Successful decision making needs this balance

Adopted from the following great insight provided by Malcolm Gladwell in his book BLINK. “Truly successful decision making relies on a balance between deliberate and instinctive thinking.”

Who would have imagined this truth about SNAP judgements

Adopted from the following great insight provided by Malcolm Gladwell in his book BLINK , enlightens us on this truth about snap judgements. “Just as we can teach ourselves to think logically and deliberately, we can also teach ourselves to make better snap judgments. The power of knowing, in that first two seconds, is notContinue reading “Who would have imagined this truth about SNAP judgements”

This beautiful insight enlightens us on the power of SNAP judgement

Adopted from the following great insight provided by Malcolm Gladwell in his book BLINK. “It is quite possible for people who have never met us and who have spent only twenty minutes thinking about us to come to a better understanding of who we are than people who have known us for years.”

This is why “Right Brain” oriented thinking will rule in the modern day economy

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Daniel Pink in his book A Whole New Mind. “We are moving from an economy and a society built on the logical, linear, computer like capabilities of the Information Age to an economy and a society built on the inventive, empathetic, big-picture capabilities of what’s rising inContinue reading “This is why “Right Brain” oriented thinking will rule in the modern day economy”

An enduring culture of discipline cannot be built with force

Great organizations led by Level 5 leaders build an enduring culture of discipline whereas comparison companies who are led by talented yet not Level 5 leaders tend to personally discipline the organization through sheer force. This comparison is a leadership masterclass and shows why Level 5 leadership is so difficult to attain.. Adopted from JimContinue reading “An enduring culture of discipline cannot be built with force”

Understanding about ROWE

ROWE stands for Results Only Work Environment a human resource management concept created by Jody Thompson and Cali Ressler wherein employees are paid for results(output) rather than number of hours worked. This concept is becoming more and more popular in the modern day of the knowledge and finds a mention in Daniel Pink’s book Drive.Continue reading “Understanding about ROWE”

Biggest difference between “intelligence” and “creativity”

“Intelligence looks for what is known to solve problems. Creativity looks for what is unknown to discover possibilities.” Adopted from Simon Sinek’s great quotes