Posts Tagged: USA

Learnings for Adults
WHEN WILL INDIA VALUES KNOWLEDGE WORKERS?
August 28, 2009
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Nationally, the average annual pay for professors in U.S. Public Universities is $115,509. Compare to this what Indian professors of the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) get annually – is just a paltry $12,000. Although the cost of living in U.S. is higher, the gap in the salaries of the professors needs correction. Is […]
Life
WORK CULTURE IN LOS ANGLES
July 27, 2009
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One of the main stream of Bollywood Anilkapoor said,” last week I was travelling three continents, from LA to Durban and Mumbai. I love my work passionately .Saturday and Sunday I was in LA. I get restless. Saturday and Sunday everything shuts down. I just learned what a week end is. I had worked 24/7.There […]
Life
ONE STEP FORWARD AND TWO STEP BACKWARD
June 10, 2009
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Hillary Clinton, US Secretary said, “America’s and Pakistan’s policy has been alike; one step forward and two step backward.” I do agree with the statement in the contest of management and balancing life. Benefiting community in 60 countries in the last couple of years, I had experienced that professionals are also passing from the same […]
Life
EXPLORE NEW BUSINESS
June 3, 2009
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CEO Gopal Krishnan said, “INFOSYS aims to raise revenue share of non-USA market to 60%.”  He is right. Leaders are always in search of new avenues and new ways. He cannot compromise with his goals because he is on the quest. LEADERSHIP IS MOVING ON QUEST.