Monthly Archives: January 2013

Managing Cash to Cash Cycle – The Pragmatic Way

As a finance professional, whenever I look at a Balance Sheet, my first focus area is Inventory portion of it. To me, apart from operational inefficiency, the biggest sinkhole in any organization is Inventory. In this entry, I would not … Continue reading

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The Monster of Micromanagement

As a parent and as a concerned parent, I always have a tendency to control activities of my children. At the back of my mind, I always have this feeling that 25 years back, I have already gone through what … Continue reading

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Intrepreneur Vs. Entrepreneur

As an educated and informed professional in his Mid-Forties, I am from the fortunate generation which has witnessed perhaps the most blazing era of development of all times. My children, who are 15 and 11 years old, refuse to believe … Continue reading

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