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Rivalry amongst sellers in a constricted market space is customary and companies incessantly battle it out, because the arena is extremely lucrative. The toughest competition is witnessed in the highest demand markets and a couple of percentage shifts in market share changes the dynamics drastically. History is replete with rivalry; Ferrari vs. Lamborghini, a 47-year-old sustained feud, Coke vs. Pepsi, the mother of all ‘dog eat dog’ unmerciful rivalries, Reebok vs. Nike,… Read More

Hunting in common parlance means to chase, to pursue, to search, to seek for, obtain and to scour. Mainly it was for subsistence (as in food) or for a profit (tusks, animal hide, skin etc.) or a sport (was construed as a royal sport in certain cultures). Hunting for food was the way mankind survived once. Today it isn’t so. In the civilized world, one doesn’t have to hunt for food but… Read More

From virtually permanent jobs a few decades back to the culture of frequent job hops these days encases the change in the playing arena. Predominant driver for this job transition is disruptive innovation. No product or service enjoy hegemony beyond a few years (petering out to perhaps months) as someone always comes along and disrupts the cash cow of the firm. It may not have happened in all industry segments yet and… Read More

Amidst myriad essentials, Vision constitute a vital aspect in organizational accomplishment. It is a conduit to explicitly communicate the organizations ambitions. Of course leaders do recognize its monumental importance and its formation is never dealt in a cavalier fashion. Apart from forming and communicating the vision to the organization, the leader hangs on to its implementation with tenacity. Of considerable import is the need for the CEO to have an inner syndicate… Read More

Innovation, just a decade back had its accustomed incremental pace but something decidedly adrenalized its momentum to such an extent that leaps in the last decade has been astonishing. iPhone, iPad, Google glass, YouTube, camera phones, Google self driving car, commercial GPS, DNA testing & sequencing and many others exist and even though they aren’t inventions, they are brilliant innovations or improvisations over cars, phones, cameras, glass, navigation systems, erstwhile medical themes… Read More

Why most people don’t take risks or are just happy with incremental risks in their life? What does it take for them to sever the umbilical cord of feed coming to them in terms of money, salary, societal comfort, same friends, same habits, same tasks, same challenges with marginal variance and instead why don’t they intentionally explore uncertainty with the hope that better financial models, more exciting career, new meaningful friends, enriched… Read More

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