Fujifilm Succeeded Where Kodak Failed

Coaching Tip

This is CEO Shigetaka Komari's own story of why Fujifilm succeeded where Eastman Kodak failed with hard-won lessons for managers and employees everywhere. Eastman Kodak was head and shoulders above all the others in the manufacture of photographic film when Fujifilm wasn't in 1963.

What Does George Lucas’s Film Red Tails Teach Us About Leadership?

Management is a Journey

George Lucas’s latest film Red Tails is the true, inspiring story of the Tuskegee Airmen who were American pilots and heroes in World War II. Leadership leadership motivation organizational productivity people skills performance managementIt recounts the story of American men who wanted to fight for their country in real combat but were not initially allowed to do so because they were considered unqualified [.].

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Slow Decline of Eastman Kodak due to an Inability to Reinvent

Coaching Tip

The film giant gave us the "Kodak Moment," which persists as the quintessential photographic experience even though in today''s digital camera age "selfies" on smartphones are a major factor. That is why it has been so difficult to change Kodak''s corporate culture from film-based imaging to digital imaging. . Kodak Focus on Film. When Polaroid came onto the scene, Kodak improved the technology of its cameras, projectors, film and processing equipment.

Films with Lessons


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Lights, Camera, Action!

Erika Andersen

Our partners in this endeavor are the talented, smart, funny and warm professionals of Capisco , a Paris-based film group led by Clement Jouve. It’s such a pleasure to work with them – I’m finding out so much, both about film-making and about great teams. Community Media Organizations people Work capisco clement jouve film leadership skills management skills online learning proteusleader videoI love being around people who are good at things.

Movies and Management Quiz


See if you can match the line with the film. Records Management "It''s in that place where I put that thing that time." This was first posted here on November 4, 2006. Some lines from movie dialogue demand to be used in the workplace. Here are some obvious candidates although some are obscure. Answers are at the bottom of the post.] Marketing "Sell crazy someplace else. We''re all stocked up here." Discipline " The time has come for someone to put his foot down. And that foot is me."

Make This the Year of Boosting Coaching Skills

The Practical Leader

We’ll be missing the Sundance Film Festival coming up later this month. There’s been a big surge in coaching over the past decade. Part of this is driven by the pressing need for increasing bench strength and succession planning.

Execupundit.com: Citroen DS: Not Just for Spy Films


Execupundit.com Commentary by Michael Wade on Leadership, Ethics, Management, and Life Monday, January 31, 2011 Citroen DS: Not Just for Spy Films Wheeler Dealers tackles a classic Citroen DS.

Blogging on Business Update from Bob Morris (Week of 8/19/13)

First Friday Book Synopsis

I hope that at least a few of these recent posts will be of interest to you: BOOK REVIEWS The Business of Belief: How the World’s Best Marketers, Designers, Salespeople, Coaches, Fundraisers, Educators, Entrepreneurs and Other Leaders Get Us to Believe Tom Asaker Leadership Transformed: How Ordinary Managers Become Extraordinary Leaders Peter Fuda Compelling People: […].

Mark Davis Blew This One – You Don’t Ban Books

First Friday Book Synopsis

Karl's blog entries American Bandstand Channel 8 Dallas Fort-Worth Dallas Morning News DFW Television History In Defense of Banning Books Kennedy Assassination Let Me Speak to the Manager Mark Davis Mike Shannon school boards WBAP 820 WFAA Zapruder filmIn the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Mark Davis is one of the most popular columnists and radio hosts. He regularly contributes to the Dallas Morning News, and you can hear his program on WBAP 820 AM / 98.7

Dan Roam: Second Interview, by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Bob's blog entries ABC News “ideation” Boeing Chip and Dan Heath CNN Dan Roam eBay Fox News Frank Luntz Gap Google Kraft Lucas Film Microsoft MSNBC NPR Stanford University the “Vivid Forest.” “I believe that any problem can be solved with a picture. And that anybody can draw it.”

SkillSoft to Film Videos on Employee Engagement, Strategic Alignment

Michael Lee Stallard

Building Awareness ~ Lessons from the Moon walking Bear | You're.

