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The 12 Things That Successfully Convert a Great Idea Into a Reality

We all have had moments of great inspiration – a fantastic idea fires us up but then nothing really happens. Turning ideas into a something tangible is the most thrilling but also the most formidable challenges ever. In an...

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Advice From 14 Successful Entrepreneurs for Everyone Beginning the Journey

Running your own business is one of the most exciting, and challenging, adventures you will embark upon. Starting a business, however, can be a daunting challenge even in the best of times.  It can get very lonely making all...

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Eight Signs You’re an Entrepreneur!

We are often faced with self-doubt. This is particularly true when we are considering a big decision such as whether to be an entrepreneur or not. A wrong decision at this stage can be very costly. This article helps...

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Why market segmentation fails in start-up ventures

That trying to sell to anyone and everyone is a recipe for failure is a well-known fact. Market segmentation techniques have been used for a long time now to narrow down on the target customers. We are often told...

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Why would you be led by Trump?

An analysis of Trump and Hilary Clinton’s leadership personas A number of short articles have appeared on this subject and quite a few from the London Business School, some even predicting that Trump’s leadership style will get him into...

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Theresa May’s visit to India

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  • November 07, 2016
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We had a chance to witness Prime Minister Theresa May’s first bilateral visit is to India to discuss trade deal. The focus was on technology and education. UK’s Turing Institute was a represented at the delegation. Prime Minister Modi...

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Lesser functional leadership, greater influential leadership required in Business Schools

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  • November 14, 2014
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Leading business schools in India compete for and attract a large number of engineering graduates. Engineers have natural inkling to gravitate towards the more technical courses and the business schools cater to this demand by provide wide offering of...

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Why business transformation fails and what can be done

Leaders need to transform businesses to keep them alive and competitive. A well- defined and well run business transformation programme creates operational efficiencies, serves customers better and creates value for the organisation by monetising these gains. Business transformation Business...

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Research backed evidence on how to make change stick

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  • April 15, 2014
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If 88% of the people end up breaking their new year’s resolution, what is it the 12% do and what can we learn from them? A study of 3,000 people led by Richard Wiseman, of the University of Hertfordshire,...

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Entrepreneurs and change targets experience similar emotional roller coasters

Understanding transition curves to achieve transformational success Most have us have been through transformational change, and fair amount of that comes from our workplace. Leaders need to transform businesses to keep them alive and competitive. A well- defined and...

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