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Talk To Me – Book Review

Steve Jobs seems to be quite a stubborn person once he wants something. Back in 2010, he wanted to buy a small startup in San Jose, California. The CEO at that time was Dag Kittlaus and his colleagues who had successfully raised for the second round and they did not want to sell it when they saw the potential of this “child”. Jobs contacted Kittlaus 37 days in a row until he fell in love and accepted to sell the two-year-old business to Apple for $ 150 million to $ 200 million. This company is named Siri Inc. Siri  –

5 Essential Tips For Working From Home Of A Successful Team

With the spread of the novel coronavirus, plenty of companies encouraged us to work remotely. However, changing the workplace from the office to your home is not effortless since you can be distracted by the TV, the bedroom and even your family or friends. Benefits of allowing employees to work remotely Before we get into the working from home tips, here are some reasons why this activity is highlighted in this period of time.    1. Prevent 2019-nCoV from spreading to others Working remotely is a measure to restrict or limit the large groups of people coming together. Thanks to

4 Inspirational Movies For Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs, like most people, need inspiration for their life. And what better way to find inspiration than to take a break and watch some thought-provoking movies. Regardless of where you currently stand on the entrepreneurial path, you are sure to find some much-needed inspiration by watching the movies featured on this list. Spend a little time recharging your batteries and get reinvigorated with these 4 insightful movies.    1. The Pursuit of Happiness The Pursuit of Happiness is about winning the fight against all odds while staying true to your inner compass. The main character – Gardner, is struggling to

How To Keep Your Great Company Culture When Hiring New Employees

It is very common to see that recruiters are rushing to hire new employees to fuel growth. So it can be tempting to take recruiting shortcuts since they can help your team to scale quickly whether you are taking on new clients or seeing a surge in user growth.  Culture may be relatively easy to control when your company is at the starting stage. But it would be more complicated to maintain a robust company culture when there is a large number of employees come to work together at once. Therefore, to bring the focus back to company culture, any

Prediction Machine – Book Review

After reading the book “Prediction Machines,” written by three professors at Rotman School of Business Administration, I realized I was less interested in Grab or Google applications because one thing behind that supported them: Artificial intelligence (AI). AI has contributed greatly to these applications to predict the best direction for users. “Predict”, is what shapes the intelligence that humans are trying to reach. According to Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans and Avi Goldfarb, also an economist, data researcher for the Creative Destruction Lab, predictions are AI’s must-have output. “The current generation of AI provides the company so that they have full

Leading With Dignity – Book Review

Leading with Dignity is unlike any other book, opening with a story about a company that is on the verge of bankruptcy. At that time, the executives figured out how to negotiate with their employees so that they would accept a pay cut to “get together and win”. Employees believed it.  The company had to manage for 5 years, then it received positive signals. The leaders celebrated the occasion by rewarding themselves with generous bonuses but were not interested in returning these employees the salary they accepted before. A quick strike broke out when the relationship between administrators and employees

Breaking Bad Habits – Book Review

In the 80s of the last century, reading newspapers on the way to work seemed an endearing habit for office workers. At that time, people often did not wonder about newspapers being printed on oversized paper sizes (tabloid), although this made it difficult to read newspapers on the bus. But Freek Vermeulen does. He often complained about the clumsy size of this type of paper and wished to have a new standard to make the reading experience more comfortable. It took many years for strategic and business professionals at the London Business School to reconsider why the use of broad-based