In an interview moderated by CNBC-TV18’s Executive Editor, Latha Venkatesh, Kumar said that the NITI Aayog and the government of India saw the MSME sector as the very backbone of the economy. According to him, as per figures available for July 2020, out of the ₹3 lakh crore scheme, ₹1.37 lakh crore of loans had already been sanctioned and ₹90,000 crore already disbursed. … [Read more...] about Powering the MSME engine in India
C. Constant innovation: This is needed to create new categories, which can be the second and third leg of growth. When the current business starts maturing, there needs to be a backup option or maybe even two. Great leaders always think ahead and are preparing for the long term. The innovation needs to be synergistic and should expand the horizon. … [Read more...] about History repeats: These 5 traits must for a multi-million player to become a multi-billion giant
The Poco M2 Pro is a great addition to the sub-15K segment; it takes the tried and tested formula on the Redmi Note 9 Pro and improves on it. The M2 Pro is a solid performer and packs a massive battery, a fairly decent display. Additionally, it fares excellent on the battery front and doesn’t get a lot of things wrong with the software. Overall camera performance was quite good during the day. … [Read more...] about Poco M2 Pro review: Is this the under Rs 15,000 smartphone to beat in 2020?
Recruit someone else Third, use the people around you for help. Let people nag you to stop a behavior. Humans are social creatures, and the feedback we get from other people is a powerful way to help us stop our bad habits. In addition, let other people give you suggestions of things they did to overcome their bad habits. Sharing tips and tricks is a great way to improve your strategies for changing your behavior. You can also try journaling to help you get a handle on particularly persistent behavior. … [Read more...] about Got a bad habit? Here’s how to train your brain to beat it
Roger Crandall: Most people have no idea what the heck a mutual company is. And then when they hear about it, they’re intrigued about how that fits with kind of the long-term nature of what we do [as an insurer]. Having to think about one set of constituents in such a long-term business is hugely valuable. The whole time I’ve been at the company, I’ve been able to think five to 10 years out, and not measure things on a monthly or quarterly basis. We compare ourselves on an operating basis to public companies, so we are as efficient as we can be, but I have no idea what someone on The Street thinks we’re going to earn in the second quarter. It just doesn’t drive what we do. And that, that I think is a really powerful and good combination. … [Read more...] about This 169-year-old, customer-owned company can teach us a lot about stakeholder capitalism