Our video section is a collection of videos on Transformational leaders who have walked the talk and currently influence the direction that different industries take. We offer up a selection of videos created at AnuPartha or videos on leaders that we find simply irresistible and have to share.
Through Our Eyes
A great story told well or is it an ad for IIT(K)? Who cares? It is interesting to watch....
Guy Kawasaki: The Top 10 Mistakes of Entrepreneurs
Guy Kawasaki Silicon Valley marketing evangelist, writer, founder and investor talks about the mistakes that entrepreneurs make.
Simon Sinek: Why Leaders Eat Last
Simon Sinek speaks about why organizations need a well articulated vision, the essence of leadership and what it means to be a leader.
Build a Great Product First
In conversation with Stanford Engineering Professor Tom Byers, Ben Horowitz points out that entrepreneurs must be able to build a great product before they can build a great company.
Gary Vaynerchuk: Stop Storytelling Like it’s 2007
Gary Vaynerchuk entrepreneur, investor, author and public speaker talks about how quality storytelling is important and how bad marketing can destroy the experience for consumers...
Neil Blumenthal & Jenn Hyman: Why Transparency & Openness Wins
Jenniffer Hyman and Neil Blumenthal talk about transforming the retail industry through an innovative approach.
Warby Parker’s CEO on Disruption and Consumer Experience
Warby Parker's CEO speaks about the the evolution of their disruptive business model and how their innovative approach has impacted the eye wear industry.
Swim Toward Blue Oceans
Mike Rothenberg encourages entrepreneurs to avoid "red oceans," a business-strategy term for cutthroat markets where competitors struggle for incremental gains.
Margaret Heffernan: Why it's time to forget the pecking order at work
Margaret Heffernan talks about why social capital is the only way to to deliver long term results.
Sheryl Sandberg: So we leaned in … now what?
Sheryl Sanberg talks about hurdles a woman faces and her experience before and after 'Lean in'.
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