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From directing all-time worldwide grosser, like Titanic and Avatar, to co-designing as well as navigating a submersible to a depth of 10,908 metres, a world record for solo dives.
The relationship between the three Intel founders was complicated, and in that complication, can be found their greatness, says Michael Malone, author, The Intel Trinity.
Asking personal questions during an interview enables us to gain an insight into the person’s life and understand what truly drives him.
Very few CEOs can claim to have a doctorate, a few patents, a clutch of scientific papers and management books under their belt but Dr Kevin Kennedy ticks all the boxes.
CEO of UBM India Joji George hired a open top convertible and drove from San Francisco to Los Angeles with a stopover at Napa Valley for wine tasting. It was exhilarating.
Rally with your allies  (29 August 08:48 am) 
It is a widely held belief among organizations that forging long-term relationships with dedicated vendors is crucial for supply chain excellence. Industries like the auto sector have understood this
A Honda veteran with stints in Italy, Germany and Spain, Muramatsu saw HMSI volumes soar from 1.6 million to 3.6 million in his three years at the India office.
A Honda veteran with stints in Italy, Germany and Spain, Muramatsu saw HMSI volumes soar from 1.6 million to 3.6 million in his three years at the India office.
A Honda veteran with stints in Italy, Germany and Spain, Muramatsu saw HMSI volumes soar from 1.6 million to 3.6 million in his three years at the India office.
More is not merrier  (26 August 11:52 pm) 
When output is low and almost every task is delayed, many at the top layer believe that resource groups are not productive enough.
Mindwise: How We Understand What Others Think, Believe, Feel, and Want, Epley outlines some of the common perception biases and how to work past them.
Mindwise: How We Understand What Others Think, Believe, Feel, and Want, Epley outlines some of the common perception biases and how to work past them.
Read these books to gauge people better  (22 August 09:47 am) 
Three books suggested by professor, psychologist and author Nicholas Epley - Personal Intelligence, The Tell and Seeing What Others Don\'t.
Read these books to gauge people better  (26 August 11:52 pm) 
Three books suggested by professor, psychologist and author Nicholas Epley - Personal Intelligence, The Tell and Seeing What Others Don\'t.
How do you get extraordinary results from ordinary people? Mumbai\'s dabbawalas provide the answers, says Harvard\'s Stefan Thomke.
How do you get extraordinary results from ordinary people? Mumbai\'s dabbawalas provide the answers, says Harvard\'s Stefan Thomke.
How do you get extraordinary results from ordinary people? Mumbai\'s dabbawalas provide the answers, says Harvard\'s Stefan Thomke.
Krishna Prasad Chigurupati, MD, Granules India, speaks on the leadership lessons learnt from marathon running
Krishna Prasad Chigurupati, MD, Granules India, speaks on the leadership lessons learnt from marathon running
Across the world, especially amongst social & environmental activists, all corporations are seen as the agents of evil capitalism that reduces everything & everyone into a commodity.
Across the world, especially amongst social & environmental activists, all corporations are seen as the agents of evil capitalism that reduces everything & everyone into a commodity.
When asked about the his street food surprise, Henry Moses, Country Manager-India, Qatar Airways said, \"I have relished fried frog legs in Bangkok. It\'s better than chicken.\"
When asked about the his street food surprise, Henry Moses, Country Manager-India, Qatar Airways said, \"I have relished fried frog legs in Bangkok. It\'s better than chicken.\"
More is not merrier  (22 August 06:48 am) 
When output is low and almost every task is delayed, many at the top layer believe that resource groups are not productive enough.
In his recently published book, he weaves his own story with the stories of numerous gay executives he has met, to paint a picture of how tortured life can be for those in hiding.