The most effective way to build a successful company is by hiring intelligent people. Find the most capable candidates and dress them, to set to work. But wait, what if their brilliance exceeds your own?
Most hiring managers on obtaining a candidate’s resume compare their qualifications with the job description. But they do not sit back and think – Can I learn something from this guy?
The reason being that a manager with a shiny MBA degree after drudging through sheets of MBA assignments does not want to be outshined by the skills, creativity and experience of a freshly off boat! Continue reading –>
The job role of a white-collar title holding ‘leader’ may seem like an endless list of treacherous points in wordy bullets, but bullets they are in whichever form it is. However, the main priority for CEOs, CFOs and staff managers alike is ultimately one thing – it is to lead with conviction.
But the burning question is – How?
Every c-suite executive in a company has a goal which is to foster excellence. Every company houses an eclectic mix of personalities, temperaments, and skills. Many before you (the presently studying MBA student buried under stacks of uninspiring MBA assignments), have walked the long roads to find the key to effective management. But the key to this unassuming mystery is to simply do one thing, inspire. Continue reading –>
Every B-school in the world tries to convince its students that they are the best to prepare them for life as upper management. But we are sure that you will never find these tales in any of your MBA textbooks to learn from.
Here are a few lessons that every manager must know, that your dissertation guide will never share with you!
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