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Shouldn’t India be ready for a War For Talent?

Before we go ahead, let’s have a look at– What is a talent? By talent we mean demonstrated ability, achievement, or skill in some special particular field of study or interest. Having a bird’s eye perspective, we can now easily … Continue reading

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Paradigm Of Personal ‘Ownership’ in Business: An Elusive Dream

15 years back I came across a thought in a world-class management literature which made a great sense to me.  The thought then echoed my own sensibilities to the maximum. Though long periods of time had passed by, but I … Continue reading

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The Idea of Ideas : A Great Leadership Thought

“Because a leader is human and fallible, his and her leadership is in one sense finite–constrained by mortality and human imperfections. In another sense the leader’s influence is almost limitless.  He and she can spread hope, lend courage, kindle confidence, … Continue reading

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Scout For Your Secret Change Agents !

Every business hosts a plethora of problems—for example, its employees working at half of their potential; never ending conflicts between various departments and recurring turf-wars, and tumultuous market conditions so on and so forth.   But if you choose to look … Continue reading

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Infosys’ Greatest Contribution

On 18th May, 2011 when Infosys published its ‘30 Years of Infosys : Annual Report 2010-11’, its founder and chairman Mr. N. R. Narayana Murthy also laid out its path for future journey.   Murthy is stepping down as non-executive Chairman … Continue reading

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The Most Basic Rule Of Management

“As our business grows, it becomes increasingly necessary to delegate responsibility and to encourage men and women to exercise their initiative. This requires considerable tolerance. Those men and women, to whom we delegate authority and responsibility, if they are good … Continue reading

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Real Champions Of Change…..10% only !!!

The Change.  The most popular jargon of management dictionary.  Heard a thousand quotes about the change in general, in life!  But the ‘Change Management’ in industry, in companies, in organizations, had evolved into an industry itself. Well, change is an … Continue reading

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Shareholder Value Is The Dumbest Idea In The World.

In March 2009, the ‘Financial Times’, the leading financial newspaper of US published a series of articles on ‘The Future of Capitalism’.  It published an interview with Jack Welch, who is widely regarded as the father of the “shareholder’s value” … Continue reading

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