Monthly Archives: November 2009

Rev Assurance to Rev Management :: Leading change of thought process

Apologies for any typing / grammatical errors! Please point out the same through your invaluable comments. I was reading the book, “Leading Change” by Philip Kotler– and found it amazingly simple to understand. (Suggest everyone who is in business). It … Continue reading

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Visualizing Growth

Apologies for any typing / grammatical errors! Please point out the same through your invaluable comments. Eric Schmidt knows, it would take Google a freaking 300 years to achieve purpose of literally “being the owner” (well that is not how … Continue reading

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Handling volume explosion of data

Apologies for any typing / grammatical errors! Please point out the same through your invaluable comments. Lets say you are Not Google, and you do not have BigTable, and you need to work with huge volumes of data, and over … Continue reading

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CEO- The best product manager?

Apologies for any typing / grammatical errors! Please point out the same through your invaluable commentsOne direct answer to the above question is “yes”.What exactly is a CEO supposed to do? Guide and lead the company to growth, prosperity and … Continue reading

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The Test Event Generator

Apologies for any typing / grammatical errors! Please point out the same through your invaluable commentsThis is the first post on the subject matter 🙂Before i proceed, it would be good to let you all know that there is a … Continue reading

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Introduction

Apologies for any typing / grammatical errors! Please point out the same through your invaluable comments There are a bunch of sites that provide information (and better information) like this one. But i wanted to put things my own way.So … Continue reading

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