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“Please,” “Excuse me,” “Thank you” and a smile can work wonders but very few people practise these
It does not matter what part of the world you live in or where you travel. There are three expressions and one action, which never fail. They are “Please,” “Excuse me” and “Thank you”; and the action is “Smile”. Whether in business or social interactions, these four are lubricants, which...
We are back a full circle. A dozen-odd years after the IPO (initial public offering) mania of 1992-96, the market is dead again. Ironically, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is the first to kick off a discussion on how to revive the primary market. As in the 1990s, this time too the market was killed by the combined greed of companies, investment bankers and investors. However, as...
In the 1950s and 1960s, Japan was seen as a low-wage manufacturer of inferior and cheap products. However, the Japanese were driven by intense patriotism to claim for themselves the position of an industrial power. The Japanese consumers were saving a lot, the loyal Japanese workers were putting in 60 hours or more per week and the Japanese companies were improving their management and...