042 what they dont teach you at isb

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Some ideas about what's missing in a B School education basis my last 10 years in the corporate world...

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  • 1. STEPHEN R.REMEDIOS WHAT THEY DONT TEACH YOU AT INDIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS** This is based on the assumption that the curriculum taught in business schools has remained largelyunchanged since the author went to B School 10 years ago. You many not challenge these assumptions inthe course of the lecture. All disputes subject to jurisdiction of the Mumbai High Court.

2. Make friends.People likebuying fromfriends 3. Know not onlywhat youreselling, but knowthe buyer andwhat the productreally offers 4. In negotiation,dont ask forroundnumbers 5. I think it isimportant to keepyour employeesslightly off balance,even at the cost ofoccasionalunfairness. 6. Referquestionableclients toweakercompetitors 7. STEPHEN R.REMEDIOS WHAT THEY DONT TEACH YOU AT INDIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS** This is based on the assumption that the curriculum taught in business schools has remained largelyunchanged since the author went to B School 10 years ago. You many not challenge these assumptions inthe course of the lecture. All disputes subject to jurisdiction of the Mumbai High Court. 8. Most problemsdont have Aright answer 9. Leadership is allabout practice 10. Contextbecomes acriticaldeterminant ofoutcomes 11. Executing through ateam is 10X harderthan doing it yourself 12. Miscommunication isthe #1 cause ofSNAFUs in the realworld 13. Appraising anotherpersons performanceis a humblingexperience 14. Soft isHard 15. Terminating aAsking distributorSomeone toResignError of Judgment DiscipliningCosting thean employee CompanyAssigningRunning a Ratings to Two day Employeesmeeting with 20+ people 16. $40,000 17. IMPOSSIBLE TIME MANAGEMENT DEMANDS SOAKING UP PRESSURECUT THROATTEAM ASSIGNMENTS COMPETITION VFMFRAMEWORKS FOR ANALYSIS DEADLINESWORKINGNETWORKINGWEEKENDSHANDLING GOSSIP! PERSPECTIVE 18. FIND MR / MS RIGHT! PLACEMENT! 19. TEAM 20. AnalyzingDoingWatching 21. Discover what isUNIQUEabout each person and capitalize on it. 22. Talents+Skills+Knowledge 23. SignificancDeepali Agarwal Restorative AchieverHarmonyIncluder e CompetitioShashwat Sharma Learner AnalyticalFocusStrategicnHimanshu Kanwar Relator Developer IncluderRestorativePositivity SairamCommunicati Competitio Activator Arranger Maximizer Krishnamurthy on n CompetitioSandeep Ramesh Futuristic AnalyticalCommand DeliberativenAswathConsistencyContextHarmonyLearner Empathy Venkataraman Responsibili R Shankar Includer Activator MaximiserArranger tyResponsibili Competitio Steve Remedios DisciplineMaximiserInputtyn 24. 4 DomainsExecuting InfluencingRelationship Building Strategic Thinking 25. MBTIStrengthsfinderLSI 360 R&R 26. YOU 27. As you grow, your personality changesYou will grow the most in your areas of greatestweaknessA good team member does whatever it takes to helpthe team 28. As you grow, your personality changes As you grow, you becomemore of who you already are You will grow the most in your areas of greatest weakness You will grow the most in your areas of greateststrengthA good team member does whatever it takes to help the teamA good team member deliberately volunteers his strength to the team most of the time 29. PhD in Leadership, Short Course:Make a careful list of allthings done to you that youabhorred. Dont do them toothers, ever. Make another listof things done for you that youloved. Do them for others,always. Dee Hock 30. KNOW THYSELF 31. BECOME CURIOUS READ VORACIOUSLY ABOUT PEOPLEPRACTICE DEEPEXPERIMENT IN LISTENING TEAM SITUATIONS START NOWEAT LIKE A BIRD, POOP LIKEFIGURE OUT YOUR AN ELEPHANT STRENGTHS BUILD NETWORKS 32. http://stephenremedios.tumblr.com/ http://letterstomyteam.tumblr.com/ http://www.slideshare.net/stephen.remediosstephen.remedios@gmail.com 33. STEPHEN R.REMEDIOS WHAT THEY DONT TEACH YOU AT INDIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS** This is based on the assumption that the curriculum taught in business schools has remained largelyunchanged since the author went to B School 10 years ago. You many not challenge these assumptions inthe course of the lecture. All disputes subject to jurisdiction of the Mumbai High Court.