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Ben Horowitz From the Editor's Desk

When Smart People are Bad Employees!- Ben Horowitz
In hi-tech, intelligence is always a critical element in any employee, because what we do is difficult and complex and the competitors are filled with extremely smart people. However, intelligence is not the only important quality. Being effective in a company also means working hard, being reliable, and being an excellent member of the team. When I was a CEO, this was one of the most difficult lessons for me to learn. I felt that it was my job to create an environment where brilliant people of all backgrounds, personality types, and work styles would thrive. And I was right. That was my job. Companies where people with diverse backgrounds and work-styles can succeed have significant advantages in recruiting and retaining top talent over those that don't. Still, you can take it too far. And I did. Here are three examples of the smartest people in the company being the worst employees

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Huawei India shuts product assembling operations in Chennai
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro to Oppo Realme 1: Best smartphones under in India Rs 15000
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Online platforms capture 38% smartphone sales in India: Counterpoint report
Online platforms capture 38% smartphone sales in India: Counterpoint report
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Telecom department expected to clear Vodafone-Idea merger tomorrow to create country's largest mobile operator
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The Vodafone-Idea merger will create the country's largest mobile service operator.

5G panel identifies 6000 Mhz spectrum as available for next gen service
5G panel identifies 6000 Mhz spectrum as available for next gen service
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Mi.com grabs third position for online smartphone sales in India ...
Mi.com grabs third position for online smartphone sales in India ...
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No threat to feature phones in the next three to four years: Ziox Mobile CEO
No threat to feature phones in the next three to four years: Ziox Mobile CEO
The four-year old company, which sold about 3.6 million phones in 2017-18, wants to capture a 5% market share.

TRAI, BEREC Sign Memorandum on Preserving, Promoting Net Neutrality Rules
TRAI, BEREC Sign Memorandum on Preserving, Promoting Net Neutrality Rules
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) and European telecoms regulator group BEREC have jointly backed an open internet while calling for effective regulation of electronic communications even as net neutrality rules officially expired in the US earlier this week.

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