Twenty years ago I developed a strong urge to learn how to fly; I was however a student and wasn’t sure I had the time (or money) to pull it off. Almost two years ago to the day, I got my first demo flight and I was hooked. 120 flight hours, 400+ landings, and hundreds […]
For the past couple of months, I have been following the reviews of Prof. Jeffrey Pfeffer’s new book, titled: Power: Why Some People Have It—and Others Don’t (disclaimer: Prof. Pfeffer interviewed me for one of the individual case studies listed in the book). The book is quite controversial (with a heavy dosage of Machiavellianism) as […]
Talent management is not an ‘on-top’ process you have to perform whenever you get the dreaded reminder email from your HR department, but rather the key role of effective leaders.
I recently came across an article on Information Week that highlighted some of the challenges Android is currently facing with its app store. Given the criticism Apple has been receiving about the degree of control they exert (both in terms of their technology stack and the standards they apply to 3rd party apps on their […]
I attended a webinar sponsored by the Society for New Communications Research last week where Charlene Li presented an overview of her new book “Open Leadership: How Social Technology Can Transform the Way You Lead.” In it, Charlene claims that the emerging growth of social media will have far-reaching implications on business and requires a […]