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Idea Generation – Notes On Entrepreneurship 04

If you have seen Mad Men, in a room with four or five creatives, Don Draper and gang will struggle with an idea and then finally with a flash of genius, someone will come up with an obscure idea which... Continue Reading →

Concept Of Intrapreneurship – Notes On Entrpreneurship 03

Some of the biggest and most successful companies in this world innovate at an unmatchable pace. Consider Google which develops more products in a year than many companies do in a lifetime. This pursuit of innovation speaks great volume about... Continue Reading →

Pull Vs. Push – Notes On Entrpreneurship 02

Innovation lies in the discovery of a solution that addresses a particular problem in the most efficient manner. The solution might not be the most technically advanced. The solution might not be the cheapest one as well especially where accuracy... Continue Reading →

Risk And Rewards – Notes On Entrpreneurship 01

What makes Entrepreneurship such a risky affair? One word answer to it is 'Uncertainty'. When Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook, the biggest risk-taker was the man himself. Eduardo Saverin was the next in line. Peter Thiel came in at a later... Continue Reading →

Design Thinking – Example 

To understand the entire concept, let us take an example. Jane is developing a software that creates 3D images from 2D images. His client is Lisbon. She is a sharp entrepreneur but not extremely adept with technology. First thing Jane... Continue Reading →

Design Thinking – Introduction

Let's address the elephant in the room. There is just one Steve Jobs and only a few are a member of his tribe. But there is a larger group of billionaires. So, there must be something that works without the... Continue Reading →

Scrum In SAP Implementation – Part 02

Last post's trailing comment was - can we use Scrum to make Implementation quicker/better? In this post, I will focus on the 'better' part and leave 'quicker' part to the client. This is purely based on personal experience and discussions... Continue Reading →

Scrum In SAP Implementation – Part 01

In SAP Implementation, many managers resist Agile/Scrum because, from their point of view, it is largely a waterfall model that is the way to go. In the hype of Scrum/Agile, Client is usually unaware (or worse, not concerned) about the... Continue Reading →

Accelerated SAP – High Level Idea

ASAP methodology aids in designing an efficient SAP implementation optimizing the available resources - time, money and human resources - using proven design principles. ASAP in principle closely align with Waterfall Model. ASAP or Accelerated SAP comprises of five phases... Continue Reading →

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