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Arpan Banerjee

Vice President of Business Development, Innominds Software

Stories from Arpan Banerjee

Culture Rules! Open Culture

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

A friend and I were strolling one holiday evening through a Park Street neighborhood, looking for a place to dine. My friend suggested Muglai cuisine.

I took notice of the parking attendant’s smile and greeting when he said “chust Urdu.” The doorkeeper opened the door and mumbled something in Urdu that sounded like a nice greeting, too. As we were about to take a seat, a couple of helpers arrive from nowhere and help us settle down.

Technology Trends in the Education Sector

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Today’s students are growing up in a digital world that utilizes a variety of hi-tech tools, from computers and video games to increasingly sophisticated mobile devices. Schools and universities are following suit, integrating a range of technologies both in and outside the classroom. Let us look at some exciting trends in today’s education sector.

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India-Korea Cooperation In Education Sector

Monday, February 1st, 2010

The demands of the world economy are changing. The 21st Century demands a new brand of cooperation on education. Several countries have put education at the top of their national agendas. An emerging trend is observed in the collaboration between various nations in the field of education to meet global challenges.

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Post Recession Hiring Strategy

Monday, February 1st, 2010
The signs that the economy is starting to turn around are obvious. The organizations that were running a lean structure for the past 18 months may be considering issuing those offer letters again. During the economic upswing, the best candidates are picked up by corporations that have the financial muscle power to pay a premium.

 

Product Development Challenges and Global Resourcing As an Emerging Opportunity

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

Global product companies or Independent Service Vendors (ISVs) are always under performance pressure as would any of us in our respective jobs. They strive for market expansion, increased product features and new product ideas and face the regular constraints of decreasing profitability, increased competition, dearth of resource and skills and rising costs with simultaneous pressure to upgrade and widen product offerings while using fewer resources.

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Product Development Challenges and Global Resourcing as an Emerging Opportunity

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Global product companies or Independent Service Vendors (ISVs) are always under performance pressure as are any of us in our respective jobs. They strive for market expansion, new products with increased or improved product features and face the regular constraints of decreasing profitability, increased competition, a dearth of skills and rising costs with simultaneous pressure to upgrade and widen product offerings while using fewer resources.

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A New Dimension in Corporate Social Responsibility for Indian IT Firms

Monday, July 20th, 2009

The basic philosophy that the corporate world follows is that every company, like every individual, has a duty to society. Just as individuals harm the environment, so does every company in its own way. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) thus focuses on reducing the negative effects to eradicate the harmful effects caused by a firm’s processes and product-usage and takes steps towards increasing its positive contributions.

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Employee Motivation – the Power is in There!

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

There are several myths about employee motivation that exist today. The most popular one is that people can be motivated. Well, not really. “You can bring a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink,” as the old saying goes. You cannot motivate people. The key is, however, to set up an environment that will empower the employees to motivate themselves.

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