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When I was selected for the CIO role back in 2015, I was a somewhat untraditional choice. I did not come from IT - my first job in Equinor more than 20 years ago was in fact working as a catering assistant on an oil rig offshore while completing a non-technical master’s degree.
Can a team of talents who are suspicious of each other solve complex problems together and innovate? The answer is simply, no.
Four behaviors set them apart.
Kyle Forster, co-founder of Big Switch Networks, discusses pivotal moments from his career in Silicon Valley when expertise in early stage technologies propelled him into leadership roles. Forster also shares insights from several of his favorite books and the powerful lessons all aspiring entrepren
It's Your Ship: Management Techniques from the Best Damn Ship in the Navy, 10th Anniversary Edition [D. Michael Abrashoff] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Read this million-copy bestseller for leadership insights about top-down change to improve productivity in your business sta
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Too often, leadership training is about ideas and not follow through.
With over 200 definitions of leadership, the question has evolved from ‘what is leadership?’ to ‘what is good leadership?” This paper analyzes the importance of personal ethics in leadership and how ethics produce effective leaders. The importance of understanding ethics, motivation to act as a role
Former Marine Corps lieutenant Drew Humphreys knows a thing or two about leadership. Before joining the business world, he was a platoon commander in Afghanistan, in charge of 36 Marines fighting the Taliban and maintaining a vital supply route through Helmand Province. He had to reconsider everythi
Henry Ford made the automobile affordable to the American middle class and turned it into an international symbol of freedom. This is why, oftentimes, he gets credited for inventing it even though he didn't. With this in mind, here are five entrepreneurship lessons we all can learn from Henry Ford.