By ROUBEENI MOHAN
Succession planning is a vital component in an organisation to ensure the sustained success of any business, in identifying talent which will fill important roles of organisations in the future or in time of calamity.
By CHRISTIAN STEWART
While the founder is alive, the family is kept together and works together in the business. But what happens when the founder is no longer around? Can the siblings work together as equal owners to continue the family firm?
By R VENKATESWARAN
When organisations look at sustainability, the most frequently highlighted fact is the numbers that help to hold up the organisation. In the long-term war for continued profitable existence, the ability of the people to drive the business forward and hold it together for the future, rarely, makes headline news.
By JOSEPH LALONDE
Logan is the Wolverine movie fans have been waiting for. It is also packed with leadership lessons. Here are 18 leadership lessons and quotes from the movie, Logan. You've been warned. Spoilers ahead!
By THE JOHN MAXWELL COMPANY
Training a successor isn’t just a last-minute chore. Rather, you can prepare your successor now through the character you display, the choices you make, and the seeds you sow.
BY JONATHAN YABUT
In football, the team captain or the star player sets up the team’s defence and organises the calculation of the goalkeeper’s next shot. Whether it’s in the corporate or sporting world, someone has to call the final shot.
In this series of Raise Your Game, Roshan Thiran from Leaderonomics speaks warmly of the legacy of the late Datuk Dr Mohd Fowzi Bin Hj Razi, executive managing director of Suria Capital Holdings Bhd who passed on last July 2015.
By ELISA DASS AVIN
When a wrong choice of leaders lead to disastrous results such as loss of direction, disengaged culture, slumping profits, or even threats of bankruptcy for the organisation, we start to wonder why the leader was placed in such a position in the first place?