5 Questions to Ask About Your Organization’s Execution

In previous blog posts, I have given you thoughts on how factors such as Strategy, Politics, Innovation and Culture can be used to achieve Business Transformation in your organization. Today, I am going to talk about how these factors need Execution to be successful.Generally speaking, Execution is the act of doing or performing something. In terms of the organization, … Continue reading 5 Questions to Ask About Your Organization’s Execution

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Khan’s Oath For Technology Professionals

I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this pledge: I will respect but also appropriately challenge the hard-won technological gains of those technology professionals in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those diversity of people who are to follow. I will apply, for … Continue reading Khan’s Oath For Technology Professionals

How Mediocre Hiring Managers Hire Mediocre Employees

Once upon a time, there was a hiring manager who always worked with mediocre employees and had never worked with a great employee. One day a great employee A from another organization decided to work for the organization of the hiring manager. The hiring manager took a long, hard look at employee A's resume and … Continue reading How Mediocre Hiring Managers Hire Mediocre Employees

How to Save Tweets Using Free Tools

Twitter is a great free tool to send, receive and share micro (small) messages (aka tweets) with other Twitter users. These tweets are limited to 280 characters (as of writing this post) and can include images and videos. Once you login to your Twitter account, it defaults to Home where you can see your timeline. … Continue reading How to Save Tweets Using Free Tools

Top 5 Team Lessons From the World Cup

The 2018 FIFA World Cup began in Russia on June 14, 2018 and ends on July 15, 2018. It is largest sporting event in the world that happens every 4 years. This year's FIFA World Cup brings together the men's national football (aka soccer) teams from 32 countries. It is projected that almost half of … Continue reading Top 5 Team Lessons From the World Cup