Monthly Archives: December 2010

Benefits of Outsourced Competencies in Business

Enough articles and news items have been written about the growth story of India. We would not want to repeat the same stories and take away your valuable time. We would like to present another key development which is practiced … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 5

This week’s links: In Pursuit of the Perfect Brainstorm: from the New York Times. “We need help thinking.” What’s driving Groupon? by John Battelle. “Groupon, I believe, has the potential to be a new proxy – one that subsumes the … Continue reading

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Video Interview with Michael Porter explaining the five forces framework

An Interview with Michael E. Porter, Professor, Harvard University. Porter’s five competitive forces is the basis for much of modern business strategy. Understand the framework and how to put it into practice. The five forces applies to all industries and … Continue reading

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Social Impact : Free Software Foundation of India

Free Software Foundation of India  is a non-profit organisation committed to advocating, promoting and propagating the use and development of swatantra software in India. Our goal is to ensure the long term adoption of Free Software, and aim for the … Continue reading

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Quotes – 15

“To believe that what has not occurred in history will not occur at all, is to argue disbelief in the dignity of man.” – Mahatma Gandhi “The very greatest things – great thoughts, discoveries, inventions – have usually been nurtured … Continue reading

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Once You’ve Solved for the Novice, You Need to Handle the Pro

Everybody has some portion of their life that is repetitive.  For these cases we want software that is optimized for massive iteration.  Yet often modern software is only optimized for the novice under the mantra of “simplicity.”

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How do you inspire your team ? by Vinod Bidwaik

Do you want to be the boss, manager or leader? You can be anything but at the end of the day you are expected inspirational to your team. The leader who does not inspire is river without the water. Position … Continue reading

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Sporting encounters of a creative kind

There are quite a few organizations where the term ‘creative’ is associated with the output of the advertising agency. In these uncertain economic times, this is an extremely dangerous assumption. With shrinking budgets on the one side, coupled with the … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 4

This week’s links: TIME Person of the Year 2010: Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook. The two-second advantage: An article on Vivek Ranadive of Tibco in Economic Times. “In the 21st century, a little bit of right information that you get a … Continue reading

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XMind : Free Mind Mapping Software

XMind is a cool brainstorming and mind mapping software and an easy way to share ideas. Besides Mindmap, you can also create Concept Maps, Organization Charts, Fish-Bone Diagrams, Logic Charts, Tree Structure etc. Watch the video below for a Tutorial … Continue reading

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