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Culture is Key?

    I have found it extremely difficult to elicit a straightforward definition of Culture from most people; even Management Consultants. It is essentially three simple words: Culture = Values, Beliefs & Assumptions The above video is a 90 second … Continue reading

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Are you goofing off at work?

If you are asked the question, “are you goofing off at work?” what would your answer be? Most or all of us might reply to it as, “no, of course not!” with a certain amount of righteous vehemence. That answer … Continue reading

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Four More Years

Never in the history of this world has so much depended on one person. President Barack Obama carries on him a burden of the entire world, not just North America. When he came to power for his first term in … Continue reading

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Culture: An Impediment to Organizational Growth?

The word “Culture” is liberally used by Business Leaders and Managers. I often wonder whether they understand the impact of the word, even as they utter it. The reason for this disillusion is that, nowhere does their own action, leave … Continue reading

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Reclaiming the Soul

My title and blog today are inspired by Paul Krugman’s column in the International Herald Tribune “Reclaiming America’s Soul”. Paul here is talking about the crisis of torture and justifications of war that the Bush administration had perpetrated. Now, according … Continue reading

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