Leadership Lessons from Nine-Year-Olds

In the CEO Afterlife

The surnames of the class typified several creeds and colors – there was a Buckles, a Clark, a Karim, a Litherland, an Okano, a Suri, a Soltan, a Wang, a Yang and a Zeng. Five years ago, I became a blogger.

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A Lesson from Nine-Year Olds | In the CEO Afterlife

In the CEO Afterlife

Their diverse heritage : Surnames of Buckles, Clark, Dryer, Karim, Litherland, Okano, Suri, Soltan, Wang, Yang, Zeng. In the CEO Afterlife. Main menu Home. Leadership. Branding. Life. A Lesson from Nine-Year Olds. by John • February 16, 2011 • Life • 1 Comment.

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Math Anxiety Affects Consumer Preferences for Discounts

Harvard Business Review

People who suffer from math anxiety prefer easier-to-process dollar discounts (" $10 off the regular price of $50") over percentage discounts (" 20% off ") and sometimes make suboptimal decisions because of that preference, says a team led by Rajneesh Suri of Drexel University.

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The $300 House: A Hands-On Approach to a Wicked Problem

Harvard Business Review

Yet, Sunil Suri wrote in a post on the urban challenge that "slums by their nature are located where land and space are limited." Suri proposed potential solutions, including innovative materials, new ways of thinking of the construction process, and building up. Editor's note: This post was co-written with Christian Sarkar.

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The $300 House: The Urban Challenge

Harvard Business Review

Today, Sunil Suri offers a way to scale Class-A housing in densely populated areas. Sunil Suri is the founding principal of Menlo Capital Group, a developer, owner, and manager of real estate in Northern California.

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Verizon, the iPhone, and the Power of Second Chances

Harvard Business Review

NSN's new CEO, Rajeev Suri, had recently embarked on a business turnaround, and he also chose to spotlight the LTE team and other emerging leaders as a necessary success factor for an NSN comeback. If you can't do it right the first time, then do it better the second time. That's one of my favorite guideposts for sustainable business success, and Verizon is my latest poster child for this truth of business strategy (and life).

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