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A recent article in the Times of India quoted from the DDI ‘Global Leadership Forecast 2011’ – India Inc leaders are ill-equipped to handle the challenges that organizations face in the new business environment. The article went on to describe the high expectations organizations have from their leaders, especially around speed to performance, which meant…

In project management, there is a desperate need for leadership; But not just any leadership. Project management needs a leadership that is adaptive, perceptive, timely, meaningful, authentic and unselfish. This one sentence sums up the core of The Strategic Project Leader’s message: Project leaders, not project processes, are the future for project management. Current practices…

The last decade has been a roller-coaster for the world’s economy, moving from boom to recession, then to recovery and now stagnation. In India too, despite a decent GDP growth, the environment for business has not been favourable. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has increased interest rates 13 times since March 2010, making the cost…

Mentoring and Coaching seem to be the latest buzzwords in the marketplace today. The two are asynchronous yet have distinct similarities, which does leave you wondering which of the two approaches best serve your purpose.  Given the rather sketchy definition of mentoring and various interpretations and practices of professionals, makes it seem like the art lies…

It is common knowledge as well as perhaps accepted that in complex projects, overshooting time and budget goals is a norm. When we hear about it, it sounds all too regular and routine news on such projects. “There are bound to be delays in large infra projects”, says a PM or was he a program…

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