Wednesday, September 26, 2007

If something is difficult — it’s a great sign

There is a solution to every problem

Mr Alok Kejriwal is a new media entrepreneur and founded the contests2win business in 1998. He has successfully created new-age businesses in India and China. In his non-working hours Mr Kejriwal meditates and collects Indian contemporary art. Here’s his take on four questions from Business Line:

Two things that my education/training taught me:

God is in the details.
There is a solution to every problem.

Monday, September 17, 2007

Attention to detail is critical to success

Nothing worthwhile comes easy
Dr J. K. Nair is Executive Vice-President and COO of Calsoft. An active academician and researcher, Dr Nair, an alumnus of IIT Chennai, serves as guest faculty at some of the leading schools and has published several research articles. Here’s his take on four questions from Business Line:

Two things that my education/training taught me:
Knowledge is learning combined with distinctive experience, context, interpretation and reflection.

Monday, September 10, 2007

Honesty is the best policy



Dedication is the key to success

Mr Dineshchand Surana is the Managing Director of Surana Industries Ltd (SIL), one of the largest steel manufacturers in South India. He was instrumental in setting up a network of dealers which helped the business grow fast. He had always dreamt of making it big in steel, metal, power and infrastructure. Here’s his take on four questions from Business Line:

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Monday, September 3, 2007

The importance of time management.



Mr Madhusudan Thakur is the Country General Manager, South Asia, Regus Business Centre. An MBA from Welingkar Institute, Mumbai, he has been instrumental in popularising the concept of outsourced workplaces in India and now into Pakistan as well.
His favourite pastimes are white water rafting, trekking and playing soccer. Here’s his take on four questions from Business Line: