Monthly Archives: April 2012

Uncertainty and Risk: Only Death Gives us a Certain and Risk Free Setting

Can we live in an uncertain and risk free setting? No! At best I suggest we can choose our more likely sets of uncertainty and risks which we will possibly face and which we are more comfortable living with. The … Continue reading

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Talent Management: “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs”, Lessons 11 – 14

In my first post in this series ( Talent management: “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs” – the first 3 of 14 ), second post (Talent Management: “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs” Lessons 4 -7 of 14), and third post, Talent … Continue reading

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Talent Management: “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs”, Lessons 8 – 10 of 14

In my first post in this series ( Talent management: “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs” – the first 3 of 14 ) and second (Talent Management: “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs” Lessons 4 -7 of 14) I explored how the … Continue reading

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Talent Management: “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs” Lessons 4 -7 of 14

In my first post in this series ( Talent management: “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs” – the first 3 of 14 ) I explored how Focus, Simplify and Take End-to-End Responsibility relate to Talent Management (TM) and Performance Management (PM). … Continue reading

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Talent Management: “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs” – the first 3 of 14

This post will elaborate on the provocative leadership thoughts and observations of Steve Jobs described by Walter Isaacson (author of Steve jobs biography) and relate them to talent management (TM). A major theme in this series of posts is the … Continue reading

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