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What Were They Thinking?: Unconventional Wisdom About Management

        Fans of Jeffrey Pfeffer will not be disappointed with the case studies and examples he provides in his latest book, “What Were They Thinking?: Unconventional Wisdom About Management”. Subjects covered include:•    Corporate culture, •    Employee development, •    General managers, •    Interpersonal communications, •    Participative management, •    Performance management, •    Team leadership, •    Teamwork.Every day companies and their leaders […]

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India’s middle class wants a better life – and what this means to you

If India continues on its current high growth path, incomes will almost triple over the next two decades, and the country will climb from its position as the twelfth-largest consumer market today to become the world’s fifth-largest consumer market by 2025.A study by the McKinsey Global Institute suggests that if India can achieve 7.3 percent […]

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Are You Delegating So It Sticks? How to make delegation easier and more effective

As a manager, you’re well aware of the importance of developing subordinates, and that means delegating responsibilities to them that will hone their problem-solving and decision-making powers. But when pressure is building and the clock ticking, sometimes the better option seems to be tackling a challenge yourself rather than coaching an employee in doing it. […]

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How World-Class Companies Profit from Passion and Purpose – how to gain ‘share of heart’, not just share of wallet

        In Firms of Endearment: How World-Class Companies Profit from Passion and Purpose (Wharton School Publishing), authors Raj Sisodia, Jag Sheth and David Wolfe suggest that the best firms in today’s marketplace are those that deliver emotional, experiential and social value to all their stakeholders, from customers and partners to investors and society. […]

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Will You Help or Heave Underperformers? This HBR article offers practical advice on addressing underperformers

Finding and replacing underperforming key managers is an arduous and time-consuming task, but you can’t tolerate underperformance. In making the choice whether to keep an underperforming manager, you owe it to yourself, your organization, and the manager in question to take at least one shot at diagnosing and addressing the underlying causes of unsatisfactory performance, […]

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What does work-life balance mean to you and would you give something up to get it?

I’m curious to know: what does work-life balance mean to you?  Is it important, a nice to have or a must have?  Is it something you value enough to forego something else – like promotional prospects or pay?   I got thinking about this after reading an article in the Australian Financial Review a couple of […]

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