08Mar

~A company can seize extra-ordinary opportunities only if it is very good at the ordinary operations. – Marcel Telles~ Top-line (Revenue) and bottom-line (Profit) growth are the two priorities that consistently show up in all reports on 2012 business trends. So, how do you ensure that your profits are growing...

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25Apr
By: suchitra M On: April 25, 2018 In: Artificial Intelligence, World of Work Comments: 0

Some of the biggest challenges in the field of recruitment stem from HR (Human Resources) bias, which impact the crucial aspects of diversity, inclusiveness and equality in the world of work. These issues can be hard to resolve since a lot of times certain prejudices or biases are so...

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18Jan
By: suchitra M On: January 18, 2018 In: Management, World of Work Comments: 2

Employee engagement is not just another buzzword or a metric that your organization needs to keep track of. It is all about creating a work space, where your employees can get up in the mornings and say, “Great, I’m going to work. I know what I’m going to do...

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24Nov
By: sudha On: November 24, 2017 In: Gender at Work, World of Work Comments: 1

What is Gender Equity? In one of our earlier posts, Implementing Gender Equality at the Workplace, we briefly spoke about the concept of equity, and how gender equity is a precursor to gender equality. In this post we explore the concept of equity in a deeper sense. It is...

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13Jul
By: sudha On: July 13, 2017 In: Business Operations, Communication, Management, Performance Comments: 1

The world that we inhabit today, is characterized most frequently by the relationship between consumers and service providers. The reason being, a majority of our actions are defined by either consumption or provision of services. We could be at the receiving end or at the end of delivery, whether...

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14Jan
By: sudha On: January 14, 2016 In: Business, Career, Management, Performance, Productivity, Writing Comments: 8

A Business Proposal or Sales Proposal is often the first strong knock on the doors of a prospective client. Whether it is in the form of a word document or presentation, it has to be impressive and paint such a compelling picture that the customer just can’t wait to...

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08Sep
By: sudha On: September 8, 2013 In: Business, Business Operations, Leadership, Management, Startups, World of Work Comments: 8

Very few people have the ability to capture their thoughts into a few words – words that leave a lasting impact, words that continue to inspire over decades or centuries and words that speak to you and give you your personal “eureka” moments.  Think about it, Aristotle lived between...

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If a man empties his purse into his head no one can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest ~ Benjamin Franklin What is knowledge? Is it the information we gather from various sources available in today’s always-on and seamlessly connected world? Is it...

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29Nov

You cannot be a good business leader unless you thoroughly understand the business operations in your organization and how it links to its performance. I have noticed one big reason business strategies fail – it is the unbelievable reality that senior leadership many a times doesn’t understand the basics of their...

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By: sudha On: November 20, 2012 In: Business, Business Operations, Leadership, Management, Performance, Productivity Comments: 0

Do more with less is a common refrain in any margin focused organization. But this management guidance should come with a big “Handle with Care” sticker. In the enthusiasm to meet cost cutting targets, sometimes organizations forget the “doing more” part and only focus on the “with less” part....

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