Why did all of this happen? The common answer is that the entire chain is compromised with an incentive structure that isn’t reliant on the success of a project. That may or may not be entirely true. For me the overarching reason is simple – stakeholders do not spend enough time understanding the size of their target customer base as well as what that customer wants. … [Read more...] about Mumbai’s real estate industry should learn the right lesson from Steve Jobs
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Bihar had breached the 1,000-mark on July 1 and the number of positive cases has risen at an explosive rate since then. The health department, however, insisted that the spike has been, to a large extent, on account of a huge improvement in the testing rate during the period. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus India: Bihar becomes 8th state to have COVID tally of over one lakh
The drop in market share, the most among all domestic airlines, showed that GoAir has been particularly hit bad by the disruption caused by COVID-19. Though the government had increased the capacity cap to 45 percent, airlines continue to struggle to fill seats. … [Read more...] about GoAir gets new CEO; Kaushik Khona to replace Vinay Dube
Their findings have broad implications for managers, who may be missing out on the best candidates by passing over prospective employees who express interest in compensation. Motivation purity bias also could have negative consequences on job seekers from lower economic backgrounds, who are more likely to need money, and on women, who are more likely to be concerned with flexible schedules and benefits, such as child care. … [Read more...] about Asking this question during an interview can wreck your shot at getting the job
I have always worked hard to build my career and my business around these core values, and I have always desired an environment that acknowledges team members as people first. Ultimately, I think this builds greater employer trust, eventually leading to enhanced productivity and a generally happier workforce. Time and time again the most successful organizations are those that prize transparency, flexibility, and openness throughout all levels. When we first transitioned to working from home at the beginning of the lockdown, I admittedly was worried about productivity. We are a professional services firm where our products are our people. But come to find out, our revenue numbers are as good as they have ever been these last six months—perhaps not despite work-from-home life, but because of it. … [Read more...] about Is ‘work-life integration’ the new ‘work-life balance’?