On a hot summer day, during a zoo visit, the kids observed animals and occasionally burst into laughter making fun … Continue reading The Caveman On Change Management
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Best performing companies go bankrupt as they do not cope with the pace of change. A Phoenix co-founder will contribute to renew the company’s business model when it hurts! Continue reading Why a Phoenix is the Ideal Cofounder?
Let’s imagine ourselves in the shoes of Marc Zuckerberg while launching Facebook. His business idea was to introduce a product … Continue reading Y-Combinator Secrets to Building Billion Dollar Products
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Assessing tech skills is tough. Assessing culture fit is way tougher. Here are 7 actionable sources of information anyone can leverage to unveil candidate’s culture fit. Continue reading 7 Actionable Ways to Assess Candidate’s Culture Fit
…And here’s why you should adopt it too A few weeks back I was lucky enough to go on a detox … Continue reading Basecamp is the only company I know that uses the TM3 (Time Management Cube).
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An idea can change the world but… A new idea often meets rejection. Late Steve Jobs said:
They begin as fragile, barely formed thoughts, so easily missed, so easily compromised, so easily just squished.
Read to discover how to better manage our automatic response to newness. Continue reading The (ultimate) Guide to Open-mindedness