ENDLESS meetings that do little but waste everyone’s time. Dysfunctional committees that take two steps back for every one forward. Project teams that engage in wishful groupthinking rather than honest analysis. Everyone who is part of an organization — a company, a nonprofit, a condo board — has experienced these and other pathologies that can occur when human beings try to work together in groups.
Do you talk about what you do and how you do it? Or do you start with why you do the things you do and why this matters? In Start With Why (2009), Simon Sinek writes about how great companies have a clear purpose and identity that inspires employees and earns customer loyalty. Here’s my …
Le géant américain promeut cette forme de retour sur soi pour parvenir au bien-être, au bonheur et à la créativité au travail. L'Express a suivi Chade Meng Tane, génie en informatique et gourou de la firme californienne, lors d'un récent passage à Paris. Récit.
Inspired by questions from my last article, How Mindful Children React Different to Challenges, about how to actually teach mindfulness to kids, I’m putting out a new weekly post with FUN mindfulness exercises for the family.
How do you get innovation off the ground and really working in your organisation? Guy Kawasaki, chief evangelist of Canva, shared his working life experience in innovation as an early employee of Apple.
In building successful businesses, I find that creating a new and innovative product or service is usually the easy part. The hard part is providing the leadership required to align and motivate all the constituents and players – from engineers, to investors, vendors, and ultimately customers. Great entrepreneurs are not just idea people and then managers, they are extraordinary leaders.