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'Friends of Faculty' - Fight for Your Rights - Satyamev Jayate

For every problem, there are multiple solutions. Don't excessively brood over the problems. Always explore options and take immediate action to fight for your rights. Don't suffer silently

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Execution Excellence Blocks Off Fires At Workplaces

Strategy without tactics is the long road to victory; tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat - Sun Tzu in The Art of War

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Case Study: Is That Your Ego?

When nails grow, we cut our nails, not fingers. When EGO rises, cut EGO, not relations — Anonymous author

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Case Analysis: Perceptions & Management

As we have seen in this case study, the organisation’s success is closely linked to the effectiveness of collaborative team work without which managers would be working at cross purposes, writes Ritu Mohan

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Transforming Coders To Leaders Is IT Industry's Biggest Challenge

It is imperative for organisations to identify potential leaders at an early stage and start seeing leadership training as an investment versus cost, say HR Experts

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We Are Like This Only!

Whether people are office-centric or create complicated work conditions, there are certain things that work in India, but may be frowned up elsewhere

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Modern Vis-à-vis Vedic Approach To Management

The Vedic approach could be simplified in six simple steps: Lokasangraha (Human Welfare), Shubh Laabh (Profits through ethical means), Nishkaama Karma (Action without greed), Vasudha-eva-Kutumkam (accepting the entire world as one family) and Ati-hyastha-varjayet (Avoidance of any extreme). The very quintessential ingredients missing in the modern management practices

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Creating Image Supremacy Of Name Identity

Very bad obvious names kill very good ideas quickly while borderline poor names with hidden weaknesses strangle great ideas in a slow death

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Global Age Coaching

Today's Master Coaches, in order to cope with the jambalaya of things, must deal with global age knowledge, thinking, and execution

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FreeCharge Rejigs Top Management, Elevates Govind Rajan As CEO

Co-founder and CEO Kunal Shah will now move to a new role as the Chairman at the digital payments company, the company said in a statement

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Be Bold To Lead In Turbulent Times

Leaders must be prepared to face any crisis that may occur, whether in the shape of a terrorist attack, natural calamity, and negligence within the system or industrial accidents

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Why India Was A Global Economic Power

Isn't it time we looked back into our history and searched for the wisdom of our Vedic ancestors to provide management solutions?

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Emergencies, Efficiency And Effectiveness Combine To Create Achievement

If you create your own emergency to do something different then there will be people who will wonder why you did what you did, and accept the fact that you did

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How CEOs Can Drive Innovation?

Digital change is coming fast, and it will not stop. Embrace it, understand it, and have a plan for it before it is too late. It doesn't wait or discriminate, only favors those who at least try to constantly innovate. I have found this "MOTELS" concept very powerful in driving innovation as a culture. Continuous true sustainable innovation can only be the road to continual success

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Cost Accounting In The Age Of Pricing

As alternative, modern costing techniques such as Activity Based Costing (ABC) provides a definite solution to this problem of inaccurate cost management.

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