Reading a magazine’s very last page and very last item sounded very familiar to me in a different context. It quoted Emma-Jayne Winson, the first female jockey to win the Queen’s Plate, Canada’s oldest thoroghbred race, in 2007. Here it… Read More ›
How Project Managers Can Help Retain the Talented Resources
Organization rise and fall based on people involved in leading, managing and supporting. It has become a deciding factor for success in any organization to hire, nurture and retain the great talent. Organizations have in past gone out of way to attract key talented resources from… Read More ›
Fountain of Wisdom
Rose & Robert Skillman Library in Detroit has engraving “The Fountain of Wisdom Flows Through the Books“. To drink from this fountain, I continue to read books and here are some that I have completed recently and would like to… Read More ›
7 Step to Effective Networking At Any Event – For Starters
Networking is must have capability of professional growth these days. Sometimes with our shyness, limited beliefs or lack of knowledge puts us into disadvantage. Here are 7 steps to begin with.
11 Principles of Leadership
I came across 11 leadership principles of Marine Corps in Guide Book for Marines on the Internet and here is my interpretation of 11 principles. I am interested in hearing from Marines about their leadership experience. Take responsibility – we need to seek… Read More ›
7 Blunders of the world
Mahatma Gandhi (1869 – 1948) was a great leader, lived his life for others and his words of wisdom have given direction to many. Doesn’t matter what we do or where we stand in life, these 7 mistakes, if committed will… Read More ›
Don’t Settle – Stay Hungry – Stay Foolish
Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.
3-Rs for Leaders
Read more Reflect more Risk more Leaders ought to read a lot to stay ahead. Each day is blessed with new discoveries and useful information. Using the 80/20 rule, find out what is out there that you need to know. … Read More ›
Life is bigger than that!
2008 is nearing the completion of business work days and it was one of the eventful year. We have seen all from US election to Canadian elections, Wall-street meltdown to Automotive bailout, Saturday Night Live comedy to economic worries. All… Read More ›
Fast, Cheap AND Good
Can’t pick any two? You also need all three – fast, cheap and good? It has been very commonly used set of options in I.T. when offering an alternative or usually when dealing with issues from outsourced service. Someone will… Read More ›
PMI Membership Benefits
I volunteer at my PMI (Project Management Institute) local chapter called Great Lakes Chapter (www.pmiglc.org). I enjoy the benefits of PMI membership in form of monthly magazine called PM Network and accompanied paper called PMI Today. Both are informative and I… Read More ›
Cheese Moved? Doesn’t Matter.
We, as a professional, are hired by organizations to deliver results and perform. As time passes, our daily job becomes our universe. We spend our energies resolving problems, improving processes, saving money and many other good things. Sometimes we are ignorant and sometimes we are… Read More ›
What Got You Here, Won’t Get You There
I read many books in 2007 and one of the best that I want to mention here is What Got You Here, Won’t Get You There by Marshall Goldsmith.This book is all about how successful people become even more successful. … Read More ›