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If you’re a team lead, collaboration in the workplace is an important part of your job. However, this can also be one of the greatest
Financial literacy is key to success. However, many women do not have a good equation with finance for varied reasons. But if women take charge
It was amusing to read a tweet by Anand Mahindra, the Chairman of the Mahindra group, welcoming Tesla to the automobile industry: Welcome to the
Many employers argue that losing employees who want to leave is difficult, but having them not quit is even worse, as their averseness to not go the extra
Creativity no longer is restricted to a few professions. It is a trait that is being embraced by organisations globally and has resulted in new
Have you ever worked in a brilliant team before? A team where you looked forward to going to work each day, one that gave you
Acknowledging your conflict aversion and mindfully working towards giving constructive feedback is the first step. If done in a respectful manner and the feedback is
Best sales managers always demonstrate great leadership qualities. One of the most important roles for you as a sales manager is to steer away from
It’s proven that high-engagement leadership requires a connection. So to help you connect purposefully and manage your team effectively, we have put together 7 effective
An organization is as good as its team. People are the most important resource of any organization. When you combine the energy, knowledge, and skills
Employees at all levels frequently experience underperformance, and each circumstance differs. Individual errors, hostile interpersonal relationships, poor communication between the team leader and members, or
Introduction Decision making is crucial to the functioning of an organization or any life for that matter. As managers or leaders, your team and organization
Is a debt-free company a sign of achievement for a company? Should all businesses become debt-free? Or does debt actually have a benefit?
Srinivasa Addepalli provides a perspective on this question that has a personal finance application too. Should you take a loan to buy a house? Or repay your loan from your savings?
To build a learning culture, leaders have to change the dialogue they have with their teams.
Yamini Gupta shares five questions that leaders can include in their meetings and reviews to make learning part of the business language.
How do I quit my job, is an oft-asked question. Everyone wants to quit their jobs and be on their own, or start a new venture.
These fantasies remain as such because they are not backed up with sufficient intent and preparation. Srinivasa Addepalli describes three steps that could get you ready.
Steve Jobs is the platinum standard for presentations. He has inspired many leaders and books have been written about Jobs’ presentation secrets.
In this post, Srinivasa Addepalli shares 3 lessons from Steve Jobs that we can all apply in our business presentations.
Often, we let ourselves be defined by labels, either imposed by others or by ourselves.
Labels can be helpful, but can also limit our potential. How do we ensure that we benefit from the labels without letting them constrain us?
Usha Rangarajan delves into this topic.
Most managers confuse customer value with price, resulting in price becoming the primary attribute for selling.
The confusion between value, price and cost causes us to lose money. Srinivasa Addepalli offers a simple framework to understand these three terms and also determine customer value.
Our school system is designed for linearity and mediocrity, an assembly line over spread over 12 years.
Can we use the Covid disruption to reimagine a different system, one that solves the problems of inadequate teachers and lack of choice?
Srinivasa Addepalli takes inspiration from the traditional Gurukul system to offer some suggestions.
Business decisions, particularly those involving investments, require managers to build financial models and evaluate the attractiveness of the investment. As we go about this process, there are three financial concepts of decision making that are crucial.
Why are large organizations often unable to handle sales or customer service issues at the operating level? Why does escalation become the norm?
When I look back at over 20 years of my professional life and think about the work tool that I have used the most and also been exposed to most frequently, it has to be PowerPoint.
Srinivasa Addepalli, CEO – GlobalGyan Academy, is currently reading ‘Stand Out’ by Dorie Clark.
It would not be an overstatement if I said that during the three months of lockdown, I have spent more time with food than ever before. Not only has its consumption increased, but also my involvement in its preparation (and the aftermath) has not been insignificant. So, it is safe to say that I have given food a lot of thought!
Future Conversations is a series of discussions with business leaders, academics and entrepreneurs by GlobalGyan.
Ajay Nanavati is the former Chairman, Syndicate Bank and MD, 3M India. He is an innovation evangelist and a Director on the boards of several companies.
How do we create differentiation in low-engagement, mature product categories?
Now is a tough time for all leaders, faced with choices that are all bad, and outcomes that they have to live with forever. It is important for us to think of the role each of us plays in supporting or derailing leadership. In particular, there are two member types in every organisation that we must be wary of.
Google Maps in 2016 announced that their ubiquitous app map service would now be updated with offline functionalities. Basically someone can download directions while online