It’s a question every CEO must answer for him- or herself: When should A CEO stop working in the trenches, if ever? advertisement advertisement There is a fantastic scene in the movie Margin Call, where the steely CEO of a fictional Bear Stearns-type company on the verge of implosion, played by Jeremy Irons, asks a low-level analyst to explain why his company is suddenly about to go bankrupt. “Maybe you could tell me what you think is going on here–and please, speak as you might to a young child, or a golden retriever.” In short, he has no idea what’s going on in the trenches of his company. He is the epitome of the detached CEO. He swoops in on a helicopter in the dark of night to make a fateful decision about the future of his company. For my part, I’ve chosen a considerably more involved path, though not without a great deal of contemplation. The amount of time I spend working in the trenches, that is, working clinical shifts in the ER, … [Read more...] about Why I’ll Never Stop Working In The Trenches Of My Company
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Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Friday said his government had created an atmosphere of confidence in its 11-month-old rule through its policies and intentions, resulting in industries showing interest in the state.Nath said his government was working with "full commitment" in health and education sectors and was also making efforts to reduce unemployment in MP."We have created an atmosphere of confidence in Madhya Pradesh in 11 months through our polices and intentions, which has resulted in industries starting to take interest in the state," Nath said.Close He was addressing a function here after inaugurating a 350-bed district hospital building constructed at a cost of Rs 144 crore here. related news Nearly 500 CCD outlets shut down across India since April: Report Citizenship bill on govt's agenda for Parliament's Winter Session Indrani's medical condition irreversible, says her lawyer in bail plea "This hospital will be upgraded to 500 beds and will be named … [Read more...] about Due to our policies, industries showing interest in Madhya Pradesh: Kamal Nath
Audi has created a trip for sportscar enthusiasts with a need for speed and an appreciation of modern architecture in partnership with Airbnb. A select few will be able to book three-day getaways at a stylish abode way out in the remote Nevada desert where they be given the keys to an Audi R8 V10 Coupe that they can drive down endless straightaways and across dry lake beds pretty much as fast as they want under the supervision of a professional driving instructor. The experience is being promoted via “Desolation,” a commercial created by Venables Bell & Partners that breaks online today before making its broadcast debut during the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on September 18. advertisement advertisement Audi has always been a big proponent of the test drive as the ultimate way to market its vehicles, Loren Angelo, Audi vice president of marketing, says, pointing out that the brand already makes it possible for drivers to hit the track in its sportscars at … [Read more...] about A Test Drive Through Death Valley? Audi And Airbnb Are Going To Make It Happen
“If I’m on a park bench, and I’m next to someone, and I hear them talking about symptoms of cancer, am I obligated to turn around and tell them they might have cancer?” advertisement advertisement Samuel Volchenboum, Director of the Center for Research Informatics and Associate Professor of Pediatric Oncology at the University of Chicago, lets the question float in the air for a moment before breaking his own silence. “You’ll get different answers depending who you ask.” Medical ethics is a complicated topic. For a practicing doctor tending to their patients inside a hospital, the rules are relatively clear. But as soon as that doctor steps into the real world, their vast knowledge of the human body gives them the power to diagnose a potentially unwilling populace–people who might not be asking for a diagnosis of a terminal illness, or to have the telltale signs of their chemical addiction broadcast to every fellow passenger on … [Read more...] about The UX Of Ethics: Should Google Tell You If You Have Cancer?