Business analysis plays an important part in many projects, and the role of a business analyst involves understanding systems, processes and organisational structures, identifying future needs, providing solutions, and helping project teams …
Bangalore is the nerve center of Startup revolution in India. The authors unravel three key elements about Bangalore that connect to each other in a way that they feed off each other, creating a unique entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Saluto Wellness is one of the brightest flag bearers of the Startup revolution in India. When two senior corporate executives gave-up their cushy jobs and started the company, little did they know that it will take them on a journey of a lifetime. Read about Saluto’s success and find out how startup revolution in India has something to offer to everyone.
Historically, Japan and India always had a strong synergy. This article explores how this synergy is now spilling over to create open innovation and collaboration opportunities between Indian Startups and Japanese businesses. The result is revolutionary.
The article explores the impact of start-up culture on the society. The article discusses the key dimensions of socio-cultural fabric termed as CORDS (Convergence and connectivity, Openness to ideas, Relationship and Risk, Development and education and Sensitivity) and their implication on this emerging paradigm.
Whether you know it or not, your organisation is part of a larger ‘business ecosystem’ and its fate is interrelated with the health of every other organisation within. Your culture, innovation, sustainability, and focus on customer experience will dictate whether your organisation thrives or dives, says James Murphy of Engage International.
Frontline staff are your brand ambassadors, and greatly impact the customer experience your company delivers. It can be hard or impossible to engage deskless staff unless the right mobile tactics are used. Guy Chiswick, of Speakap, has the case studies to prove that better communication and engagement for non-desk based staff is possible and profitable.
“Employee disengagement is an epidemic of epic proportions,” says Tim Eisenhauer, Co-founder of Axero Solutions and author of the newly released ‘Who the Hell Wants to Work for You: Mastering Employee Engagement’. MARGINALIA speaks with Eisenhauer to explore his new book and what organisations can do to improve engagement.