As Donald Carty, former CEO of American Airlines recently discovered, bad management is more than just being at the helm when your company is slipping into bankruptcy. While most media pundits felt Carty probably would have survived a bankruptcy, his ethical malfeasance cost him his job—and even an invitation to be the commencement speaker at Saint Louis University.
Previous to her role at Orchard Mile, Ms. Baik served as the Head of Strategy for Burberry Americas from September to Julywhere she focused on creating powerful brand experiences to position the company for multi-national growth.
While at Omnicom, Ms. Baik also led teams in architecting integrated marketing strategies, focusing on developing rich brand identities and communicating these stories both online and offline. How has your life experience made you the leader you are today? When I was 15, I was obsessed with Martha Stewart.
I loved her craft-filled books and her holiday themed TV shows, read her biography cover-to-cover and marveled at how she turned her creative hobby into a billion dollar business.
Martha showed me how big the vision could be on the front-end, while my mother showed me the patience and fortitude it would take on the back-end. The leader I am today is someone who believes in a big idea but understands the risk and sacrifice it will truly take to to achieve that vision.
I think that being a Korean-American and growing up straddling two cultures, the ability to empathize with different mindsets, being flexible enough to understand many different types of people has been incredibly useful, as leadership is all about understanding people and their motivations.
And ultimately at my core, the deep passion I have to make things better and to create something new is something I try to share in my daily interactions. How has your previous employment experience aided your tenure at Orchard Mile? For me, the process of trial and error was vital to distilling which disciplines I enjoyed.
The various work experiences have allowed me to get closer to my colleagues. In contrast, I know the high you get from being part of a team that is supportive and works together in lockstep to achieve a goal. At Orchard Mile, I have had the incredible privilege of being able to create a culture from the ground-up that is a response to my past organizations: If I could change anything, what would it be?
Clearly a great company needs a leader with a strong vision but also the patience and fortitude to see an idea through. The team needs a culture that gives people the ability to take calculated risks without fear of failure, to equitably give credit to others when it is due, to celebrate the joy of creating something new.
What have the highlights and challenges been during your tenure at Orchard Mile? At an early stage start-up, every day is fraught with highs and lows.
Today, Orchard Mile is a personalized digital shopping street, with visitors from over 20 countries and has over partnerships with the best brands in the world.
But in late when we started, it was extremely difficult to sign our first 5 brands to be on the platform; it was hard to gain their trust. Our company was brand new, we had no digital footprint; we were selling an idea and banking on the idea of trust.about us We are a newer (in our second year of business), locally owned company who is excited to offer a unique vacation experience in Whitehall, Michigan.
We have spent four years remodeling our vessel to offer our guests a comfortable and relaxing experience while staying on the water!
Karna (Sanskrit: कर्ण, IAST transliteration: Karṇa), originally known as Vasusena, is one of the central characters in the Hindu epic caninariojana.com epic describes him as the king of Anga (present day Bhagalpur and Munger).Karna is still remembered for his magnanimity, loyalty and for standing up for one's rightful place in society.
Managing to Stay Afloat In the wake of corporate debacles, management titles are addressing new concerns—with ethics issues high on the list a look at what defines integrity in the business. As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from caninariojana.com find NPR member stations and donate.
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