Category Archives: Management

Practical advice in order to be effective


Executives should prioritize if they want to be effective. Keeping this in my mind, I wrote to my notebook screen and mobile phone screen three upto five most important projects I should allocate my time. In this manner, it is … Continue reading

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Have You Met With My Advisory Board ?


On the eve of critical business decisions or during tough times, I try to imagine what would these great people would mentor me with their valuable suggestions if they were alive and exists in my advisory board. I have read … Continue reading

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A’s hire A’s, B’s hire C’s


One of the Donald Rumsfeld‘s (13th and 21st US Secretary of Defense) rules is: “A’s hire A’s, B’s hire C’s“ which reminds the recruiter to hire the best people, who may even be smarter and more talented than than the recruiter. The … Continue reading

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Rosabeth Moss Kanter’s 3 arguments for favoring partnership


In my previous post with the title: “Solo Entrepreneurship vs Partnership“, I favored having a partner as opposed to solo entrepreneurship, (i.e. solopreneurs). A few minutes ago, I have seen a tweet from Rosabeth Moss Kanter who is an influential … Continue reading

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Power and Authority


Power means “the ability to influence people“. For example, if you have the ability to persuade your friends to move in the same direction as you do, then you have the power. Authority is the “official power“. For example if you are … Continue reading

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Seven sins that “engineer entrepreneurs” should unlearn?


I am an engineer entrepreneur. I am proud to be an engineer and I use most of the excellent principles of engineering. But there are some habits of engineering that I needed to unlearn to be a better entrepreneur: Seven Habits(**) … Continue reading

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Simple Strategy: Do it FIRST (and/or) Do it BEST !


First advice: Do it FIRST, do it BEST. Second advice: If you can not do both, then choose either one of them.  If you can not still manage to be first or to be best, then try to be unique … Continue reading

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