Extreme careerism. Defined as “the policy or practice of advancing one’s career often at the cost of one’s integrity,” is the single most destructive force in business, and I may argue, society in general.
Stop what you are doing and listen. This is the final reminder for all you excellent female dreamers and doers out there to register for the Lean In EU WBA Pitching Battles contest – Part 3.
“I’ll share a video with you, Kallia”, said a brilliant colleague of mine when mentioning how happy I was about booking my ticket for the Agile Summit Greece. “It’s called ‘Agile is dead’ ”, he said.
Inspiration. It’s a funny old thing. One minute you have it, the next it escapes you. One thing is certain though, it is always closer to home than you think.
These days there’s a lot of pressure to hustle. We live in a time when technology has made it possible for us to boost productivity more than ever.
There’s a buzz around Greek startups. Well, the whole country’s entrepreneurial ecosystem to be precise.
If there’s one thing young startups simply do not need it’s noise. And when I say noise I don’t mean “a sound, especially one that is loud or unpleasant or that causes disturbance”.
Going by the book is fine, but in the world of tech entrepreneurship and startups, sometimes success means throwing the textbook out the window.
Going global. You simply have to take the plunge. Make a leap of faith. Or in the words of Nike, Just Do it. Whatever the slogan, the sentiment is the same.
Paris, they say, is always a good idea [especially since they’ve just won the World Cup]. True story. In much the same way, outsourcing is always a bad idea, in my humble opinion.