Monthly Archives: February 2011

When Delivering Measurable Business Value is not the key to success of a software project

It is a no-brainer that if your software project delivers “measurable business value” it is deemed as successful. But, is the converse true – that is, if no measurable business value is generated the software project is a failure? The … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 14

This week’s links: Top Mobile Internet Trends: Mary Meeker presentation. The Rise of Generation C: from strategy+business. “How to prepare for the Connected Generation’s transformation of the consumer and business landscape.” Articles on the enablers of Egypt’s Revolution: NYTimes, broadstuff, … Continue reading

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How CEO’s Can Inspire Their HR Teams

Gone are the days when CEOs sat at the top, doing nothing constructive. Today, they have to be leading a company to managing employees; linking organization objective and HR strategies with people management, CEOs are the top tier of management … Continue reading

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Creative Approaches to Financing

A Panel Discussion geared towards entrepreneurs who are thinking about the pros and cons of venture capital and who want to generate ideas about alternative means of financing.

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How Companies can make Better Decisions, Faster

Marcia Blenko, leader of Bain & Company’s Global Organization Practice, explains how to put effective decision making at the center of your business.

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Free E-Book : 101 Great Tips for Building Relationships and Opportunities in the Age of The Network

This booklet is designed to help you become successful no matter what the economy is doing, but it is even more powerful in tough times. We’re sure you will benefit from the strategies here that represent years of research and … Continue reading

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The Spirit of Gardener

Gardener gives birth to the garden and treats it like his karma field where he puts his blood, sweat, energy and everything that he can to see the garden remains green and attractive.

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 13

This week’s links: Can India lead the mobile internet revolution? from McKinsey Quarterly. “The country could become the world’s first truly mobile digital society. But grasping the opportunity requires unprecedented cooperation between the private and public sectors.” Finding the Next … Continue reading

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TCS iON brings the power of world-class technology to India’s SMBs

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading IT services, consulting and business solutions firm announced the launch of iON – the first-of-its-kind fully integrated information technology solution for Small and Medium Business (SMB). iON provides best-in-class, on-demand … Continue reading

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8 Questions to Help Decide if You Should be Raising Money Now

Author : Mark Suster A year ago I blogged about one of my most common mantras that applies to sales, biz dev & fund raising alike: “Time is the Enemy of all Deals.” When times are really good for fund … Continue reading

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