Month: May 2018

Hair Dryers

Travel Size Hair Dryer

A hair dryer or a blow dryer comes in as a very wonderful device to have in your bathroom or room.  It’s designed with electromechanics that blows cool or hot air on hair that is damp or wet. The evaporation of the water particles is done faster such that it dries the hair and you […]

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Health

In Pursuit of T-Shaped Health Care Leaders

When Internal Collaboration Is Bad for Your Company by Morten T. Hansen, appeared in the April 2018 Harvard Business Review and Getting Togetherness was published online on Economist.com on April 7. Both examine collaboration within organizations and both articles are drawn from Hansen’s forthcoming book: “Collaboration: How Leaders Avoid the Traps, Create Unity, and Reap […]

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Hair Care

Looking for Natural Hair Care Shea Butter Products to Combat Dryness

Ashea Shea Butter Pomade, Ashea Shea Butter Wax Stick, and Ashea Leave in Conditioner Last Friday evening Nov 21st I received my UPS package from the Ashea Professional Hair Care Products Company.  And by Saturday I was all too eager to try my new products. The Shea Butter pomade has a heavenly scent. I sampled […]

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Health

Hippocrates, MBAs, and Physician Leaders

Something rather remarkable apparently took place at the Harvard Business School just before graduation last week. According to Forswearing Greed: A Hippocratic Oath for Managers, which appeared in The Economist print edition of June 4, half the graduating class took an oath to advance the integrity, moderate personal ambition, and seek to make choices that […]

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Health

Ten Deadly (Health Care) Leadership Sins

The monthly Harvard Business Review opens with Forethought – a section of short pieces that typically pack a lot of punch in a page or less each. I am always tempted to write about each of them but I’d have to blog daily to hit these in addition to everything else that’s potentially relevant to […]

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Health

What Can Tata Motors Teach Health Care Leaders

Everyone’s abuzz about the Tata Nano. The world’s cheapest car is taking India, and the world, by storm. It’s partly about the car and partly about the design and marketing process that led to this revolutionary vehicle. Leveraging the wundercar’s impending launch, Business Week (on March 18, 2009) asked the critical question in its eponymous […]

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Hair Care

Protecting Your Edges and Your Hair Line

Hair Weaves can help your hair grow and is often worn as a protective style.  Many women wear human hair extensions to give their hair a break from chemicals and heat.  However, while taking a break from damaging chemicals and heat, many women neglect their hairline or their edges. The hairline needs special attention and […]

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Health

Health Care Leaders Should Preserve R&D; Spending in Down Times

R&D; Spending Holds Steady in Slump, appearing in the April 6 Wall Street Journal, chronicles the benefits of continued corporate investment in research and development during down economic cycles. In this page one article, authors Justin Scheck and Paul Glader observe that: “Big R&D; spenders say they’ve learned from past downturns that they must invest […]

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