Robert Iger’s book The Ride of a Lifetime is a memoir of his career, leadership and success. It became the #1 New York Times Bestseller. Throughout the book, The Ride of a Lifetime, Iger shares the ideas and values he embraced during his fifteen years as Disney CEO, leading its 200,000 employees, while reinventing one of the world’s most beloved companies. Robert Iger was nominated Time’s 2019 businessperson of the year.
Kotter’s 8-step model is one of the most well-known and widely used change management frameworks. It outlines how to systematically and effectively implement change in an organization.
“Most US corporations today are over-managed and under-led. They need to develop their capacity to exercise leadership.”
If you had gathered the same people who created Linux, installed them in a giant conference room for a year, and asked them to devise a new operating system, it’s doubtful that anything so revolutionary would have occurred.
Peter Senge is the author of the book “The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization.” The Fifth Discipline is focused on group problem solving using the systems thinking method to convert companies into learning organizations.
“Missing a train is only painful if you run after it! Likewise, not matching the idea of success others expect from you is only painful if that’s what you are seeking.”
The antifragile is beyond the resilient or robust. The resilient resists shocks and stays the same; the antifragile gets better and better.
Drucker’s books and scholarly and popular articles explored how humans are organized across the business, government, and nonprofit sectors of society.
Top 25 Best Quotes from Where Good Ideas Come from: The Natural History of Innovation by Steven Johnson
The argument of this book is that a series of shared properties and patterns recur again and again in unusually fertile environments … The more we embrace these patterns — in our private work habits and hobbies, in our office environments, in the design of new software tools — the better we will be at tapping our extraordinary capacity for innovative thinking.
In The Innovator’s Solution, Clayton M. Christensen explains that innovation is not as unpredictable as most managers have come to believe. Although the process of innovations may seem random, if business leaders understand and properly manage the variables that influence the process, they can learn to create truly disruptive growth.
The Innovator’s Dilemma explains the power of disruption, why market leaders are often set up to fail as technologies and industries change and what incumbents can do to secure their market leadership for a long time.
This is the second part of the post about the book by Malcolm Gladwell, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants
In Blink Gladwell discusses how people’s subconscious strongly influence their decisions. We like to believe that we make decisions based on reason, but more often than we think, our decisions are based on snap judgments.
Blink explores the connection between psychological and neurological research and human intuition. In Blink Gladwell discuss how people’s subconscious strongly influence their decisions.
The Law of Navigation is the 4th of The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John Maxwell. It is about the importance of planning ahead and control direction.
Why certain leaders or companies are successful, and others are not? Because “people don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it.”
Talk Like Ted by Carmine Gallo