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I had an email exchange recently with an individual who is an advisor in our work. It started with my sending him an email referring to a person I had come across - a polymath who exhibited interest and hands-on work in areas far from his chosen field of expertise (without identifying the individual, imagine a doctor who potters around with
A recent blog post on LI extolled the virtues of hail taxis and the new era of "Uberia". That set me thinking: aside from the possibly polarized views on the business viability of so many new-gen taxi ventures, are these mushrooming concepts contributing to hazard on the Indian roads? To me, they are not very dissimilar to the NYC
A slideshow in the February 18 issue of the Economic Times describes a concept being discussed by the Ministry of Road Transport for a network of driver-less vehicles to connect New Delhi with Manesar, or New Gurgaon, in the state of Haryana. Developed by Metrino Personal Rapid Transit, the system involves "small, fully automatic, driver-less
Every conference, every entrepreneur meeting, jam session, or talkathon I have attended in recent years has this buzz - call it hype - around the word "innovation". Whether hands-on geeks or wide-eyed entrepreneurs, they all appear to be completely taken up by this, even as the air is thick with the latest management jargon, the latest
As a writer, it feels good when something one has written quite some time ago is affirmed by contemporary events. So it is with my column Touchpoint that had an article titled "Lessons from IPL" I wrote in June of 2008. In that article, I chose to frame the flamboyant new kid on the block - the Indian Premier League - as an example to
People who know me are often amused at my ability to carp and the intensity with which I let off steam at most products or services I find lacking in common sense. In my defense, I retort that I am a perfectionist and have a short fuse for things that are shoddy or display customer unfriendliness or lack of process. There are three elements

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A slideshow in the February 18 issue of the Economic Times describes a concept being discussed by the Ministry of Road Transport for a network of driver-less vehicles to connect New Delhi with Manesar, or New Gurgaon, in the state of Haryana. Developed by Metrino Personal Rapid Transit, the system involves "small, fully automatic, driver-less
I had an email exchange recently with an individual who is an advisor in our work. It started with my sending him an email referring to a person I had come across - a polymath who exhibited interest and hands-on work in areas far from his chosen field of expertise (without identifying the individual, imagine a doctor who potters around with