About Kulveer Virk

Dear Visitor,

Thank you for your interest and stopping by at this blog.

I write on management and leadership, because I believe both go hand in hand, although ratio of mix might be different in each case with every individual. If leaders can not manage what they lead and if manager can not lead the initiatives they intend to manage; outcome will not be good. We all have unique perspectives therefore we lead and manage as per the need.

Seek to renew yourself even when you are hitting home runs. – Howard Schultz, Chairman & CEO of Starbucks

I work in project management domain and lead complex global project teams. At present, I am working for one of the major automotive company. I hold Masters Degree in Engineering from India. I also serve as member for the board of directors for an energy utility company.

When you have a good vision, you don’t change it dramatically each year. – Paul Bulcke, CEO of Nestle

My objective is to learn from interaction with blog visitors, offer trusted and useful information on management, share my perspective on leadership challenges, and give personal development ideas through my blog.

To be successful, you got to have a vision, a plan and then simply execute it. – Kulveer Virk

I enjoy learning new stuff, listening easy music, reading books on management, business or self-improvement, playing with my children, interacting with friends, etc.

Thank you again, and enjoy the visit. Don’t forget to leave your feedback.

Kulveer Virk

P.S. – All opinions expressed in my blog are my personal views and do NOT reflect opinions of my employer or any other organization I am associated with. I make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, correctness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, damages arising from its display or use. In addition, my thoughts and opinions change from time to time. I consider this a necessary consequence of having an open mind. I may update, change or delete earlier post periodically.

18 replies

  1. Good blog / website.


  2. informative blog..good work, keep it up.

    – Segi

  3. Good job KV! You need to also add list of books on tape… all the ones that you have been recommending me for all these years 🙂

  4. This is a good website Kulveer. The information is great. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Great Website.

    We met at the Cricket grounds, Chetan suggested to check this blog out. Very Impressive work

  6. Nice job Kulveer. Info is really interesting… Gave me another insite to your interests and skills! I liked your Whiteboard entry especially.

  7. Nice blog..

    I will check out the books you listed on the site..

  8. very nice…infact this is one of the blog that is worth reading if you are progressing towords ur career goals in ur niche area of specialization..
    Im adding u on my blogroll..and will try to publish some of the article from here…


  9. thanks for adding me into your blogroll. really appreciate it though i’m not so actively involved in the blogosphere anymore. 😦

  10. I like this website. I am also a Project Manager in construction company in Chicago. Information on this website is very helpful!!!

  11. Kulveer, thank you for the link and comment on WeirdGuy. It looks like we have a lot in common on the topics we write about. I’ll check back often — good material here.

    Keep writing, -eb

  12. I was also at the detroit event with Sri Sri. it was a fun and informative evening

  13. Hi Kulveer, you ranked extremely high in my Google search for ‘Management Blog’ so you must be doing something right! And you have some great content, too. Congratulations.

  14. Hi Kulveer, It must be challenging times in the auto industry at the moment. Good luck for your career and thanks for the quality content on your blog.

  15. Hi Kulveer,

    Happy new year.

    Please readd me in your blogroll.


  16. Hi Kulveer, I like your quote at the top about ‘how and why’. I was listening to ‘The Secret’ audiobook yesterday and they said that getting hung up on the ‘how’ is where most people fail to achieve their goals/dreams. Good luck with your goals/dreams.

  17. I stepped in to your blog to understand Salience model of SH analysis and it was pretty good. Keep up the good work. I am P Seenivasan a certified Program and Project Management Professional based at Hyderabad, India.

    – PS

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