Defining the True Meaning of Leadership

Our leaders who were born around world wars have their well designed set of business practices and procedures. While leaders born in between 1965 to 1985 have different ideologies. They want to design their own paths. Differences arise more when each age group people sit for the same purpose because it is not possible to draw boundaries between them. Baby boomers in their time had competed for everything like jobs, money, infrastructure and promotion. For them it was a big achievement. However new one between the early 1980s and 1990s have faced sudden economic and social changes. Earlier ‘lay off’ was so uncommon that employees were not even preparing themselves for this but now manager plans in advance so that to not put all their potential into one corporate.

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Multiplier and Diminisher

Some leaders stifle their employees and some make them shine. As a leader, learning how to bring out the best in others is one of the most important things. Aubrey Daniels a thought leader and internationally recognized expert said, leaders need to be the most capable person in organisation to recognize multipliers and diminishers. Who is the diminisher? Suppose there are 20000 top-grade employees in the company and you listen to only one or two as you find them only capable such leaders are called diminishers. But then there are other kinds of leaders who instead of forcing their own ideas, allow employees to come up with smart and innovative solutions. They are multipliers. However these leaders have craved good results at any price. They thrive on employees for extraordinary results.

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How CEOs can Utilize an IPO

When in 2002 Microsoft announced to go public, everyone got shocked about how Microsoft will leave its established way and will become a public company. But there was nothing like that, the core methods of performing were the same just now at a bigger platform. For Microsoft the offering was neither typical nor uneventful.

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Entrepreneurship: A sure-shot way to success

Somalia has shown splendid performance in doing business. As per the report of the World Bank it has made a big jump from 162nd position to 52nd position in the list of world’s best performing countries in ease of doing business. Somalia’s agriculture practices is one of the best methods in the world. It has given employment to 65% of Somalia’s citizens. SLNTV has created revolution in the world by introducing fizzy drinks which has improved Somalia’s GDP since 1997. SLNTV gives clear evidence of entrepreneurial success. Similarly Canada and Australia ranks third in the supply chain of sea food around the globe. London is providing best technical practices in industries to the world. Uzbekistan, Chile, Fizzy and Norway all are highly productive grounds for entrepreneurial business.

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The Power of Coherence

It is very difficult to focus in every direction and come out best in all. It is a very rare trait of any company who directs its complete attention towards ‘what they are best at’ such companies are called as coherent. To become a coherent company, companies are required to direct their attention towards internal capability over external power. If we see, strategy formation is a core part of any company that is being developed inside and directed across the market, while cost cutting is a broader area. it doesn’t mean that companies can ignore market demand. If we see around the market London economic times and Walmart have acknowledged the practices that give them competitive edge. What works for them is mutual alignment. They have integrated different departments according to their efficiency which overall also supports the company’s vision.

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Transformation for Betterment

Companies and people have the mindset that business should go for transformational models only if the existing model doesn’t give better output. But this idea is highly outdated. One should go for change to make change in real life. Market and demand is highly dynamic. When we make structural changes, people start making new connections and make organizations a more creative place. Transformation breaks the old way of doing business. It will disrupt regular routine and will lead to better utilization of resources.

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Analyzing a Company’s Performance Potential

One of the biggest challenges for corporations is how to treat high potential employees who are more talented than others. Recent study has shown that 67% companies are engaged in identifying and developing these people. This study has made clear that high talents exist and companies acknowledged them too. 97% of 57 companies studied world wide are thoughtfully involved in identifying high potential employees.

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Managing Decision Making Power of the Organization

Many companies feel that changing the structure of organisation, grabbing new innovation and designing new framework can lead to better performance. However JP Morgan case study shows that most of the organisation had no effects and what more some actually destroyed value. This is due to the misconception that company performance is better when its structure is compatible. In reality, a company’s structure results in better performance if it improves the organization’s ability to make and execute decisions better and faster than competitors. If you will sync your company’s structure with its decisions, then only the company will perform better.

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How to Convince Your Team to Accept New Challenges?

There are companies whose revenue is increasing but losing market share. Customers prefer companies that can provide them complete services instead of discrete service. Does any company have this potential? IBM was at its lowest in 2005. By 2010 it had changed its business model and tripled its revenue. How it became possible in just 5 years? IBM top management convinced his employees to speak truth, offer him ideas and ask queries.

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It is Hard to Challenge what is Evident

Companies which are well established find it challenging to differ from their well established business process. Whether it is institutions or educational hubs for financial services, they choose to innovate if there is no way to survive. We all know that tomorrow everything will be different. To survive in the competition everyday new strategies, innovation, new tools and techniques will be needed. Still companies find it difficult to change. One reason could be that in the long run big corporations have designed their way of competing and performing their performance measures. These ideologies and beliefs have rooted deep in their mind. But this needs to be changed.

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