By SANDY CLARKE
The idea that quitting equates to failure or weakness is sorely misguided. It’s much better, we’re told, to grin and bear the struggles and carry on regardless—that’s the way to show strength. Except, it’s not.
By SANDY CLARKE
The success of Tata Sons under Ratan Tata’s stewardship, and the social change he has seen manifest thanks to the company’s innovations, make the Harvard-educated Indian one of the great leaders of Asia, if not the world.
By KARIN HURT
Your job description is the skeleton—the unimaginative view of minimal requirements. Many will stop there and stay put. And that’s a tragedy... Of course you need job descriptions. It’s just time to get more creative.
By ALLISON TODD
When children gleefully dance, not caring that anyone may be judging them, they’re working hard at something that comes very naturally to them. Why does it seem like kids are so willing to put themselves out there and take a chance?
By JACK CHUA
Zev Siegl was one of the co-founders of Starbucks. Although he left Starbucks in 1980 after a decade of service, he continues to be a relevant force that champions the vital role SMEs play in the economy.
In this series of Raise Your Game, Leaderonomics brings in Tom Conine, a financial expert and founder of Tri Corporation, to speak about the importance of financial leadership in today's chaotic and volatile economic situation.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
In most Asian countries, our exposure to sales comes much later in life, usually when we start a business. We also soon realise that regardless of how amazing our products or services are, if we can’t sell them, our business will collapse.