Getting the Best People, Getting the Best out of People

In January this year, probably for the first time in my life I watched 3 movies in a theater in 4 days –  Friday, Saturday and Monday! In all 3 movies as the end credits scrolled, one common thing that Read more…


Batting in the Foreign Pitch?

As product management is gaining ground in India, we are witnessing newer challenges than what we had a decade back. Glocal, Global Village, Multi-site sounds awesome isn’t it? Yes, but the product managers will know that it takes a lot Read more…


Are you part of a professional community yet?

One of my uncle is a hardcore foodie. Once he overate this tasty snack of South India called “kodubale“. He developed severe gastritis and he had to be taken to a doctor. The doctor knew him and asked him in Read more…


Upgrade yourself the ILAS Way

Ever since my school days, I always found myself struggling in exams. Even after spending hours together on studying a topic, I ended up scoring average in my written exams. I had tried various methods to score well, but all Read more…


Why should you volunteer your skills to a start up?

Last weekend I met two of my friends, who are entrepreneurs and have their own start-ups. Each of them was in corporate jobs for over 10 years and has taken this leap in the last 2-3 years. We had good chat about their Read more…


Reinvent Film Certification Board

Narendra Modi Govt can really do well without unwanted distractions like the recent Censor Board Curse List controversy. These issues occupy media space for a long time, refuse to die down soon, and are unproductive for all the stakeholders. It is just lose-lose equation for Read more…


The Delhi Aftermath

Twitter and Facebook witnessed a troll fest on Feb 10th when the Delhi election results were announced. “Bhakts” had a tough time getting trolled by the “AAPtards”. The “Congis” were conspicuous by their absence in this space. Clichés like “Honesty Wins”, Read more…


Keep Your Presentation Crisp And Clear

This is the second of a series of my posts on the key take ways from the recently concluded Project Management National Conference 2014 in Hyderabad, India. This post talks about how Alyque Padamsee kept his presentation very simple and made his point effectively.


The one extra degree

This is the first of a series of my posts on the key take ways from the recently concluded Project Management National Conference 2014 in Hyderabad, India. This is my interpretation of the concepts presented in the conference. Every time in Read more…


The Trust Axis

When I bought a new car a couple of years back, I was very possessive about it. I did not like even a speck of dirt or a single scratch on it. The time for the first service came and Read more…