Monthly Archives: July 2012

My 4-I formula for corporate success

  And here’s my humble attempt at simplifying the recipe for success in the corporate world. Since people love bundling management formulas by using words with the same starting letter, I shall call my 4-I (one more than Lord Shiva’s…must … Continue reading

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Vacationing…for corporate types

So, as we assume higher responsibilities on our corporate ascent, we are exposed to higher levels of stress than ever before. The “new normal” of poor condition of the economy doesn’t help. One has to definitely take some time off … Continue reading

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Average Building Height of cities

OK, so I did get an answer to one of my Statistical queries (see post under “Tech and other geeky stuff”). What is the average building height of different cities ?. I have retained only “key cities of the world” … Continue reading

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African businesses – the next big thing ?

An interesting article in the Economist on diversified businesses of Africa. Sounds suspiciously similar to the Indian environment 25 years back. Looks like African businessmen are getting into 5-60 businesses each, six being the average for the top 200 groups. … Continue reading

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