Measuring value of a leader Cal Newport makes a compelling point in his book Deep Work that in the absence of clear indicators of usefulness, knowledge…
It’s been a while since my last post. Packed workdays leave little space for rumination. In the last few weeks, following ideas and practices have…
Podcasts I always admired the Mughal emperor, Akbar the Great, for his patronage of arts and sciences. I would imagine his court filled with the masters…
Machines are really good at providing answers. What differentiates humans is our ability to ask the right questions. During my career, I have found…
Mimetic traps, explores how “not pausing” to ask the question “Why does this matter” leads us to live a life of imitation, where suddenly we are in an…
Levels health is slowly gaining traction as a company to watch. They are into metabolic fitness and use the term “fitness” to imply that it is something…
This week, while helping a local business, I realized how hard setting up an online presence is. Each task is relatively easy but the collection…
Navigating the Engineering leadership role
A good friend’s kid who just turned 20 asked for career advice. Following are some thoughts that I wrote down for him. I have not always followed these…
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Ever since Fredrick Taylor published “The Principles of Scientific Management”, the topic of time management has been studied with keen interest…