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The Funding Folly

By Willem Gous I have been coaching and mentoring startups and small businesses in my own pre-incubator as well as other programs. I am convinced that the belief that you need funding to start or grow your business is what is holding many back from building a business that will work.

19-02-2021

4 min Article

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Not Everyone Can Be Agile

By YVES DOZ and MARIA GUADALUPE Most of what’s been written about Agile assumes that the methodology can be adapted to any organisation. But our analysis found that some companies are better suited to Agile than others.

18-02-2021

6 min Article

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Coping With Uncertainty in 2021

By SIN EU CHEAH As veterans of the ‘new normal’, we should be pretty well-adapted to the lifestyle and embracing it with ease and comfort. Right? On the contrary, we may find ourselves heading towards more uncertainty. With the unpredictable environment, rapid policy changes and backtracking, what can we do to cope with the constant change? Here are five steps we can take to cultivate a disruption-proof mindset:

17-02-2021

4 min Article

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A Peek Into the Diary of an HR Intern

By KAY HUI KHOO Other than the internship project, I felt like my tasks had been pretty insignificant to the organisation compared to other interns who were in one way or another involved in the work related to products or services Leaderonomics offers. I felt like I was not contributing to what was important to the company at that point.

16-02-2021

5 min Article

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6 Key Steps to Overcome Fear in the C-Suite

By DR AMY SILVER The impact of fear in the C-Suite is enormous and the impact that trickles down is profound. It is essential that C-suite teams understand how to manage their fear individually and collectively. By doing so they will enable the safety that is essential for strong team play, courageous behaviour and communication.

15-02-2021

2 min Article

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Distant Love on Valentine’s Day

By ROB WYSE At the heart of the stability of our world are mothers. They are the brave warriors in this time. And they need love and support. It takes a village to raise a child. And the world is nothing more than a patchwork quilt of villages that we have sewn together to keep humanity going. On this Valentine’s Day more than any other, I wish that we are all able to touch who we can with love in a physically distant world.

14-02-2021

2 min Article

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Creating and Delivering Value to Customers

By ARUL ARULESWARAN A business exists to satisfy a customer’s need through the products or services it offers. Without a customer there is no market and therefore there is no demand, and hence what remains is only potential. Converting the potential into an effective demand and the sale (how) is only possible when the value to the customer is realised and thereafter wealth is created by the business (what).

12-02-2021

10 min Article

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How You Can Influence Your Return On Luck

By ROSHAN THIRAN Why do some people always have all the luck whilst others are plagued with bad fortune? If luck was an entirely random event, surely, it would even out and at some point, luck would run out on someone. Yet it doesn’t. Could luck be more than a random occurrence – something that can be influenced?

11-02-2021

8 min Article

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In Bad Times, Decentralised Firms Outperform Their Rivals

By PHILLIPPE AGHION A new paper by Aghion et al* (2021) titled “Turbulence, Firm Decentralization, and Growth in Bad Times”, shows that large downturns tend to have less dramatic consequences for decentralised firms. When the market is rife with uncertainty, decisions often need to be made in the blink of an eye.

04-02-2021

5 min Article

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The Funding Folly

By Willem Gous I have been coaching and mentoring startups and small businesses in my own pre-incubator as well as other programs. I am convinced that the belief that you need funding to start or grow your business is what is holding many back from building a business that will work.

19-02-2021

4 min Article

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Not Everyone Can Be Agile

By YVES DOZ and MARIA GUADALUPE Most of what’s been written about Agile assumes that the methodology can be adapted to any organisation. But our analysis found that some companies are better suited to Agile than others.

18-02-2021

6 min Article

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Coping With Uncertainty in 2021

By SIN EU CHEAH As veterans of the ‘new normal’, we should be pretty well-adapted to the lifestyle and embracing it with ease and comfort. Right? On the contrary, we may find ourselves heading towards more uncertainty. With the unpredictable environment, rapid policy changes and backtracking, what can we do to cope with the constant change? Here are five steps we can take to cultivate a disruption-proof mindset:

17-02-2021

4 min Article

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A Peek Into the Diary of an HR Intern

By KAY HUI KHOO Other than the internship project, I felt like my tasks had been pretty insignificant to the organisation compared to other interns who were in one way or another involved in the work related to products or services Leaderonomics offers. I felt like I was not contributing to what was important to the company at that point.

16-02-2021

5 min Article

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6 Key Steps to Overcome Fear in the C-Suite

By DR AMY SILVER The impact of fear in the C-Suite is enormous and the impact that trickles down is profound. It is essential that C-suite teams understand how to manage their fear individually and collectively. By doing so they will enable the safety that is essential for strong team play, courageous behaviour and communication.

15-02-2021

2 min Article

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Distant Love on Valentine’s Day

By ROB WYSE At the heart of the stability of our world are mothers. They are the brave warriors in this time. And they need love and support. It takes a village to raise a child. And the world is nothing more than a patchwork quilt of villages that we have sewn together to keep humanity going. On this Valentine’s Day more than any other, I wish that we are all able to touch who we can with love in a physically distant world.

14-02-2021

2 min Article

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Creating and Delivering Value to Customers

By ARUL ARULESWARAN A business exists to satisfy a customer’s need through the products or services it offers. Without a customer there is no market and therefore there is no demand, and hence what remains is only potential. Converting the potential into an effective demand and the sale (how) is only possible when the value to the customer is realised and thereafter wealth is created by the business (what).

12-02-2021

10 min Article

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How You Can Influence Your Return On Luck

By ROSHAN THIRAN Why do some people always have all the luck whilst others are plagued with bad fortune? If luck was an entirely random event, surely, it would even out and at some point, luck would run out on someone. Yet it doesn’t. Could luck be more than a random occurrence – something that can be influenced?

11-02-2021

8 min Article

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In Bad Times, Decentralised Firms Outperform Their Rivals

By PHILLIPPE AGHION A new paper by Aghion et al* (2021) titled “Turbulence, Firm Decentralization, and Growth in Bad Times”, shows that large downturns tend to have less dramatic consequences for decentralised firms. When the market is rife with uncertainty, decisions often need to be made in the blink of an eye.

04-02-2021

5 min Article

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