Business lessons from The Boss Baby?
Sree Vijaykumar
Sree Vijaykumar
From the Editor's Desk
The Boss Baby, the latest animated feature from DreamWorks Animation SKG, directed by Tom McGrath (Madagascar), is told from the perspective of Tim Templeton (voiced by Miles Bakshi), an imaginative 7-year-old and delightfully unreliable narrator. Sizing up the motivations of a new sibling (Alec Baldwin) who arrives one day by taxi, Tim sees him as a pint-size corporate raider, staging a hostile takeover of the household, which is bound to involve serious top-down restructuring and the reallocation of parental love and attention. As the baby later confirms to Tim with the cool ruthlessness of any chief executive officer justifying downsizing: "The numbers just don't add up." For the ambitious and business-minded, there might even be leadership lessons to glean from The Boss Baby: the importance of delegation, cooperation, teamwork, and motivation. More here

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