Hemant Karandikar

Strategy is Not a Pointed Prediction of Future

 by: Hemant Karandikar

In a world that is unpredictable strategy, leaders have more and more apprehensions about strategy as effective tool for leading.

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Why Should I be Writing on Innovation

 by: Hemant Karandikar

With so much innovation-text flying around, what is the need for more text? For example see this blog on sources of innovation…

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A Multi-cultural World and Web Design

by: Hemant Karandikar

Ordinary people like us think that designers are a crazy lot and that designs happen somehow. Designers might think that users lack aesthetic sensibilities and need to be educated.

Amidst this great divide here comes a paper by Hofstede on implications of culture on web user interface design. As the web spreads more and more in a multi-cultural world such articles bring fresh perspectives for designers. Read on…

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Customer Exprience - is it a Branding Tool?

by: Hemant Karandikar

There are two kinds of CEOs. Those who only aim to deliver numbers and others who swear that “Customer Experience is branding”

Let us see what do customers experience. Read on..

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B2B Branding - You Don’t Believe in it! Do you?

by: Hemant Karandikar

So you politely listen to all that on B2B branding etc. You turn over the pages of your business magazine when you encounter anything on B2B branding. Yes, yes you have important stakes in a B2B company -capital goods, packaged software, banking services…. You are not alone in being sceptical. But would you sit up and take notice now that IBM is doing putting money or real B2B experiential marketing?

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Learning Organization

by: Hemant Karandikar

Today I come to one of the most critical yet one of most mis-understood concepts in modern management -”learning organization”. What is it?

Do overload of training programs, waves of abondoned initiatives, and brain-storming sessions make your’s a learning organization? What if all these still leave customers dissatisfied and employees bewildered and cynical?

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