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    “We offer guidance for choosing the best type, tone, sequence, and framing of questions and for deciding what and how much information to share to reap the most benefit from our interactions, not just for ourselves but for our organizations.”

    The Surprising Power of Questions

    Alison Wood, BrooksLeslie K. John on Harvard Business Review

    Much of an executive’s workday is spent asking others for information—requesting status updates from a team leader, for example, or questioning a counterpart in a tense negotiation. Yet unlike pro... Read »

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    Anuj Roy, Senior Partner at TRANSEARCH, explains how the Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem has recently evolved. Anuj examines the talent landscape of CTO’s from a large and distributed pool of close to 125 home grown companies in India across various stages of growth and location.

    CTO in Internet Companies - Our perspectives and views

    Anuj Roy on LinkedIn

    As the Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem evolved in last decade and half and more specifically in last 7-8 years, a number of internet companies were established focusing on business areas across e-com... Read »

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    Why effective leaders must manage up, down, and sideways

    Thomas Barta, Patrick Barwise on McKinsey & Company

    Strong team leadership isn't enough. New research shows the importance - for business impact and career success - of also mobilizing your boss and colleagues. Read »

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    Leaders face an ever-growing number of challenges leading their organization in today’s faster-paced, increasingly interconnected world. One of the more common issues a leader has to address is dealing with change.

    3 Storytelling Elements That Successfully Drive Change

    on Tanveer Naseer

    Leaders face an ever-growing number of challenges leading their organization in today’s faster-paced, increasingly interconnected world. One of the more common issues a leader has to address is deal... Read »

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    In 2012, Google’s People Operations department set out to study hundreds of teams to figure out why some stumbled while others soared. Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and senior editor, provides a detailed review of this research and offers thoroughly fascinating insight into the hallmarks of extraordinary teams.

    What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team

    Charles Duhigg on The New York Times

    ike most 25-year-olds, Julia Rozovsky wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. She had worked at a consulting firm, but it wasn’t a good match. Read »

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