You're Not the Boss of Me

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10 Leadership Lessons From My Favorite Clint Eastwood Movie Quotes

N2Growth Blog

Regular readers of my weekly column have come to expect me to do my best in presenting them with fresh perspectives on how to manage the challenges that most of them face as leaders in their respective organizations. Take the opportunity to set direction and manage change.

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Weekly Leader

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How Managers Can Avoid Playing Favorites

Harvard Business Review

But when managers favor one employee over another, morale and productivity suffer. What Great Managers Do. Exceptional managers find and capitalize on their employees' unique strengths. Maybe you’re both fans of the same hockey team or you both like foreign films. “I think of my role as manager as empowering the people on my team,” he says. “I had no real experience managing a large, diverse team,” he recalls.

Managing Creativity: Lessons from Pixar and Disney Animation

Harvard Business Review

Ed Catmull is a co-founder and the longtime head of Pixar Animation Studios, which struggled for 10 years from its founding in 1986 until the runaway success in 1995 of its first feature film, Toy Story. Catmull expands on his ideas about managing a creative company that he explored in his 2008 HBR article “How Pixar Fosters Collective Creativity.” There was some unhappy news about one of your films in production. in effect, a mock-up of the planned film.]

Face Reading: a management 3.0 secret weapon (part 2)

The Atman Group

Famed film and television producer Brian Grazer created a show based largely on Dr. Ekman’s work. Using motion picture film Condon noticed blurs in the single frames of film shot at the normal 24 frames per second. Uncategorized face reading Management 3.0

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The Pros and Cons of Robot Managers

Harvard Business Review

Although the idea may sound far-fetched, not least because the automation of jobs is usually discussed vis-à-vis unskilled labor rather than management-level positions, it is actually more feasible than most people think. Consider some of the main tasks of managers: e.g., using data to evaluate problems, making better decisions than the team, monitoring team members’ performance, setting relevant goals, and providing accurate feedback.

3 Ways To Believe In Your Ability To Succeed.

Rich Gee Group

My family and I just watched the film, ‘ The Polar Express ‘ last night with Tom Hanks.

Leadership Lessons from Movies : Blog | Executive Coaching | CO2.


Albeit an old film it has great lessons for leaders. Watch Twelve o’Clock High in Entertainment | View More Free Videos Online at Veoh.com Movies are such a great way to help new upcoming leaders learn lessons quickly by having them watch the film and then have a discussion that follows with great learning targets. And he responds… In a post I did back in January I discussed how Invictus is a great film to teach the lesson of using symbols as a leader.

It’s Time to View Leadership as a Profession

Great Leadership By Dan

documentary film Jiro Dreams of Sushi tells the story of an 85-year-old. you watch this film yourself (it’s now available on DVD). As you will see in this film, Jiro is a professional in. I challenge you, upon watching the film and seeing how. theatrical film about him.

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Blogging on Business Update from Bob Morris (Week of 7/8/13)

First Friday Book Synopsis

May Michael Hess Nathaniel Philbrick Nathaniel Philbrick on his latest book [comma] Bunker Hill: An interview by Louise Braverman NPR Pedro Baranda (Otis Elevator) in “The Corner Office” talent management The Buoyant Leader The New York Times The yoga of business Viking/Penguin Random House Your Assumptions About Cultural Adaptation Are Probably Wrong

Picasso and Project Management

Strategy Driven

Films, books, etc. This just means that if they love films, they may still read a book. Or even a simple enhancement, like a book’s re-release with extra chapters or a film’s Director’s cut. Creating a Director’s cut is much easier than creating the original film from scratch for example. So what does any of this have to do with Project Management? Projects (and Project Managers) also have many different ways to reach the end goal.

3 Ways Pixar Gains Competitive Advantage from Its Culture

Michael Lee Stallard

Pixar has been phenomenally successful with the likes of Toy Story , The Incredibles , Finding Nemo, and Up, to name but a few of its films. Here are three ways Catmull and his leadership team create a culture that consistently makes great films. Pixar’s purpose is to “make great films.” Making great films is what attracts people to Pixar. When Pixar focuses on making great films, profit follows. As seen on Fox Business.

Rookie Talent: Avoiding a Kodak Moment

Leading Blog

During most of the 20th century Kodak held a dominant position in photographic film, and in 1976, had an 89% market share of photographic film sales in the United States. Kodak began to struggle financially in the late 1990s as a result of the decline in sales of photographic film and its slowness in transitioning to digital photography.

