Samsung, Apple, Future Group and the Best Banker: The Leadership Decisions that Changed the World

About 5-6 decades back Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart decided to setup a Saturday morning meeting with all the employees of Walmart. The idea was to improve culture and increase transparency for faster decision making.  It increased  peed of decision making and it empowered another level to take calls on their own. 60 years down the meeting is stillContinue reading “Samsung, Apple, Future Group and the Best Banker: The Leadership Decisions that Changed the World”

Democracy, Babies, Big Tech, Germany and UK: The Reluctance that Defines Us

Reluctance is one of the most complex equations of the human mind. Reluctance that comes from conscience, the reluctance that comes from inertia and the reluctance that comes from being hesitant to burden new responsibilities all bring new complexities into decision making. There is some science behind it. The brain has D1R neurons which simply tell youContinue reading “Democracy, Babies, Big Tech, Germany and UK: The Reluctance that Defines Us”

Wirecard, E-commerce, Supermarkets, Chinese Manufacturing and Slack: The Week’s Most Interesting

LONG INTRODUCTION, BUT AN INTERESTING STORY On May 4th, 1915, Chinese students and citizens started a protest against economically stronger Japan and decided to boycott all Japanese products as a protest against Japanese aggression against China. The boycott lasted for weeks. In 2006, the Great American Boycott was conceived by immigrants in the USA to boycott products made in America.Continue reading “Wirecard, E-commerce, Supermarkets, Chinese Manufacturing and Slack: The Week’s Most Interesting”

Iran, Saving the Internet, Walmart, Elon Musk and Hong Kong: The Week’s Most Interesting

Hi,Since never before in our times was economic survival so intertwined with human survival, economies opening everywhere and record jumps in coronavirus cases is very similar to the Protogoras’s Paradox (https://puzzling.stackexchange.com/questions/35296/protagorass-paradox-an-unsolved-court-case). I will leave it up to your imagination as to how they relate to our times, but trust me the debate has just started. There are a bunch of articlesContinue reading “Iran, Saving the Internet, Walmart, Elon Musk and Hong Kong: The Week’s Most Interesting”