It was a morning meeting at The Paul, one of those charming, hip bakery-cum-coffee shops in central London this Friday with someone who is among the most active angel investors in the Indian start-up ecosystem. Ofcourse the conversation veered to Indian elections and something that the person said in the course of the conversation casually, […]
Thought the headline was an editing mistake that someone allowed to slip through. Not really. As the economy grows and demand rises across sectors, there is inevitable growth that every organization irrespective of its size witnesses. With growth come new customers of all kinds, hues, sizes, expectations, requirements, work processes and quirks.
The pen aka mouse is still mightier…
In the many things taught and communicated to entrepreneurs, there is one that figures at the bottom if at all it figures – the importance of business writing or communication.
In the last article we spoke about broad outline of how to differentiate between employees and co-owners and some broad outline of what can be done to motivate and retain them.
One of the continuing questions posed by any entrepreneur running a growing organization is what would really make them successful in the long run and what they need to do right now and in the near future to lay the foundation for the growth to come.