This blog para-phrases what we can learn from William Kamkwamba - The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind - a movie on netflix & a true story. I thought it to be very relevant in current pandemic crisis.
Taking learning from everyday life to enhance power of letting go and how it applies to leadership principles #leadership #management
2020 is about #motivation. This could be for anything but it is necessary to have #motivation
A quick byte on collaboration and a reminder to creating network effect within organization.
A small article that reminds us about how to create an environment of delegation #leadership #management
While working through 2018 & reflecting back , I have gathered small reflections that have helped me personally to balance and continue to move another year in sustainable manner & yes there is no midlife crisis neither the musings of nirvana but pure realistic facts that have moved me all along the year gone by!#stop-look-goVery … Continue reading Welcome 2019!…#keepgoing
Being a week-end it was easy to catch-up on FIFA World Cup games and what more than to see France and Argentina fight out. It was an outstanding game where team dynamics accompanied with individual caliber led to France edging Argentina out. While it sounds sad and a heart-break for many Argentinian fans , one … Continue reading Lessons From France v/s Argentina Game
Decoding Team qualities , read on my small post on what I have inferred over a period of time
I chanced to read following article Steven Sinofsky on Building Your Product Team published on the MixPanel blog. It had some great insights which , I have captured for my readers and fellow companions who cross their path with product management. From the above blog "Steven Sinofsky is known as one of product management’s earliest champions. … Continue reading Reflections By Steven Sinofsky
You might heard following phrases several times : "This is a wrong decision , we should not made this call" "Why did you not inform us , otherwise we would have made right decision" "I think if we would have collaborated , we could have made a right call on this issue" Being a programmer at core … Continue reading Good Better Best – Quality of Decision