I’ve made it no secret that I’m far from the world’s best networker. In fact, as a raging introvert, I struggle to enjoy your typical glad-handing event. I’ll network, but, it’s not without pain. I have to plan carefully and prepare my mind. I envy those who love to network (and insist they join me…
We were just over two months away from wrapping up our best year ever. Momentum was strong. Morale was high. And, the team I had worked so hard to fashion was humming in high performance mode. And then the shoe dropped. In late October one of my senior executives was recruited away, enticed by the…
It takes more than just having smart people. You need leadership, too.
How much time are you wasting by resisting change? Instead of dreading the inevitable, think about what it makes possible. Perhaps an upgrade is actually in store
Don’t use your transactional sales tactics to make relational sales, because it won’t work.
In my experience, purpose — asking why — is a long-term strategy. Unless you’re already an iconic brand (Apple), it takes more than just ‘why’ to get people to buy. Don’t forget steps two and three!
From a pure product perspective, I find perceptions like those against India software engineering to be dangerous. Frankly, it’s FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt).
Disciplined execution is important, but it’s only half of what’s needed if you’re going to build something great.
One of the biggest roadblocks many leaders face is their inability to build momentum. Here’s how to build momentum…the easy way.
How would you explain a high performance culture? And how would you make it dignified? Don’t laugh: it’s not only possible, it’s being done! Here’s how.