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Staffers who are complimented for their work are more likely to have a greater zeal for personal and organisational success
People have to constantly evolve while business tools and practices have to make way for the new
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One-dimensional approach to work kills the joy of working and upsets one’s work-life balance
Samar Srivastava
“Offline will acquire online.” That’s the big call given by India’s retail king Kishore Biyani after the release of the new norms for online retail by India’s Department of Industrial …
Pravin Palande
Insurance products are sold on emotions and mutual funds on logic. Hence, the former appears more attractive
Systems like IBM Watson can instantly seam through billions of terabytes of data like medical histories, clinical trial information and journals to aid in diagnosis and treatment
MindShift Interactive
A CV is no more a sheet of staid information. It has its own colourful life
Sapience Analytics
Some Japanese companies allow employees to take a 30-minute nap to beat the mid-afternoon slump; studies show this increases productivity by 30 percent
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But with several brands vying for the customer’s attention, loyalty is limited in today’s digital world
Aveek Datta
The new Hydrocarbon Exploration Licensing Policy will help unlock India’s hydrocarbon potential, but a lot will depend on crude prices rebounding
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April 27, 2016 03:58 am by kurush
agree with it.
April 25, 2016 20:04 pm by jagdish
Times are a changin! The focus today is on results, employee well being and common sense. Gone are the days when you had to rush in at 9 am and sign a register. Look at the savings in expensive office space, fuel, traffic. Most important, this is simply a better way of working !
April 13, 2016 14:53 pm by Shome
I have test-driven the e2O. The car is very flimsily made and I am not sure if it meets adequate safety standards. Notwithstanding the fact that it is a green car, the poor workmanship, poor design, lack of charging points, poor resale value makes it a very difficult proposition for this car to be...
April 09, 2016 20:36 pm by Rajesh Kumar
I bought a sail sedan in 2013. It's a good car with an atrocious fuel efficiency. Add to that, some of its more professional distributors have shut shop, leaving owners at the mercy of mediocre agencies. My experience of Chevrolet is that it's a tired brand with tired and old people sitting at de...
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April 09, 2016 09:11 am by Mohammad Chowdhury
Interesting article: thanks! So if I understood correctly, you are saying that new policies have rendered it harder to drive scale economies in online due to more strictly defined controls on market dominance and tying up the supply chain through abusing access to sales channels, is that right? ...
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