Connecting the Dots is a great book from John Chambers, the ex. Chief Executive Officer of CISCO. I also had an opportunity to listen to and meet John at a Churchill Club event in the San Francisco, Bay Area. John was born in an affluent family in West Virginia. His parents were doctors. He was … Continue reading Connecting The Dots – John Chambers
Ride of a Lifetime is easily one of the best business books one can read and relate to. The most fascinating thing about the book is that Robert Iger started at the bottom, worked in the same company for over 30 years, and went on to become the CEO. Humble beginnings: Robert Iger started at … Continue reading The Ride of a Lifetime – Bob Iger
There is no secret sauce to writing good emails. A well-written email can help win business and also win customer appreciation. We have seen a lot of people struggle with it. Here are five simple tips that will help improve your email writing skills. Reading: Remember the first line in this blog - There is … Continue reading How to Write Good Emails?
It is important to learn the differences between screwing it up, good failures and operational excellence. If we continue to screw it up at work and not achieve operational excellence the growth possibilities for a company are limited or none. What is a Screw Up? As a company, If we end up making the same … Continue reading What is a Screw Up?
This is a follow-up to my earlier post on Sending out Calendar Invites. Once you send out a calendar invite, it is very important to be early to meetings. What does being early to meetings mean? My colleague Tim Diep once told me that if you are on time to a meeting, it means that … Continue reading Being Early To Meetings