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Typeface - read in between the words

Jul 02, 2014

Typeface: The art of making a person read in between the words

Shikha Kataria - Senior Creative Designer
Senior Creative Designer
Well said by an artist, “creativity and hunger have no can compel a man do the impossible”.

Jul 02, 2014

Robustness Testing of Corporate Plans

Amitabh Mukherjee - Practice Director
Practice Director
I have a question for you.

May 26, 2014

How Good Are Our SOPs?

Nidhi Srivastava - Validation Consultant
Validation Consultant
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are high-level written instructions for performing recurring procedures safely, accurately, consistently, and efficiently. In the Healthcare industry, SOPs help in meeting business and regulatory requirements and...
Onsite/Offshore team structure for Project Execution

May 20, 2014

Optimal On-site/Offshore team structure for Project Execution

Chitranjan Nath - Project Manager
Project Manager
At the time of a new engagement, managers take into consideration multiple activities like charter, planning, effort estimation, defining goals and metrics, success factors, cost, outcome, etc.
Business value

May 15, 2014

Technical Writing and its Business Value

Dheeraj Gupta - Business Analyst
Business Analyst
In this growing era of technological environment the things are becoming complex. Things that look simpler on GUI have the most complex functions and procedures running behind.

Apr 18, 2014

Fundamentals of Disruption

Amitabh Mukherjee - Practice Director
Practice Director
We are all aware of the old wisdom: ‘Assume’ is spelt ass + u + me. If you assume something there is a very high possibility that you will make a donkey of me. Most projects fail when assumptions remain unstated. Therefore, recording assumptions are...

Apr 14, 2014

Jack of all trades

Harinder Sehgal
Jack of all trades, master of none “is a figure of speech used in reference to a person that is competent with many skills but is not necessarily outstanding in any particular one.” - Wikipedia
Future Flight

Apr 01, 2014

Future of Flight – Inspired by Nature

Amitabh Mukherjee - Practice Director
Practice Director
We fly because birds do. This is one of those hypothetical statements that is difficult to prove or disprove. The earliest man was definitely inspired to fly because he saw birds flapping its wings and flying.
Random Innovation

Mar 19, 2014

Random Innovation – the Only Game in Town

Amitabh Mukherjee - Practice Director
Practice Director
Some 2.4 million years ago, our Earth witnessed the reatest ecological disaster of all times. Nothing before or since matches the scale. This was bigger than the ecological disaster that wiped away the dinosaurs. More than 90% of the inhabitants...


Changing face of B2B

Jul 20, 2016

The Changing Face of B2B Marketing

Paresh Vankar - Global Head of Marketing - Financial Services
Global Head Of Marketing
B2B Marketers have long been thought to lag behind their B2C counterparts. In this Myth-buster blog, Paresh helps you understand how B2B marketing is changing and driving innovation in marketing
It’s All About Follow Up, Son!

Mar 12, 2015

It’s All About Follow Up, Son!

Vittal Devarajan - Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President
As you move up the corporate ladder, regular follow up on your plans becomes essential. Vittal's interesting interaction with a CEO of a consulting firm.

Oct 20, 2014


Naman Gupta - Software Engineer
Software Engineer
This provocative title might imaginatively take you in the direction of a bunch of people gathered for a social cause, releasing balloons as a symbol of peace. But Google has begun to change the definition of balloons and given them more reasons to...
Recruitment Tips for HR systems & processes

Sep 19, 2014

What gets measured isn’t only what should be measured!

Vittal Devarajan - Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President
Most enterprises lay a lot of emphasis on the old management adage, “What gets measured gets done”. Invariably all HR systems and processes are aligned to KPPs.
Disruptive Innovations Leading the world

Feb 24, 2015

Disruptive Innovation

Sushil Kumar - Team Leader - Operations
Team Leader
A disruptive innovation can help create a new market and value network, or disrupt an existing market and value network by displacing an earlier technology.
The Year of the Real-Time Enterprise: Is IT the differentiator ?

Feb 08, 2013

The Year of the Real-Time Enterprise: Is IT the differentiator ?

James Riley - Global Head - Innovation
Global Head - Innovation
There are powerful forces exerting pressure on CIOs and IT departments today.  Companies compete in markets where structural constraints (cost of entry, geography, etc.) are greatly diminished.  Success is dependent up
Resource-based to Program-based Partnerships

Dec 18, 2014

Transitioning from Resource-based Outsourcing to Program-based Partnerships

Vittal Devarajan - Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President
Much has been written about outsourcing, offshoring, near shoring, etc.

Feb 26, 2014

How iconic can be your UI?

Balakrishnan Ravichandran - Associate Consultant
Associate Consultant
Invariably, everybody knows what J means. The SMILEY. Wouldn’t chat messages seem odd if you replace the smiley with words? ​ Importance of Smiley
 Illustration: Balakrishnan R The Smiley icon really saves such awkward...

Oct 29, 2013

The Glass Enterprise: Visibility through Transparency

Veena Sriram - General Manager
General Manager
The Transportation & Logistics industry is constantly trying to balance demands for greater customer satisfaction against the need to keep costs down. With global supply chains becoming more complex and opaque, there is a need to maintain...


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