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Win the Rat Race: Taking 6 Steps Back

Linked 2 Leadership

Remembering that “everyone running the rat race is still a rat,” I have lately been watching some beautiful 1950’s black and white films to hearken back to a slower time. Future Leadership Issues Leadership vs. Management Life Balance Organizational Health Professional Development leadership leadership skills Stephen Covey values work life balance

Building Bridges With Dialogue

Lead Change Blog

This film is a must-see for corporate leaders. Discuss the film. Leadership Development Communication Community Building cross cultural communication diversity Leadership Management TrustA few days ago, I saw the movie Hidden Figures with my friend Gwen.

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Overcoming Inconsistency

Lead Change Blog

Inconsistency from leaders confuses people, erodes trust, causes fear, and can lead to a sort of learned inertia where the employee, paralyzed by uncertainty, just avoids or shuts down interactions with the offending manager. Inconsistent behavior is a silent killer in the workplace.

Managing Multiple Bosses

Harvard Business Review

While the film is most certainly a satire, for some, it is not far from the truth. More and more people report to more than one boss and learning to handle multiple managers is an essential skill in today's complex organizations. According to Robert Sutton, a professor of management science and engineering at Stanford University and the author of Good Boss, Bad Boss , it is extremely common these days to have more than one boss. "As Managing up Managing yourself

Protect Your Dream!

Ravi Pratap Singh

Starring Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith , this 2006 film is a biopic based on Chris Gardner 's struggle with homelessness while raising his toddler son. In one scene, Gardner (Smith) manages to find some time before work to play basketball with his son.

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Peter Berg: Become The Best Version Of Yourself

N2Growth Blog

This observation, I believe, is a good lesson for anyone, especially those in management. Working in a demanding career – be it film-making, engineering or finance – requires great concentration of time as well as energy. You can’t be your best if you don’t make time for yourself!

Did We Succeed This Year In Putting Our Employees First?

Tanveer Naseer

Specifically, I’d like to discuss a moment highlighted in the film “Invictus” which tells of how Mandela rallied his nation to support the efforts of their national rugby team, a team that was once regarded by many South Africans as a painful reminder of apartheid.

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Here’s a Leadership Hack for 2017: Start finding ways to Invert Control

Great Leadership By Dan

Other times it involves imbedding structural elements into your overall management and leadership system, but in both cases it works. When that manager checks back in it will be clear who did, and who didn't, do his or her job. Here’s an example from my place of work; the film set.

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Build A Buzz Around Your Business And Profits Will Soar No Matter What

Strategy Driven

In the film industry, movies are products. We have already mentioned how the film industry uses marketing events to create a buzz. Marketing & Sales business management marketing and sales sales buzz social media marketing strategydriven

Blogging on Business Update from Bob Morris (Week of 7/1/13)

First Friday Book Synopsis

I hope that at least a few of these recent posts will be of interest to you: BOOK REVIEWS Worthless, Impossible, and Stupid: How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Capture Extraordinary Value Daniel Isenberg Craving: Why We Can’t Seem to Get Enough Omar Manejwala, M.D. Bunker Hill: A City, a Siege, a Revolution Nathaniel Philbrick [What''s […].

Leadership in VUCA World: Perspectives on #IndiaHRChat


VUCA careers of the future will be like that of film stars, you play different roles in every second movie ~ @ideabound. - – - – -. Leadership Leading Change Leading People Managing Career career management IndiaHRChat learning VUCA

Tribal or Transformational? How to grow your startup when new business rolls in

Strategy Driven

As digital technology disrupted Kodak’s business, they held onto the film business as everyone was going digital. The tribe had its own management, goals and infrastructure.

Frontline Festival: 22 Leaders Share about Peer Relationships

Let's Grow Leaders

My film maker nephew, and LGL tribe member, Jared Herr with Steven Spielberg. But as an adult, filmmaking is all about appreciating the talents of the people you surround yourself with and knowing you could never have made any of these films by yourself.

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Frontline Festival: 22 Leaders Share about Peer Relationships

Let's Grow Leaders

My film maker nephew, and LGL tribe member, Jared Herr with Steven Spielberg. But as an adult, filmmaking is all about appreciating the talents of the people you surround yourself with and knowing you could never have made any of these films by yourself.

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