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Michael Mauboussin on the 'Success Equation'

From: knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu Recommended by: Dinakar Murthy Krishna I found this article very interesting and can provide a lot of insights into success. Many a times most of us believe to be very highly
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Do your own thing...

A good interview question can give you insight into a potential hire's critical thinking process, communication skills, and ability to think and execute on their feet.  But with the amount of prep they do these days, there's a good
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Netflix lets its staff take as much holiday as they want, whenever they want - and it works

From: telegraph.co.uk Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy  By: Daniel H Pink This is a facinating article on an often contentious issue in organisations- How much leave to give and how is it tracked.
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LeanEssays: Team Compensation

From: leanessays.com Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy This a very good article on team compensation. How does one differentiate the best in the team from the worst? First of all is it a good idea to do that
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Nirbhaya Movement- Why more such will happen- The times are changing.

The Nirbhaya movement across the country following the gang rape of a girl in Delhi has certainly foxed the authorities. They are wondering how so many people could come out and protest, there must be someone organising all this, trying to foment
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5 Ways to Uncover a Job Candidate’s Hidden Strengths & Weaknesses

Recruiting is easy, but talent hiring is tough. When you’re recruiting, you’re looking at concrete facts – the applicant’s work history, experience in the field, education and availability. But talent hiring? That
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Low Cost Recruitment Strategies

Just found an intersting and useful blog on how to source candidates in low cost ways. For SMEs or multinationals, this article will give you tips on low cost strategies for hiring new staff....       Read more of this
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The power of we

A famous organist was performing a concert on a huge antique organ in front of a large audience. The bellows were hand-pumped by a boy seated behind a screen, unseen by any in the vast audito­rium. The first part of the performance went very
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Rethinking the Fundamentals of an Organisation, Leadership and Life- Ricardo Semler at MITSloan

Ricardo Semler has run Semco Industries in an unconventional manner for 25+ years, averaging 27% growth annually. Teams select their own leaders, there are no job titles, quite a large number of the team set their own salaries. His books "
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The Open World, gives us a chance to rebuild our institutions.

Today we are surrounded by technology, which is rapidly changing the way we do things, without us even realising it. With the ability to share information easily and the ability to collaborate, there is a wonderful opportunity for us to change the

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