Sharp: Live and Let Live

Japanese electronics, who used to be on top of the world, has been sliding these days – steadily losing money and even in danger of going bankrupt – among them is Sharp Corporation. What happened? Why, advancing technology? Even those outside the company understands this side of the competition – So? Leadership Deficiency. The primary…

LEGO in this Digital Age

Absolutely, we recognize Lego as a National Toy Hall of Famer and certainly, it’s one of those toys that has left its mark in our lives – but with the blitzkrieg of digital games, creative play has entered a different realm. And with an unstable global economy, the world toy market has naturally slid. See,…

Chua Sock Koong and SingTel

In a 2012 “dialogue” with Singapore Telecommunication’s GCEO, Chua Sock Koong, what we’d notice is just like in any other industry and business – an assumed commitment to customers, a passion for innovation, and a vision for growth in its agenda, only said differently one way or another, and in tune with its line. Still,…

Flying with Ryanair

Flying is said to be the safest means to travel; but what if the airline available for your tight schedule has a history of questionable safety operations? Some months ago, Ryanair, an Irish low-cost airline was investigated for its air worthiness after it had 3 emergency landings last September 2012 – even leading The Sun…