The reality of good problem-solving is that our findings prompt us to review our earlier conclusions. Executives who know the secret to framing complex problems can supercharge their organisations
Storytelling is a key part of our shared human experience. It has long connected people across cultures and brought together groups who may seem like they have nothing in common, through tales of success and learnings. But what is often forgotten is the power of storytelling, especially in business.
A generic name for family-run businesses in India, ‘lala companies’ have unique attributes—great rewards…and greater punishment, if the lala stops liking your face!
A star performing employee gets elevated to a big leadership position, but one that is different from his domain. The situation throws up questions such as- ‘How does one learn to say “no” to an offer that is lucrative but not something that one wants do? Once one accepts this offer, but is unable to live up to the expectation of his/her bosses, how does one get out of this sticky situation?
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