Steve Jobs passed away at the age of 56 on Oct 5, 2011 (1955-2011). A great visionary and inspiring individual, Jobs leaves behind a deep and lasting imprint not just on his products but also in the hearts of millions. His passing away comes a day after Apple unveiled iPhone 4S. Steve Jobs was not […]
Ah this is the fourth and last of the series, “Do I have what it takes to be a Thought Leader?“. Finally I shall focus on the Way to get there. So far we have seen, the basic characteristics, the why, and the how of Thought leadership. There is no single path to get to […]
Don’t swat it! Just study it for a moment. Beautiful ain’t it? However, if it buzzes anywhere near you, careful of its sting! The Worker bee, is the most busy among the “caste” of bees. And it creates the most intricate and complex structure, the Hive. Also exhibited is a very disciplined manner of working […]
Ah Ha! Wondering why I have picked up Sun Tzu’s book, Art of War, for some Gyaan in the middle of the week? Well its one of those days, when things at work settle down a bit, and the weekend looms so near, that the body itself goes into a relaxed state. Tune in and […]
Humans are social animals. They live together in society and are considered gregarious. Seeking Solitude and Isolation are exceptions. Since time immemorial humans have hunted together in “groups” to get their prey. Groups or members of the same clan were composed of teams of individuals, each individual bringing their own skill to the kill. This […]
I plan to write a series of articles on “Do I have what it takes to be a Thought Leader?” Here I will address what it takes to be a “Thought Leader” – the essential characteristics, the why, the how, and the way to get there. In the first article, I will raise the questions […]
This article talks about a quote once said to me by my professor. How should a leader approach himself towards a great leadership. It suggests that all leaders should be humble and with humility. Leaders do considers themselves as zero and are behind a great team. They never keep themselves over and above team. They own responsibilities and own failures with dignity but never take entire credit of success.