It was not my badluck when I failed in achieving ordinary goals rather it was my too good goodluck as I was destined for achieving Xordinary goals!

It was not my badluck when I failed in achieving ordinary goals rather it was my too good goodluck as I was destined for achieving Xordinary goals! The above line is quite interesting to me, I think. And many times sooner or later one realizes this in his or her life. Understand like this. Your bucket needs toContinue reading “It was not my badluck when I failed in achieving ordinary goals rather it was my too good goodluck as I was destined for achieving Xordinary goals!”

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Why not 4.5 days work a week @India

Today H’ble PM of India Shri Modi is going to unveil a mega govt. plan for supporting entrepreneurs and start-ups. I always felt there is something seriously wrong with established (say more than decade old) Indian Companies and their mindset. I penned 2 blogs on this topic similarly sometime back: Importance of Manufacturing and DoesContinue reading “Why not 4.5 days work a week @India”

Becoming “Oblivion”: Caveat or Satisfaction??

We become just by doing just acts, temperate by doing temperate acts, brave by doing brave acts – Aristotle Sometime back I wrote 2 blogs The Bovine People and The “Agyaatvaas” Strategy. In the first blog I discussed how sometimes a section of people get tied up in mundane life. Thought it doesn’t mean that they are not socializing or attending offices.Continue reading “Becoming “Oblivion”: Caveat or Satisfaction??”

OSCAR Strategy II – from talent’s perspective: and why Indians are so successful in US

Few months back I wrote one blog on OSCAR Strategy (Organizations Strategy and Cars Across Roads [OSCAR] Theory) which I conceptualized how when looking at cars across roads can give you interesting insights and useful strategy tips for Corporates and also highlights the state of economy. But this tool according to me is not limitedContinue reading “OSCAR Strategy II – from talent’s perspective: and why Indians are so successful in US”

“Vairagya”, an ancient Indian art of Dispassion

Though I was about to write a blog on “The Theory of Tapasya” which is again an ancient Indian art of single mind focus for a goal, somehow I got the subject topic writing here first. “Vairagya”, an ancient Indian art of Dispassion, is quite interesting and useful in today’s stressful and over-connected world. InContinue reading ““Vairagya”, an ancient Indian art of Dispassion”

BJP vs Anti-BJP and The Toothpaste Strategy

Well, finally BJP, the ruling party in India, faced the consecutive second drub at state elections. This time in Bihar, one of the most populated states of India. I agree its easy to do failure analysis rather than projecting the fail in advance. However, let me attempt this in lieu of one of the strategyContinue reading “BJP vs Anti-BJP and The Toothpaste Strategy”

Indian Organizations VS Foreign Origin MNCs: Key Differences

It is a known fact hardly 4-5 Indian Companies are able to make an entry into Global Power list of Top 500 Companies, I mean Fortune 500. The Fortune list worries me. Despite being a nation with 1.2 Billion population which translates into a very big market; and a good talent pool of aspiring youth, whyContinue reading “Indian Organizations VS Foreign Origin MNCs: Key Differences”

The Open Cartelization of Telecom Companies in India

India has now turned into a nation of “call drop”. Talking on mobile phones is so much painstaking these days (from last 6 months at least). Today morning I was going through an English daily where it was mentioned how the present Finance Minister of India Shri Arun Jaitly ji informed angrily to the visiting CEO ofContinue reading “The Open Cartelization of Telecom Companies in India”