HCL’s Vineet Nayar Bloomberg UTV’s “The Date Pathbreakers” “Nayar was appointed president of HCL Technologies in April 2005. He went on to reshape the organization with his ‘Employee First, Customer Second’ philosophy, which placed the … Continue reading Listen to Vineet Nayar and visit HCL
Why Recent Graduates Should NOT Work For Google Google is supposed to be the perfect place to start a career. Many recent surveys have pictured the search giant as the world’s most attractive employer, with famous … Continue reading Someonewhogivesadamn.com on NOT working for Google
We have posted in the past the video of Gore’s CEO Terry Kelly. In her 45 minutes talk she is speaking of Gore’s products for a couple of minutes dedicating all the rest of her … Continue reading Gore presentation
Here is an interesting op-ed “A more inclusive fabric” by the New York Times editorialist Roger Cohen from March 11, 2012. It seems that courtesy and civility can guide people behavior not only in some companies … Continue reading Courtesy not authority to guide people in London
The Brains Behind Self-Management: Why We Are All Self-Managers By Paul J. Zak Synaptein’s Spring 2012 issue (published by Morning Star’s Self-management Institute) has an article by a Californian neuroscientist Paul Zak. Zak begins with … Continue reading
Edward Deming is known as the father of the quality movement. TQM became a fixeture of many industrial and non-industrial companies. Yet, according to studies two thirds of companies consider that TQM hasn’t met their … Continue reading Deming, Total Quality, and the Fundamental Respect for People
Bob Davids’ 30 Top Tips To Stop Being A “Smart Boss” By Isaac Getz May 6, 2012 We need smart people. Our universities are focused on producing just that. Those who come out on top … Continue reading Our article in Forbes on Bob Davids’ leadership philosophy
Here is a talk Isaac gave at a recent TEDx event Paris. We hope you’ll enoy it.
Bob Davids, a great liberating leader who built freedom-based cultures in a number of companies including Radica Games in China and Sea Smoke Cellars in California (see www.bobdavids.com) shares his leadership lessons. Enjoy.
Orson Welles is known as one of the greatest ever film directors. As such, he is viewed as an embodiment of director’s key role in cinema. Welles is less known for his complete disagreement with … Continue reading Orson Welles’ rare talk on leadership