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Business Advice From The Top 10 CEOs In The World

Anokhi DIY Business & Technology Dec 13, 2014


Learn The Secrets Of Success From The Top Ten CEOs To Help You Achieve Success In 2015!

The Harvard Business Review has released its 2014 list of the top-performing CEOs. We’ve compiled some wisdom from these successful men who have climbed the corporate ladder and given a helping hand to their peers. Here’s some valuable advice from these successful icons that will help people from all sorts of fields to lead others, achieve success, and enjoy the secrets of that success.

Dhirubhai Ambani – Reliance

"Think big, think fast, think ahead. Ideas are no one’s monopoly"

Ratan Tata– Tata Group

“I dont believe in taking right decisions..I take decisions & then make them right..” So always believe in ur ability & efforts… 

Warren Buffett– Berkshire Hathaway

Advice for young women: “You do the same thing a male will do. You follow your passions. You find something you love. The truth is, so few people really jump on their jobs, you really will stand out more than you think. You will get noticed if you really go for it.”

Mary Barra, General Motors

"Do something you are passionate about, do something you love. If you are doing something you are passionate about, you are just naturally going to succeed, and a lot of other things will happen that you don’t need to worry about. There are so many opportunities and choices that women can make or anyone can make about what they do. Do something you are passionate about. Life is too short."

Jeffery Besoz, Amazon

"You have to be willing to be misunderstood if you’re going to innovate."

John Martin, Gilead Sciences

 “Hiring the right people along the way. It’s pretty simple. We hire people who are consistent with the culture of … collaboration. It has to be collaborative.”

John Chambers, Cisco Systems

“Determine how deep it’s going to be and how long it’s going to last. And cannily, you set your plan appropriately. It will usually be deeper and last longer than you think.”

David Pyott, Allergan

“I was always ready. When I knew the chance was coming, I took it. … I never saw the next five steps. I only saw the next one."

David Simon, Simon Property Group

“You've got to learn from history. It's a public company. The expectation is to grow, but don't do it to the point where you risk the foundation. We've seen that before in our industry. We certainly have no intention of following in those footsteps.”

Lars Rebien Sørensen, Novo Nordisk

“We have an open culture in the company; we hopefully have been able to create a culture whereby people feel they can be critical of the decisions that are being made, all of course with the intention to do a better job. Our office layout is a good example; it is an open office where I sit amongst the executives and our secretaries in an open space, to symbolize that anyone one of us can easily be approached. In Denmark we have a similar sort of social ‘evening out,’ which prevents us from becoming too arrogant.”

Featured Image Source of Ratan Tata: Luxpresso.com

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