Would you reinvent the wheel ?

August 6, 2014

Reinventing a wheel is a stirring topic. On the one hand, a great product/software is almost un-replicable. They are huge in size and usually provide support for everything that one can imagine. Nothing seems “out of scope” in that. On the other hand, there is something that a user is looking for, which the product […]

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How to get ideas- James Webb Young

March 21, 2014

James Webb Young was a scholar of advertising. There is not much literature on the internet about him but here is entry from WikiPedia.   How to Get Ideas from Brandon George

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Entrepreneurs, early adopters are your best bet

January 11, 2012

Creating a product and selling it to the market place is becoming more difficult because of  huge competition. The differentiating factor really has to make it worthwhile for people to buy any product. In a product life cycle, after innovation has happened, the next stage is early adoption. Early adoption is vital to a product […]

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Hey is that your monkey?

April 14, 2011

In corporate world, there is a term called as passing a monkey. It is about how skillfully you can duck a problem ( or a monkey ) that gets thrown down your way either by management or your coworker. It is reasoned that monkey should be passed on as soon as possible because if you […]

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We need to make the change

April 7, 2011

There are a plenty of changes going to happen in India, if the current movement against corruption wins. Entrepreneurship is still low on agenda for many people. The school education is still vocation oriented. Get out and get a job is the mantra. Getting a job means using intelligent people to do menial tasks. It […]

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