve got big goals–and a chaotic a.m. schedule–how can ...

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FORGET CRICKET, EVEN HE PUT HIS OWN CAREER AT RISK

One should be a performer and demonstrate the same to our team. Performance is itself the most effective communication. Leader has to be humble in a way and consider himself part and parcel of the team and not above the team. Give genuine respect and trust to the team members. Allow them to experiment and take risk. In case of ...

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Lady Gaga’ is searched 151,000,000 times a month.”

Lady Gaga Poker Face She causes controversy, her music is might not be your cup of tea but it is certain that you will be familiar with the girl from the Lower East Side of New York who in a few short years transformed herself from Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta into one of the world’s best-known musical performers Who we ...

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LEADERS NEED WISDOM OR MORE INTELLIGENCE

Edie Weiner: I actually think that the women who are the most successful in rising to executive ranks and then ultimately being able to populate boards are women who know how to be wise.  And there’s a big difference between being smart and being wise, and also being intelligent, frankly. Smart is the ability to learn a lot of things and then ...

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MUSIC + SPIRITUAL = Performance of A.R.RAHMAN

Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman has lent support to a new spiritual album “Ik Onkar”, launched under new music label Asli Music. The album features the complete Japji Sahib, the first sacred composition found in the main Sikh holy scripture. It has been sung by upcoming singer Harshdeep Kaur, who recently topped the charts with her song “Katiya karun” for the ...

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RAFAL NADAL starts playing tennis at the age of 3 years.

Rafael Nadal, whose on-court routine includes picking the rear of his shorts and diligently lining up his water bottles, labels facing away, is making a habit of winning French Opens. The Spaniard made it a record seven on Monday with a 6-4, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5 win over world number one Novak Djokovic ending the Serb’s hopes of becoming only the third ...

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1/4 of the time of CEOs are spent for talent related activites.

CEO As The Chief Talent Officer: A People Matters – Monster.Com Study 2012 One out of every three CEOs surveyed in this year’s Study spend more than half of their time on talent related activities. Last year, 73 percent of CEOs said they spent more than one-fourth of their time on talent related activities; in 2012, this number is up ...

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