Lessons from political governance are instructive even for corporations
Management needs new ways of thinking to make companies survive and grow for the long term, and to be sustainable companies in every sense of the word
Regulators and board directors should be sensitive to advance signals, usually manifested through behavioural aberrations before the failure
Wisdom is born out of controlling lower ground thinking by the discipline of higher ground thinking-the word discipline is noteworthy
When you think of celebrities - CEOs, ministers, bureaucrats, actors and sportsmen - you note that they have a swarm of myrmidons around them
Who knows how present leaders will be regarded by history!
Here's the backstory of Biocon's Alzumab which has been approved by the CDSCO for the treatment of Covid-19 in India
The "long game" should be the new face of business strategy
The aggregate machinery of government seems to be failing our citizens
To an extent, leaders do sell dreams to their followers but that should not become a litany of unfulfilled promises
What we observe currently is a dilution of the formal channels of communication, while there is not much evidence of the informal ones evolving
The complete denial of luck or coincidence in leadership success/failure seems misplaced
Managers must reflect on ways to unleash passion, a purposeful culture and positivity within the organisation
In the concluding part of the series, the author talks about the mindset, behaviour and action of 'shapers'
To win in life, you don't require ambition for its own sake. Leaders need to think of humility as being in the service of ambition