Hyper-connectivity


We live in a Hyper-connected world. As usual there is no accepted definition of the term but you can look it up in Wikipedia, Wikispace, TechTarget or look at the http://hyperconnective.org However, I guess, you would know the meaning of the term even without a definition. Even in the absence of a clear definition one thing … Continue reading

8 of 50 Most Influential Management Gurus is of Indian Origin


Every 2 years, The Thinkers 50, publishes a list of The 50 Most Influential Management Gurus. Harvard Business Review is the media sponsor and McGraw Hill is the video sponsor. The list contains many well-known names. I have listed some of them: Jim Collins (Good to Great & Build to Last), Michael Porter (Competitive Advantage), … Continue reading

Sleeping over a Problem vs. Deciding in a Blink


Barack Obama had chosen to sleep on his decision to authorize the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. This, according to Maarten Bos and Amy Cuddy, is exactly what scientific research would prescribe when facing a complex decision. In Harvard Business Review Article titled “A Counter-Intuitive Approach to Making Complex Decisions” they point out that … Continue reading