Significance of Being Powerful

Lisa Weington, director of Zurich cancer centre is planning to boost the institution by delivering a single centre for all the tests needed by any cancer patients so that when a patient comes with abnormal symptoms in the hospital they must leave with proper medications and treatment plan. For this she needs to indulge every department of the hospital in her plan. Although she is a director, still everyone has its own plan and she has little say in everyone’s personal project. We cannot compel anyone to perform something out of their work. In such a situation what Lisa actually needs is ‘Power’. To implement strategies she needs her positional power to pursue everyone towards single goals. “Power was my first significant focus even when I was teaching at Harvard. I let my students use tools and ideas and even enable them to bring change in their careers”.

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Synchronizing and Execution of Principles to Achieve Results

The well established notion that strategy and execution is two faces of the coin has become a foil concept. 2nd grade strategy and the first class execution is always a preferred choice over first grade strategy and the second class execution. Most of the strategy often fails because they are not well executed. The study by Richard and Jason that execution is the key to the success of strategy is flawed in itself. It restricts employees from asking questions to their superior which could raise a lot of unnecessary doubts and poor implementation. Also Richard and Jason theory allows firms to blame their employees for their ineffective execution and failure. To understand it more one needs to take a brilliant strategy that is being poorly executed. So the question raised is how brilliant the result is poor. The aim of this strategy is to generate positive scope and even if it does not deliver desired results yet it can be brilliant. It can be possible that brilliant strategy can work for other companies so brilliant strategies are those whose results are exemplary.

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Expertise Required For Front-Line Executives

Jordan Ray is heading towards Medanta The Medicity to take cognizance of nurses at work. His job involves observing how health care workers are performing their duty. He is a part of the expert innovative team of Medanta. His everyday work is to make notes, take photos and design sketches of people involved in healthcare. These notes and photos consist of physical and logical analysis of specialists, what they are doing, what tools they are using and how they communicate. Other than this he also involves subjective analysis like he asks nurses how they feel about the work. He knows the information he is taking will be important in future if it is not yet. After all these analysis, the next goal is to find hidden clues to find the nature of the problem. Medanta is serving in 10 countries and providing healthcare to 10 million workers. It is a great place to study innovation in healthcare practice and in harnessing the opportunity. Innovation sector has a large social purpose beyond the Medanta boundaries to accelerate the pace of improved health sectors.

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Designing of Co-Creative Corporate Management

These days companies are so focused towards attracting and satisfying their customers that their strategy slips to incorporate stakeholders employees, suppliers, and distributors efforts too.  By focusing on improving the experience of everyone involved in corporate practices can help in achieving breakthrough insights, lower cost, new revenues, and new business models. Now the latest initiative to invite everyone to give their valuable insight through social media is also changing the working style of companies. Stakeholders have little or no say in the product development and people don’t want the product to be imposed on them. They want to make an equal contribution in product development and work co creatively with the organization. Thanks to technology, it is now getting easier to communicate and share ideas. In late 1995s many companies opened two way communication to let consumers participate in product development. Dominos for example invited customers to make recommendations in flavoring pizzas according to their taste. Similarly Dell, Starbucks, PNG  have also galvanized consumers into their product development.

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Advantages of Alumni Networks

Alumni new turn out to be an especially effective and kind of social network. With mushrooming educational centres around the globe, one way to stand out from domestic and international competition is by promoting its brand and institutes alumni are its best option connecting alumni networks for business always work.

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Benefits of Adopting Open Source Strategy

Your open source strategy connects the plans for managing, participating and creating open source software with the business objective that the plan serves. The most important thing in C suite is to align your open source strategy with the company’s goal. One element of the strategy is to decide, where to contribute? Which open source projects are strategically good for your company? Is there a project that your operation team loses to run your critical enterprise infrastructure? How many people do you need and what skills are required?

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What is Mutual Resource Utilization and How Does it Work?

Mutual consumption is the shared use of goods or services by a group. For more than a decade Uber and Ola are sharing their ride services. It is a form of peer-to-peer sharing, renting. It allows consumers to obtain resources that they need, while also allowing them to provide resources that other needs have not been fully utilized. It can be seen in society in numerous ways like lending, battering, renting, gifting, swapping, banking etc.

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Tips to Be a Perfect HR

How many politicians convey their political agenda, how any business entity design products according to the consumer choice. This art of finding out what people think is called polling. Statistics play an important role in understanding people and grabbing their attention. There are several traditional methods of doing surveys that are losing their effectiveness now and hence restructuration of opinion polling need to be remade. Response rates are declining, it might be because of advancement in technology which can filter junk calls, find unknown IDs and also people willingness to participate in polling is also declining. So it is making it harder for polster to make polling.

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How to prevent a company from potential takeover?

The idea of corporate takeover is getting common as the economy is boosting and revenue is increasing. Take over often takes place for a number of reasons like potential for significant revenue enhancement, expanding franchise, introducing operating cost. While most of the takeovers are friendly, means stakeholders support acquisition however sometimes it can be hostile when acquisition occurs against the consent of existing members of board. Old way to defend your company from potential takeovers is diminishing. The classical ‘poison pill’ arsenal is disappearing. The main reason hostile acquisition removal methods are applied because of ineffective management.

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Art of Investing in Underdog Ventures

We have seen in movies that sometimes underdog characters won the best performance award. Even in the corporate world sometimes underdog companies win races against many established companies in the same product. Underdog ventures seek to set a standard for leadership and a high creative environment through their work with high net-worth social investors or profit minded CEOs. Underdog ventures add two ingredients to their marketing: first is creation of growing and second is the importance of combined work power.

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