BLOGS/Ramblings of an Accidental Investor
Luis Miranda
Focus, especially when it comes to sanitation, has been on building infrastructure. Not much is being done to get people to use that
Luis Miranda
Image: Shutterstock I recently spoke at an event that focused on CSR in Education. It was a well run event, with some amazing discussions organized by Educational Initiatives (EI) and …
Luis Miranda
By not being able to delegate, the boss becomes the bottleneck and slows down decisionmaking
Luis Miranda
There is a need to invest in the generation of ideas and encourage the proper use of data in decision-making for India to have a strong and thriving democracy
Luis Miranda
Who decides what is right? Sometimes, it is all grey
Luis Miranda
The case of airbag costs vs passenger safety
Luis Miranda
Continuous supply of electricity for all is possible if the government takes small but significant steps
Luis Miranda
Why is Kailash a stranger in his own land? Maybe because there are so many Kailashes here who are battling exploitation in India
Luis Miranda
Economic freedom is probably the route to bring larger sections of the population out of poverty
Luis Miranda
Talks may not always yield favourable results, but they ensure that other stuff continues and that there is no bad blood
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May 21, 2015 16:27 pm by Hitesh Dave
Thank you, Luis.....!
May 14, 2015 20:54 pm by Sriraman
Wonderfully articulated - I more than agree with all that you have stated. Having worn both the hats of representing a funding agency as well as being part of a grant recipient organisation, I have realized it is only counter-productive to impose any curb on the administrative costs. I do agree on...
May 08, 2015 11:45 am by Sumathy
How true, particularly the part on 10% overheads being cast on stone ! Recently I also came across a situation where a well known Corporate wanted to do a CSR program without budget allocation for NGO man power - :> How is that even possible? I have experience in Corporate and I kind of know...
April 30, 2015 22:40 pm by Linus Farias
Luis, keep Rambling! I would recommend 2 programs that would help move the needle on this challenge: 1. It IS my problem, and 2. Sweat the small stuff. The first would create a forum which places CEO's and stakeholders at the same table to truly understand each other's viewpoint. The second would ...
April 25, 2015 18:42 pm by Parul Agrawal
Undoubtedly,this is a great initiative "but"(which still remains)very undoubtedly,this is not going to be fulfilled at least in context with the present situation.The toilet of course is a matter of("thing" of rather) concern and its scarcity is a great problem for the so called needed "consumers" ...
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