3. Prepare properly Creating well-structured responses can be challenging. There’s so much we want to say, but sometimes our thoughts come out of our mouths topsy-turvy. But learning to create smooth and persuasive answers is a skill, like any other. (It’s actually the topic of my most recent book, Impromptu: Leading in the Moment.) The most important thing you need to do is prepare properly by writing out potential questions and rehearsing your answers. … [Read more...] about Elon Musk asks all job candidates this one question
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Nitish Kumar, however, is right on one count. There needs to be a debate on the reservation, but not for extending it to the private sector but to rein in reservations so that deserving students and candidates of future generations do not have to migrate in order to secure better prospects. … [Read more...] about Reservation in private sector – an idea that needs a quiet burial
It would take very little provocation for the companies to move out of Karnataka, which it seems has been provided by the state government. The state government would have done so as a political move just ahead of the state elections, but the move has given a big blow to the IT sector in the state and with it perhaps the development of the entire state. … [Read more...] about Did Karnataka govt shoot itself in the leg by clearing the IT union?
Unlike the secondary market where there are many buyers and sellers and thus price discovery is possible, IPOs are a one-sided game. A company that is approaching the market, through its merchant bankers, decides the price at which it will issue. If the market conditions are not right they might choose to delay the issue. … [Read more...] about IPOs once again prove Warren Buffett right – they are avoidable
However, the management is cautious about the fact that the input prices have been increasing continuously, and they expect costs to inflate by at least 10% in the next quarter. The management has said that the price hikes taken in March 2018 and May 2018 (cumulatively 3.3%), only partially pass on the impact of the rise in RM costs. It expected to take further price increases to mitigate the impact. However, it has deferred the decision in lieu of the GST rate reduction. … [Read more...] about Eye on RBI policy meet this week; bet on these 2 Nifty stocks for better returns