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  • Sep
    29
    By Payal Dhar

    Most tech writers and journalists will admit that a mobile phone launch is largely a been-there-seen-that type of event. There’s nothing really different in the new products launched any

  • By Ashish Bhatia

    Innovation follows an idiosyncratic agenda. We took over two million years to invent the wheel

  • By G Venkatesh

    Less than a decade old Lumosity an American brain-training company has in a way taken the world by storm. With more than 60 million registered

  • By M Muneer

    With so many things changing so fast today making training stick is a challenge for most companies. More so for sales people who are used to selling what

  • By Niraj Kaushik

    The pivotal concern for all business leaders across various industries is the drive for improved agility and more rapid deployment of services. IT decision-makers are under increased pressure to

  • By Rajgopal Nidamboor

    It is suggested and also evidenced that sleep is a sort of conscious relaxation. It imposes a separation upon the sleeper from reality while passing through

  • Sep
    22
    By M Muneer

    Getting your customers to be your business advocates is the ultimate challenge for most businesses. Much has been written about this by many kinds of authors but it is

  • By Susan Visvanathan

    American historian Gordon Wright brings an interesting facet of the 19th century preoccupation with crime and punishment. He argues that there was an excessive availability of cheap print literature