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The shared pains are evident everywhere in all size of operations. Pressure for profits, high cost, improving the production and delivery efficiency, optimization of assets, efficient cycle time, increasing customer value etc has becoming a routine echoes across the organizations. The focus of operational innovation becomes even more important because it provides a collaborative environments which helps in generating diverse possibilities. In operational innovation you focus on the existing operations and the companies mostly have their improved alternatives (vaguely) to further enhance upon as compared to green field innovation where you need to have lot more unknowns. Read More »

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“A hero is a man who does what he can” – Romain Rolland

I want to start with form the first point of my last posting ” Pushing Yourself to the Limit….” Although it is important to not Burnout, it is even more important to lead a Warrior Way of Life and follow your passion. Everything has an end (including your life). You simply cannot reach where you want to be without “PUSHING YOURSELF TO THE LIMIT”. It is extremely important to keep pushing yourself to the limit (and lead a warrior way) to feel the existence of yourself in the environment you are present. It is important for your meaningful survival and charting your path in profession and personal life. Read More »

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There are two aspects to it. My emphasis in this article will be on the second aspect of it : Avoid Burnout. 1). You simply cannot reach where you want to be without pushing yourself to the limit. It is … Read More »

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What we are today comes from our thoughts yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life for tomorrow: Our life is a creation of mind. – Gautam Budha This powerful quote summarize a powerful lesson which many world leader and … Read More »

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The great German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche once wrote “The snake which cannot cast its skin has to die. As well the minds which are prevented from changing their opinions; they cease to be mind.” This is the ultimate truth and even echoed by Steve Jobs in his well known Stanford commencement address that you are going to die is the ultimate truth, you have nothing to lose. Various researches have proven the facts that people tend to maintain “Status Quo” because they feel that this is safe. We all have seen this happening even in the most dynamic organizations. Even the smallest of the impact decision is not being evaluated properly and led to less effectiveness. Organizations tend to repeat established behaviors. The current situation exerts incredible influences on organization directions and the lack of clarity in status quo creates irreparable loss. Making the change requires courage, conviction and responsibilities and may also lead to failure and/or less productivity. Read More »