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Startups Need to Communicate the Bigger Sense of Purpose

If you believe hiring the right person or team for your organisation is tough business, then here’s a perspective that will broaden your mind. The perspective is a simple one – but one that often goes unnoticed and, therefore, is undervalued. It is the perspective…

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Learning by Doing

On entrepreneur.com, Richard Branson shares his business experience and advice in a column titled Richard Branson on Learning by Doing. Recently, in his response to a question asked by one of entrepreneur.com’s readers, Mr Branson said, “Successful entrepreneurs tend to be insatiably curious about almost everything, and…

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Changing of the Guard

Every once in a while there are turning points in our lives when an event or a happening brings in dramatic changes, urging us to view our lives differently. These turning points may not be as significant as a world war or a major revolution,…

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E-Tail or Omni-Channel: The Future of Retail in India

As it evolves, digital retailing is quickly morphing into something so different that it requires a new name now days called as, “Omni-channel retailing”. The name reflects the fact that retailers will be able to interact with customers through countless channels—websites, physical stores, kiosks, direct…

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Millennials: Re-Defining The Organisation

A month ago, MTV released a study on America’s millennials: in this case, American youths in the 16-24 years age group (though millennials are broadly defined as those born after 1980). The research study, which was conducted during January-March 2014, by MTV Insights titled Millennials &…

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Millennial Dialogues

Millennials are a rave today. The media features them in some context or the other almost every day. Brand advertisers and marketers have them on their radars. Academic journals bring out socio-psychological studies on them every now and then. Economists, Sociologists and trend-watchers say millennials…

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India’s Power Sector: Gearing Up For Growth

The power sector in India is full of opportunities and the coming years, which continue beyond the India’s 12th Five Year Plan, look promising. This positive outlook is, of course, necessary as power projects require long timelines from conception to commissioning to achieving productivity targets…

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Empowering The Power Sector of India Again

Power is the one of the most constitutional input to the socio-economic development of a country. The trajectory growth of Indian economy majorly depends upon the performance and growth of the power sector. As estimated, India needs to target a power production of 8 lac…

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A Wave of Optimism

An admirable quality about India is that, no matter what setbacks plague us, we can re-build our nation. Historically, we have survived invasions and colonisations, even the economic draining-out of our resources, to build a multicultural secular prospering nation which is, today, a leading example…

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The Beginning of a Journey

Just as Barack Obama stood for change and was elected as the 44th President of the United States of America in 2009, today, in India, Narendra Modi represents a similar metaphor for change and we elected him as our 15th Prime Minister in May this…

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