Posted by Rashmi Priya on April 1, 2010 in
Customer service has become a buzzword. Every company wants satisfied customers and they will employ every means to hold them. Gone are the days when very few top notch companies had customer service department. Now you will find almost every company having a customer care center or they hire one to know their customers better. Its very well said that “ Customer is King “. There fore its very much necessary to look in to each and every problem of customer. Its better to sell 100 products to 10 loyal customers then to sell 100 products to 100 new customers.
Posted by Rashmi Priya on March 25, 2010 in
Every person in this universe is born with a purpose whether big or small. We walk a long way before realizing exactly what we want to do and for what purpose we are born. Things come and go. Every situation in life teaches us a lot and makes us more understanding and helps us realize our mission. Take the example from small to big things everyone has a specific job to do and within a specific time period. The honey bees collect nectar from thousands of flowers and make honey in the honey comb. They also pollinate flowers in the meanwhile and helps in pollination.
Posted by Vinay Yadav on March 22, 2010 in
Negligence increases after unsuccessful, unstable, unsustanable Vidarbha Movements!!!! They laugh at us after such movements, rallies!!!!! Why!!!! Answer is Lack of Dedication, awareness & People oriented movements. Our pro vidarbha leaders should change the way of Vidarbha movement. As per my opinion they should go as per the following stages ---
Posted by Dr Suryanarayana on March 22, 2010 in
The HRD Minister Mr. Kapil Sibal is trying hard from a long time to get the foreign universities in India. If all goes according to the proposal he submitted in front of the cabinet, the world’s best universities will establish their institutions in India very soon. Then you could have a chance to study at Harvard, Yale, Duke or Oxford in India. The Union Cabinet cleared most awaited bill for the awaited Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operation, Maintenance of Quality and Prevention of Commercialisation) Bill, 2010.
India is no where in top 10 in patents filed as per report of WIPO where USA ,Japan and germany are in first 3 positions respectively and China ends up at 5th Position.Situation is really grim.This after 18 years of fraudulent liberalisiation in India and 60 years of independence. While on the other hand third rate Institutes are shouted as world class by our government and media and cunningly supported by Americans to keep us in cloud 7.
WITH a general election just a few months away, the class-war trumpets are sounding loud and clear in Britain. From the Labour ranks come tired jibes about Conservative policies designed on the playing fields of Eton. From the Conservative benches a more interesting proposition has appeared.
The corporate quest for equality for women in management is a lot like motherhood: Everybody is for it. Bain & Company recently conducted a survey of more than 1,800 businesspeople worldwide, and nearly 80% of them--women and men--said they were convinced of the benefits of gender parity at all levels. And for good reason: Many businesses recognize that retaining more women as they ascend the corporate ladder will add diversity of experience and perspective and also will help them understand women as buyers and influencers.
While quite a bit of a fuss was raised regarding the kidnapping, smuggling and tafficking in Haitian children and rightly so, the same can't be said about the fate of Iraqi children. I have already written several posts about this new lucrative business in Iraq, that of the kidnapping, trafficking and trading of children, and I am always aghast to see that no media or organization for the protection of children, like the famous UNICEF or Save the Child or OXFAM or anyone else, has given enough attention and dedicated effort to denounce and stop this tragedy...
In these circumstances, one must have to analyze that why the BJP went back to Ram again. The main reason is that the BJP has lost its prime agendas before the general election as the Congress headed UPA government has snatched these with the prompt actions, policies and programmes, which translated as the great achievements for the country. The BJP was in the position to make terrorism, national security and inflation as its prime agendas for the general election.
Today, the planet is on fire with global warming, toxic pollution and species extinction, with fundamentalism, terrorism and fear. The dominant media tell us that WE are to blame: our greed is the cause, and we as individuals must change our consumer habits. However, if we try to deal with these crises individually, we won't get very far. We need to stand back and look at the bigger picture. It then becomes obvious that the driving force behind our crises is a corporate -led globalization.