Monthly Archives: March 2014

IEOR 171 – Technology Firm Leadership and Organizational Behavior –

This course is designed for upper-level and graduate students, this course explores qualitative management principles and techniques within various kinds of organizations. the goal is to provide students with a sense of what an enterprise is, why it exists, how … Continue reading

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Leadership Curriculum Study

Leadership Curriculum Study – CET Technology Leadership Course The purpose of this study is to review leadership curriculums offered in leadership programs being taught in organizational leadership and business leadership classes in universities and colleges across the United States. A … Continue reading

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The CEO’s Most Important Job

The CEO’s Number 1 Job With the role as the transformational leader, the CEO is the chief visionary and company architect. As the visionary of the company this executive has the overall responsibility for the designs of the products or … Continue reading

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Need for Perfection

Hustling toward Perfection Entrepreneurs come in all sizes and flavors. Many are written up when their venture capital or angel investor sponsors put thousands and sometimes millions of dollars into their ideas. Some of these entrepreneurial companies make it big … Continue reading

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Looking Forward to Guide Today

Looking into the Future to Change Today The CEO is responsible to continuously assess the performance of company. Critical measurements include the timely development of products and services, the deployment of the necessary teams and employees, the market penetration and … Continue reading

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An Ah-Ha Moment Principle

Ah-Ha Principle Another effective business strategy we developed was the concept of the “Ah Ha” technique when we sought to elicit a customer response to our work with amazement and surprise as to the quality of our effort. On one … Continue reading

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