Use your 360 degree feedback wisely

Feedback isn’t a threat – it’s an opportunity for personal improvement and increased organisational trust.  We recently concluded our 360 degree feedback process, which was, like most years, met with mixed reactions. Not surprising though; because receiving feedback is always tricky. As leaders, we often think that we are required to have all the answers. […]

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The Role of Serum Protein Electrophoresis in detecting Multiple Myeloma

Electrophoresis Electrophoresis is a method of separating proteins based on their physical properties. Serum is placed on a specific medium, and a charge is applied. The net charge (positive or negative) and the size and shape of the protein commonly are used in differentiating various serum proteins. Serum Protein Electrophoresis Serum protein electrophoresis is a […]

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Learning from Rendanheyi

Haier’s radical management model, designed for the Internet age, cuts through bureaucracy and allows innovation to shine through.  As companies get larger, one of the big challenges that they face is how to balance scale with agility. In order to leverage the benefits of scale, companies introduce systems, processes and additional layers of management. Unfortunately, […]

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Be agile

In an increasingly volatile business arena, agility is key to competitive advantage.  “Success today requires the agility and drive to constantly rethink, reinvigorate, react, and reinvent” – Bill Gates  It is no surprise that volatility is the new normal. Fast-paced changes, new forms of competition, macro-economic uncertainties, and technology-enabled disruptions are making the terrain more complex […]

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Newborn Screening in Kenya: Current Perspectives and why it is the need of the hour?

For a newborn baby, the first and foremost gift every parent can give is a healthy future. In a developing nation like Kenya, despite it being the healthcare capital for its neighbouring countries, still, the healthcare here has to evolve to cover wider aspects. One among them is definitely treating the diseases of the future, today. It should be given […]

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The 10,000 Experiment, not the 10,000 Hours Rule!

Curiosity and everyday experimentation keep you at the cutting edge.  “All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make, the better” – Ralph Waldo Emerson How does a chess player go from good to great? What sets an extraordinary classical musician apart from the crowd? Why do some cricketers achieve legendary status, while others lag […]

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