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Imagine this for a moment: all that you see, hear, smell and taste are nothing more than electric impulses in your brain controlled by an enormous machine which needs to keep it engaged even as it powers itself from the bio-chemical energy of your body. These impulses keep you happy. It’s like you are in bliss forever. But, are you really happy?
30 Mar 2016
Ronnie Screwvala, one of the most successful media barons who sold his company to Walt Disney for Rs 2,000 crore, feels the entertainment business was “serendipity” for him. “Media was serendipity to me. I don’t think I had a clear vision that I wanted to be in the media and entertainment segment. I was clear […]
09 Jan 2016
We keep talking about the most influential people across the globe today, but on this day we must remember some of the gurus of entrepreneurship. Here are eight truly inspiring people, whose lives can teach hard lessons in entrepreneurship. Thomas Alva Edison: This famous person is wrongly believed to have invented the light bulb, but […]
05 Sep 2015
With a pay package of USD 84.3 million (Rs 525 crore) a year, technology giant Microsoft's Indian-origin chief Satya Nadella has emerged as the top-paid CEO in the US, as per a new list.
19 Apr 2015
“If there is something you want to build, but the tech isn’t there yet, just find the closest possible way to make it happen,” said FourSquare co-founder Dennis Crowley. It is this sentiment that is echoed at start-up events around the world. Be it the best of Silicon Valley, Malaysia’s Awesomeness Fest or our very […]
15 Oct 2014
Robert Maurer is the author of The Spirit of Kaizen: Creating Lasting Excellence One Small Step at a Time (see my book review). Lean principles have been applied in disciplines ranging from manufacturing to entrepreneurship, for innovation and quality improvement based on continuous incremental steps. Kaizen can be used not just by managers but every […]
15 Aug 2014
Though the media and consultants love stories of radical change, a more effective way of actually bringing about individual and organisational change lies in a series of systematic small steps – well exemplified by kaizen. The Japanese term kaizen means ‘good change,’ and is based on the philosophy of cumulative and continuous improvement. Its roots […]
09 Jul 2014
The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing – Walt Disney, Co-Founder, Disney Travtus Workforce offers electrical, plumbing, carpentry, patch work, window work and tile work options to its customers. They have an opening of Operations Manager. Carve Niche as an educational technology company that offers innovative products and solutions for schools […]
23 Jun 2014
If you are an entrepreneur with a great idea, a good way to get noticed is to share your creative journey with communities of interest around the world and to tell good stories. That is the message from Austin Kleon’s latest book, Show Your Work! 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered. Kleon’s […]
19 May 2014
Walt Disney, one of the biggest business legends of all time. Here are the five things that I have learnt from him: 1) If you can dream it, you can do it. 2) All the adversity I’ve had in my life, all my troubles, have strengthened me. You may not realise it when it happens, but […]
10 Aug 2013