It is scientifically proven that Loss Prevention is the primary and most effective way to improve performance. As it relates to optimizing internal capacities, it is quite easier and faster than applying any external improvement techniques. No external applications would result unless all causes of internal loss are prevented. Let us consider example of a balloon. You will not be able to blow it to size with whatever amount of air, until it has even one small hole. Similarly, you need to… Continue
Added by Mandar Khawakee on December 9, 2009 at 6:15pm —
"Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference." - Winston Churchill
Attitude plays a vital role in the life of any human being. Setting right attitude is instrumental in the process of being successful or achieving things you want in life. Here are some useful tips on attitude setting:
1. Do not fear
“Attitude is not walking like a King; it’s walking like you don’t care who the King is!”
Do not limit your thoughts… Continue
Added by Mandar Khawakee on November 30, 2009 at 10:39pm —
One of the biggest mistakes corporate professionals make is 'to assume'. They tend to take things for granted and do not understand that there can be (rather, are) multiple angles to the same view! They assume their bosses' views, they assume their colleagues' approach, they assume their competitors' pace, and so on...
In today's competitive age, if you miss your competitive edge, chances are high that you miss everything. The Performer brings you few tips - easy to remember,… Continue
Added by Mandar Khawakee on November 27, 2009 at 4:01pm —
First of all sorry that i was absent for many days from this lovely community...But i have been busy...busy with our new venture...TaaraGo
This is exciting concept and we have been receiving tremendous response. In just 3 weeks of launch we are 1914 'Seekers' strong community with 98 active 'Providers'. Seekers are the participants like you who wish to ' Do something New' with your free time (from Salsa to… Continue
Added by Archana Gaikwad on October 26, 2009 at 1:01pm —
This is Mehul Darooka here. I am working in a MNC and have also been associated with various other activities. Some are in the filed of event management.
I have 2 things to be shared.
1) I have a start up-Trans-ON Academy, where in i conduct various workshops on communication skills, soft skills, business correspondence, etc. Can any one of you require the same or can refer to me to someone who can generate business for me. Kindly do let me… Continue
Added by Mehul Darooka on September 12, 2009 at 3:47pm —
In this current crisis and economic downturn, we need active meaure and innovative skills ,new technologies that will drive both consumer and business demand.Which should have the ability to transform existing products and that is where knowledge plays an increasingly important role not only in innovation but also in sustainable social and economic development.
Develop new business models and adopt new, innovative ways of delivering services.
I would like to have an brain storming… Continue
Added by Mahen on August 28, 2009 at 1:50am —
Are there any shortcuts to being a successful entrepreneur?
" I have my doubts".
So what are the ingredients?
No! --- --- money is the least of your requirements. Of course, you need some but success at a start-up goes beyond that!
Added by Ashok K Daga on August 18, 2009 at 11:28am —
This is one industry where I beleive there is a lot of scope and would help india for "Mission 2020"
Added by Phani Sriram on August 1, 2009 at 9:32pm —
I need good contacts in xpansion and vertex software, the admin or commercial or operation person preferred, i got the office numbers but i did not get a chance to talk to them through the board lines in such cases the direct contact preferred.
Thanks in advance
Added by Sunil Joshi on July 24, 2009 at 10:05am —
In the era of globalization, businesses are no longer confined to cities, states and countries. Conference calls / web conferencing and virtual meetings are daily routine and widely used practices in today’s global work environment in most of the organizations. Multiple heads generally participate in such meetings from multiple locations. At times it happens that critical points are missed due to several reasons. Few of them being language disparities, voice disturbance and… Continue
Added by Archana Gaikwad on July 14, 2009 at 3:30pm —
if anyone's interested in getting workshops conducted on soft skills, personality development.... , please contact me
Added by harsh m on July 1, 2009 at 11:21am —
Create 1: to bring into existence 2: to invest with a new form 3: to produce through imaginative skill. Scary, huh? Enough to make many of us think that we'll never be creative, which isn't the case at all. Anyone who has used something other than a doorstop as a doorstop has demonstrated a degree of creative ability. When it comes to messaging, try reviewing the categorized list to your left, or the thumbnails below to get your creative juices flowing rampantly.
Think of creativity… Continue
Added by Mohan Nair on June 30, 2009 at 11:17am —
Games are one of the UK's great unsung creative success stories. But games studios must innovate if the UK is to maintain its position as a global industry leader. With more urgency than many other sectors, this will require supportive measures from policymakers.
The UK's video games sector is a major source of economic growth, with games expected to have overtaken music and DVD in overall sales by the end of 2008. Games are also a source of innovation that benefits the broader… Continue
Added by Mohan Nair on June 30, 2009 at 11:05am —
hi all, just became a member. looking forward to meeting new people and ofcourse oppurtunities regarding training and development...
Added by harsh m on June 22, 2009 at 12:21pm —
Well I had expected only around 5-6 people to actually turn up but surprisingly around twice as much turned up. Initially we just had introductions of people who had joined in, but it proved difficult as every time a new member came in, a round of intros started again(Must find a better way to do that next time). So here's a brief outline of the discussion for the benefit of those who couldn't make it.
We were also devoid of any agenda this time hence we started off discussing on… Continue
Added by Lakshminarasimhan Sundararajan on June 12, 2009 at 2:13am —
Yes. I mean it.
My expertise is more than 16 years in technologies and management. I have a vast experience in Web/windows/SOA technologies and very good exposure to designing/architecting large (terabytes) database applications.
I will love to share some of my knowledge free of cost, as long as my time permits.
Added by Amit Basu on June 9, 2009 at 12:16am —
Hi All, We are a small team, looking for a place near Karvenagar / Kothrud / Sinhgad Road.
Please let me if someone is interested. You can reach me @ 9970927108
Added by Krishnakant Patel on June 6, 2009 at 6:46pm —
This is not the blog, i m writing to promote my business or sumthing else. Since last some days , my inner self is making me realise and making me uncomfortable , consistently. Its the restlessness i m going through. The messages we generally get through movies like Swades, Mi Shivaji Raje Bhosale Boltoy,,and similars,,,,,,we take it as just entertainment.
These movies are so thought provoking ,,, to open our eyes and mind , add some leadership vitamin in us. I… Continue
Added by Niraj Jawanjal on June 1, 2009 at 9:00pm —
I was little demoralised in state of recession where there were no takers for my ideas. While working for people outside country I really dont have much contacts here in Pune. While googling I found OCC and really thought this is the best platform to get new contacts who have similar thinking. This is my first post here so I am very excited about joining OCC and I am sure I will get some great advice and opportunities from here.
I feel bad that why I have not found OCC earlier but as… Continue
Added by Upendra Kolte on May 28, 2009 at 12:55pm —
Reading a very interesting book called "The Long Tail" by Chris Anderson. Anderson is a former editor of Wired magazine and talks about a new economic concept of the "Long Tail" due to the internet. What exactly is the long tail, in layman terms its the revenue from niche choices that reduces the dependency of a business on generating revenue from a select few considered as popular choices. It also means more consumer freedom as he/she is not restricted in terms to accept popular… Continue
Added by Lakshminarasimhan Sundararajan on May 24, 2009 at 10:30am —