Unless we find ways of tweaking safety nets we will continue to see a shortage of labour which will impact projects and businesses across the country
These days I spend a lot of time looking at policy issues in the education sector, across all aspects - K-12, college and vocational. And the situation is deplorable. There is a lot of talk by the government, especially by the previous HRD Minister, but no serious significant attempts are being made to improve the quality of outcomes.
A disturbing scenario has consistently been taking place when promoters and PE investors, together, with the bankers, drive the IPO price up when selling the dream. The juice is totally sucked out of the company by pricing the IPO ridiculously high
In order to succeed, social entrepreneurs need to focus on sound business practices, just like for-profit entrepreneurs. Success in the social space is not just measured by IRR and the measurement of social impact can be expensive and debatable today
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December 03, 2013 00:36 am by Luis
Thanks, Lili ... Your paintings turn dreams into reality.
December 03, 2013 00:34 am by Luis
Arun, thanks. Years back a wise man gave me my best advice. He said, "Focus on the important things in life." Life never was the same again.
December 03, 2013 00:32 am by Luis
Bala, you can do it ...
December 03, 2013 00:30 am by Luis
Mala, the wife is always right ... Need a Sunday breakfast to discuss dreams
December 03, 2013 00:28 am by Luis
Sriram, you are living your dream also ... And creating new dreams as you go along.
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