The Smart Manager - September - October 2018
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The cover theme of the Sep-Oct issue is ‘millennials in the workplace’. Experts— Dr Marcus Ranney, Thrive Global; Chris Westfall, author of Leadership Language; H V MacArthur, author, Low Man on the Totem Pole; Dr Debashish Sengupta, author, Life of The Life of Y —share their views on various aspects of this subject. Jennifer Turnage and Megan Sumrell, authors of Honey, You Got This! Elaborated on the concept of network marketing and the role technology plays in its smooth functioning. Rajeev Shroff, Cupela, analyzed toxic relations at the workplace and detailed how harbouring negative feelings can be detrimental. Richard Rothman, Open Mind Opportunity Consultancy Private Limited, explained how leaders can use a systematic opportunity process while Saumya Sindhwani, Indian School of Business, broke down the fundamentality of creative management. Doug Skonord, Transition Management Inc, dealt with why and how effective decisions should be made and its significance in an organization. Jonathan MacDonald, author of Powered by Change, implores the need for change and innovation in organizations. Dr Smita Dabholkar Singh, Institute of Management Technology, Nagpur highlights the importance of being gender neutral and tells us what measures can be employed to deal with problems women face in the workplace. George Kohlrieser, IMD, gives an insight on dealing with conflicts efficiently. In our regular sections, we have Pratima Rao Gluckman, author of Nevertheless, she persisted, who demystifies our views on women in the male-dominated world of technology. In gurumantra, Morgen Witzel, University of Exeter Business School, talks about millennials as change-makers and their evolving perception of leaders.
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