To Joseph Poh, entrepreneurship is a delicious undertaking as he has become one of the bold names synonymous with the exciting startups currently in the dynamic food and beverage industry in Malaysia. Born in Ipoh and raised in a family running its own business, Joseph Poh did the rebellious by forgoing his family business. Instead […]
(This is one in a series of articles and interviews about conscious business leadership, which is about leaders creating and promoting workplaces of understanding, honesty, and compassion, for the betterment of their employees, their community, their organization and world.) How do you grow a company from a single sushi restaurant in 1997 to a public […]
1. Listen more than you talk We have two ears and one mouth, using them in proportion is not a bad idea! To be a good leader you have to be a great listener. Brilliant ideas can spring from the most unlikely places, so you should always keep your ears open for some shrewd advice. […]
Something that ought not to be missed. In the Business901 Podcast last week, Joe asked Sarah Lewis, who is the Managing Director of Appreciating Change, a psychological change consultancy the following question that is relevant for many startups: Joe: If you had three pieces of advice for leaders for achieving fast, effective, sustainable change what would they […]
The core objective of the campaign is to build awareness and thereby, increase sales. The one-month-long campaign is aimed at reaching out to the affluent population – confident urban dwellers with a modern, progressive and open-minded outlook. Building on the brief, Posterscope crafted a campaign that resulted in a media mix delivering both impact and […]
My Wall Street Journal article about why I discourage students who want to become entrepreneurs from doing an MBA provoked a far stronger reaction than I expected. The vast majority of the emails and comments were in agreement — including from business-school professors. What shocked me were the angry online comments, Tweets, and emails from a few MBA […]
Broadly speaking, music & the internet has had two phases so far: Phase 1: the great disruption Let’s call it the Napster moment. It led to the first new status quo. The rule it imposed was this: “anything that can be stored in digits can be communicated digitally through networks.” (this rule has also been […]
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