Monthly Archives: November 2010

Conversation with Mark Zuckerberg, Robin Li, Evan Williams, Eric Schmidt

The Web 2.0 Summit is the only place, once a year, where leaders of the Internet Economy gather to debate and determine business strategy. This year it was held on Nov 15-17,2010 at San Fransisco, CA. Watch the video of … Continue reading

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Sales Enablement Platform

Source : Author : Alan Willis The Sales Enablement Platform, sometimes called the sales knowledge management system, is taking its place alongside the Customer Relationship Management system as one of the must-have platforms of an advanced sales organisation, specially pay … Continue reading

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Learn Exponentially Advancing Technologies at Singularity University

Singularity University  is an interdisciplinary university whose mission is to assemble, educate and inspire a cadre of leaders who strive to understand and facilitate the development of exponentially advancing technologies in order to address humanity’s grand challenges. With the support … Continue reading

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Free E-Book : How to Fame by Richard Laermer

“We are all known. And the way we’re perceived by those who know us—even those who encounter us briefly—affects our lives in tangible ways. Sadly, it doesn’t matter how fantastic you are if others’ perception of you is … off. … Continue reading

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The End of Management : Why Managers should act like VCs

Blog by Tory Gattis. Wall Street Journal Deputy Managing Editor Alan Murray has an excellent essay titled “The End of Management: Corporate bureaucracy is becoming obsolete. Why managers should act like venture capitalists.” It stunned me in its alignment with … Continue reading

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IPR Survey by CA Rajesh Haldipur

India has signed the Patent Co-operation Treaty, and its laws, after successive amendments, are TRIPS and WTO-compliant. However, Indian companies have yet to appreciate the threat this could pose. Over 80% of patent filings in India are still by foreign … Continue reading

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Oh… Expectations…..

When I try to resolve issues and conflicts, I see a clear gap between expectations of both parties. Most of the times, expectations are not made clear. In professional companies, you make the expectations clear in terms of KRAs & results. … Continue reading

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Google’s 7 Predictions for Display Advertising in 2015

Google Vice President of Product Management, Neal Mohan, and Google’s Barry Salzman, Managing Director of Media and Platforms for the Americas presented the 7 Predictions for display advertising in 2015 in IAB’S MIXX Conference in New York. The 7 Predictions … Continue reading

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Business Meetings with 10-member Korean Trade Mission

Indian Buyer’s/ Importer’s Meet KOTRA (Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency), Mumbai Office is a Trade Office of Embassy of the Republic of Korea under the Korean Ministry of Knowledge Economy.  It is a non-profit making Korean Government’s Trade & Investment Promotion … Continue reading

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Case Study : How Tata Motors turned Jaguar Land Rover around

Source : LiveMint When Tata Motors Ltd bought Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) for $2.3 billion (Rs. 10,258 crore today) in 2008, it quickly became apparent that the Indian auto maker couldn’t have chosen a worse time for an acquisition of … Continue reading

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