The First 100 Days is a nice concept. As a new CEO you have time to walk around, learn about your new company, talk to people, see how it works... And you may end up with \"A man with no courage\" nickname.
When you come to a big company and get an invitation to attend a team building event, you are excited. But, somewhere along the line that excitement turns into \"Oh, no, not again.\" And you are not the only one that sees team building as a fashion that once was.
If you work, you make mistakes. That\'s life. However, if you are a leader, try to make a mistake once and never again because it can be costly. Here are some of them we all made, most probably without being aware it was a mistake.
In one point of time, one thought came to mind to all of us: "How clever she is!" Indeed, watching great leaders who accomplished a lot it is easy to think that way but we often fail to ask the most obvious question: "Are they born with it?"
In an ever-changing world of business CEO role is changing to respond to demands of increasing competition. But during that process the main responsibilities can easily be forgotten. Here is what is most important.
With the advent of social media all kinds of "gurus," "ninjas," and "advisors" started to offer their services. One kind of consulting services with particularly suspicious success outcomes are business coaches.
Big, old-fashioned companies are always aware of new companies trying to enter an established market in a new and innovative way. "Disruption" is the word you here everywhere these days but the real reason startups are dangerous for old companies are employees.