I want to quit, but I removed myself out of the equation instead

As leaders with a go-getter and winning attitude, we tend to start stacking up loads of responsibilities on our plates. Everything is a possibility and arrogantly enough, everyone seems to think that we are the ones that might make things work. Our schedules are always packed, our phones keep ringing and people are reaching out to us to solve any …

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The skill and knowledge attained must be “forgotten” so that you can float comfortably in the void without blockages. Learning is important, but do not let yourself be enslaved. (…) Any technique, however valuable and desirable, becomes a disease when the mind becomes obsessed with it. – Bruce Lee –

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Are you a Good or a Bad Leader?

The success and failure of a team depends solely on the qualities of leadership within an organisation. The outcome is easily predicted; a good leader with an OK team will still succeed in time but a bad leader with an amazing team will always fail. When you are a manager, be a good leader otherwise follow a good leader.

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Pioneering growth and disrupting silos

Sean Ellis did mention that the problem with stagnant growth is when organisations have silo pillars formed between Software Engineering, Product Marketing, Marketing and Sales teams. These teams are only responsible for their own area of work. In a typical scenario, the Product Team writes and defines the requirements, Software Engineering team works to deliver the feature and the Marketing …

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It takes more than one to Drive Growth

“Growth” is an unavoidable term now in any startup or business organisations especially in software and technology companies. This term is definitely not new as we have seen blogs, tweets, conferences on Growth 5 years ago when startups and entrepreneurship is a trend. However existing organisations within Malaysia have not adopted any of these methodologies yet until the maybe the …

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