Innovate or die is comfortably the loudest call of this business decade. And though there is no denying its importance, yet somehow one feels that the word has been beaten to death by patronizations of all kind.
I actually have only nine and I hope you will add four more to this list and make it 13, so that it becomes "our" list and not just my list.
A young manager recently sought my advice on finding the “right” candidate for his team. “Should I look for experience or attitude Vineet?” he asked. “Neither”, I replied.
More often than not, when we are asked in the world of business to lay out a wish list for the government, it begins and ends at tax rates, tax breaks and perhaps deregulation to expand investment opportunities. But today, as I sit down to pen this column, I am haunted by a simple wish expressed by the 23-year-old gang-rape victim before her death.