28 June 2017

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Management

Fight Inertia to Fast Track Growth!

By Pradeep Kumar

Organisational complacency is the most important factor hampering corporate performance. There is something more than strategies and plans that are required to keep an organisation going.Indeed, most organisations fail not because of faulty strategies and plans but more because of lack of implementation. The biggest obstacle in implementation is inertia, as being intrinsic, it slows down the pace and extent of processes and changes, making the organisation vulnerable due to time overrun and cost escalation.

'Infect' the Work Place with Data...

By Ajay Wahi

This is the easiet thing to do but the most difficult to implement, because once there is data, people have to accept it and the conclusions it indicates – there is no place left to hide.

The CEO Diary

By Ajay Wahi

As a CEO, you need to be a thinker and a strategist, with your feet on the ground and your mind reaching for the sky. Your effectiveness as a CEO, however, will depend upon your ability to identify and understand the ground realities of your business.

Sustainability in Biz Growth is a Must for Survival

By G K Pramod

G K Pramod, an expert in MSME Oriented pilot programmes, and the author of The Second Gear: Strategizing Business growth Plan for Micro Entrepreneurs,  shares  various aspects of Business Growth Plans in a series of columns through Small Enterprise India. Mr. Pramod discusses the importance of sustainability in business.

Importance of Scalability in Business

By G K Pramod

G K Pramod, an expert in MSME Oriented pilot programmes, and the author of The Second Gear: Strategizing Business growth Plan for Micro Entrepreneurs,  shares  various aspects of Business Growth Plans in a series of columns through Small Enterprise India. Mr. Pramod discusses the importance of scalability in business.

Coping with Changing Employee Attitude

By V Pradeep Kumar

I have been observing the constant change in attitudes of employees over the last two decades. Turning the clock back, during the 70’s and 80’s, things were different. Our economy wasn’t doing anything great and wasn’t close to becoming a world super power that it will now be. The revolution in IT, BT, BPO industries were not even dreams. The job opportunities weren’t many and the government, banks and public sector still were favourites for job seekers.

Mentors Can Unlock the Genius in You

By V Pradeep Kumar

The year was 1975. I had joined a degree course, completely dejected, having failed to get an engineering seat, which was the route to my dream career. With no focus, I was doing badly in the course. Eventually, I caught the attention of my mathematics professor who called me over to his office. He was a great listener and allowed me to pour out my woes. When I had finished, he smiled and said, “Perhaps, it’s good you missed engineering”. I was surprised and asked him how. He said, “Let's find out.”

Is Your Sales Team Driving You Nuts?

By V Pradeep Kumar

Years back, I suddenly heard a huge commotion in the other end of our office. It was around noon and any commotion at this time was unusual, as we had a large sales team, which would be out by ten in the morning.

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