To cut it short, it will never replace face to face interaction. Technology has made things easier, but not when it comes to our communication and interaction as humans. The evidence is that the Facebook experiment has been trialed for 16 years since 2004, but it has never succeeded in bonding people better and together. […]
Adam Smith, the father of capitalist theory and modern economics, proposed in his book “The Wealth of Nations” in 1776 a different capitalism that could work for the common good if the market was left to regulate itself without government interference. Since its inception, capitalism has never worked as Smith envisioned. It has been just […]
Every one wants to talk, sell and offer something to people, a product, a service or an advice. There is nothing wrong with that, but when you decide to do that, try to offer and create value for people. Covid-19 has pushed more people to find a living online which is totally understandable. The problem […]
Since Covid-19 hit the planet early this year, most businesses swiftly changed their business models from offline to online. The number of businesses which are born online every day is staggering. To survive, go online. The trend is online. It is a survival game which is understandable, but how many me-too businesses and me-too products […]
Scientists are not only the researchers in biology and medicine. Any researcher who performs a research in any given field is a scientist whether in astronomy, physics, chemistry, economics or literature and arts. Scientists are researchers who make mistakes. They are not prophets. Making false assumptions and mistakes is part of their job. What I […]
Ditching the managerial brain by replacing the outdated business theories and practices has become very necessary. Managers must understand that effecting this change would be pointless without using the sound model of leadership. The purposeful and humane approaches of leadership. The old-fashioned managerial brain cannot survive in the future irrespective of the new changes post […]
here are too much compartmentalization and centralization. They promote agile working but glorify the status quo. You cannot work smart and still cherish the 17th century factory model of working.
Romans kept the amounts of gold and silver in the minted coins unchanged, they would not have been able to increase spending and wage more wars.
Close the planet for three months and you get a massive global economic downturn. You should not be a Nobel laureate in economics to understand this.
Business transformation does not mean digitalizing your operation and cutting cost through dismissing staff. Most businesses have started or would start transforming their business models due to the current pandemic. It is very important to remember that developing and transforming the business start with upgrading the leadership mindset which is more important than upgrading the […]