Monthly Archives: February 2013

B2B better than B2C for first generation entrepreneurs

I have a feeling that for starting businesses without immense capital at one’s disposal, it may be smarter to start a B2B business. Building a B2C business involves building a brand among many, un-named customers, mostly spread across geographies – … Continue reading

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“Analysis” of a Morning Walk

So, I have taken my (rare) treadmill sessions out to the streets in this “blink-and-you-miss-it” winter in Mumbai. I think people living in Mumbai, who can walk to a walking track of a half a kilometre, are truly blessed. My … Continue reading

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Bringing the best out of staff functions…and how not to use them ineffectively ?

This might be relevant to senior managers or leaders who have a STAFF function at their disposal (besides of course a “LINE army” obviously). Line functions have a clear revenue-linked deliverable and hence are output-oriented. Getting the staff functions to … Continue reading

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