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- Graphic Novel Review: Level 10 Studios' Comic Jump
The artwork is sumptuous and visually rich, not quite manga, yet the action-sequences owe a lot to the typical shonen manga series.
- Book Review: Friends with Benefits
A Social Media Marketing Handbook
- Book Review: Rework
As the book says, “Change the way you work forever.”
- All is not Well at AoL
These flamboyant gurus are not religious messiahs but entrepreneurs with uncanny business acumen.
- Gems of the Planet: Infinite Vision
"Intelligence and capability are not enough. There must be the joy of doing something beautiful."
- Financial Independence and Freedom for Men
Financial freedom can free you from rat race and transform the quality of life that you live.
- Soft Infrastructure Development: Role of Private Sector
Soft infrastructure systems precede hard infrastructure and are engines of social transformation.
- The Writer's Dilemma - Print Or Online Publishing?
Getting tons of money due to my writing would be good as would a villa somewhere in Brussels, but those are pipe dreams.
- Delhi Needs Dr. Shetty
One short touch of inspiration and a person finds his goal in life.
- Book Review: Imagining India by Nandan Nilekani
The books mentions the ideas that worked, that are in progress and that should be explored but there is a lot more that Nandan can
- Nandan Nilekani to Become Chairman of Unique Identification Authority of India
He is one of the few leaders in contemporary corporate India with a grasp on a wide range of issues tackled by present day India.
- Book Review: The Google Way
How one company is revolutionizing management as we know it
- The Pirate Bay Founders Sentenced in Landmark Copyright Infringement Case
While this verdict will likely not affect file-sharing in any significant way, it will have two pernicious effects.
- Book Review: Masterminds of Programming
Conversations with the creators of major programming languages
- Book Review: Beautiful Teams
Inspiring and cautionary tales from veteran team leaders
- The Power of the Youth
How kids are being involved in financial initiative based charities and helping make the world a better place to be in.
- Book Review: 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know
The book is very much recommended, especially for getting that fresh perspective in situations when nothing seems to be working.
- Changing The Mindset - From Scientists To Entrepreneurs
A talented scientist who comes up with a novel idea won’t have to play office politics or be sycophantic to his/her boss any more.
Did you know there is a Professional Association for Butchers which traces its history back more than 1000 years? I didnt...
- Bimaru States In India
The bimaru millstone states around India's neck
- Action Sociology: Human Rights with Sanitation
Pathakji has transcended anger and hatred to make a difference, a big difference, through social entrepreneurship.
- Ending Coercive Land Acquisition - Creating Options
If this method is so simple, why hasn’t it been tried already for land acquisition?Somik Raha
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- Book Review: The Ten Commandments for Business Failure
This slim book is eminently readable and works best if the nuggets are mapped to one's own perspective and experiences.
- The Website Ad Placement Heat Map
The proper placement of ads on web pages is very important
- Public Services and the Public Sector
just because it is a public service does not mean it has to be provided by the public sector.
- Infected by Inflation
Inflation is a rapidly spreading infection and potentially fatal among the particularly vulnerable.
- Philanthropy - Giving it All Away
Foreign contributions to scores of Indian voluntary organizations, religious groups and charitable institutions every year touch nearly Rs 5,000 crore.
- The World Congress of Information Technology 2008, Malaysia
Some thoughts on the discussions at the World Congress of Information TechnologyDr Bhaskar Dasgupta
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- Attrition And New Recruits
Especially new joinees leave the firm, a little after the embryonic stage of their job career cycle.
- Narayana Murthy on Entrepreneurship
I was privileged to attend an interview of Narayana Murthy, the co-founder of Infosys Technologies...
- Reliance Communications - Go, India Go
Despite the likely hurdles in its path, I expect RCOM to reap the benefits from the aggressive strides that the company is looking to make.
- Microfinance - Money, Money, Money
To really make a difference to those outside the normal banking channels, micro finance institutions need to innovate.
- The Merits of Deforestation
Deforestation is Good. Really. Believe me.
- Smallest Format Retail - The Pani Puri Wala
These Pani Puri walas are probably the smallest format of retail. They just sell one item.
- Manohar And Rohan - A Tale of the Indian Middle Class
The story of Manohar and his son Rohan is also the story of the Indian middle class renaissance, a transformation that happened between three to
- Recycling Ships
I love ships, I adore their shapes and I love their behaviour.
- Access To Credit Should Be Recognised As Human Right
Credit for everybody is not a panacea for all ills but trying to get there is not bad either
- Dr. Dipak Desai Surrenders License in Hepatitis Scare
As many as 40,000 people may have been infected with the deadly hepatitis C virus or HIV from a Las Vegas clinic
- The PayPal Challenge
Ok, admit it, you smiled and thought, Herr Professor Dr. Bhaskar Dasgupta has gone around the bend.
- Reliance Fresh vs. Inefficiency - Smart vs. Stupid
if you can do suicide bombing for inner struggle objectives or secessionist objectives, why can you not do it for opposing Reliance Fresh?
- Vulture Funds - Recovering Non-Performing Assets
Now you might call them vulture funds, but these funds do work on what nobody else wants to touch. Good for them.
- Lead India - A Corporate-Sponsored Circus
The covert agenda of campaigns like Lead India is to spawn corporate friendly leaders who spread the gospel of neo-liberalism.
- Marching Off the Map – Fragments From a Diary
For as long as I can remember I have wanted to impact the world or at least a small portion of it.
- US Immigration - Stars & Stripes Lounges to Ease the Pain
This is a very good business proposition, and definitely a win-win case.
- Mckinsey's Eight Business Technology Trends to Watch
I am afraid these trends are spotty at best.
- Girish Bharadwaj: An Unsung Hero
Trifle makes perfection but perfection is not a trifle, these words of wisdom apply to this master artisan.
- IIT Kharagpur Plans School for Entrepreneurship
As an idea, I reckon, it is entrepreneurial; in the sense that no one else has thought of it. But would an e-school make business
- Social Entrepreneurs - Silently Changing the World
Just who is a social entrepreneur? Allow the Ashoka Foundation, which popularized the term to explain.
- Don't Look Back - Profiling David Bussau
What makes David Bussau different from other providers of micro credit ?
- Satire: BPO Idea: Sir, I'll Sleep for You
The software boom and doom came and went, and the whole sleep business continued to flourish.
- 'Hotmail' Sabeer Bhatia on The Idea of 'Failure'
Our business leaders are fond of summit-ing only with those who have made it big.
- Minorities and Poverty
Public policy should not be driven by blunt instruments such as skin colour.
- Are Women Leaders Any Different?
If women bring more sensitivity to human needs then we ought to be having more women in leadership.
- Boycotts: Gandhiji’s Forgotten Weapon
it is easier to pick up stones and smash shop frontages than walk from village to village and educate people.
- BlogWorld & New Media Expo - Blogs Go Mainstream
Be a part of this comprehensive blogging convention, the BlogWorld & New Media Expo.
- Entrepreneurship Rates and Countries
I read this very very interesting article in the Economist which made me go Hmm. The...
- Tech/Music Review: Musicovery
Find new songs and pamper yourself with different styles of music.
- Doing Business Improves In Most Countries
There is nothing like getting entrepreneurs to kick off work.