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Leadership

According to my opinion there are two types of Leaders existed, prevailing and will emerge. I name them as “Successful Leaders” and “Influential Leaders”.

“Successful Leaders”: People think that they are born to lead, it’s in their DNA, and they only know one mantra “Success, Success and Success”.

Some of the traits:
Know their goals and communicate to their teamThey have the best team in their teamLead from the front
“Influential Leaders”: People think that they are born to influence others, it’s in their DNA, and they only know one mantra “Influence, Influence and Influence”.

Some of the traits:
Know their Vision and empower their teamHave all in their teamLead from all sidesSummary: Influential leadership style will have more impact than the Successful leadership. People follow Influential type of Leadership because these leaders give/add value to them and in the Successful Leadership people follow their leaders because they have to follow due to the power/office which their leader is ho…

The Indian retail industry 2020

The Indian retail industry is one of the fastest growing in the world. Retail industry in India is expected to grow to US$ 1.3 trillion by 2020, registering a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 16.7 per cent over 2015-20.  India is the fifth largest preferred retail destination globally. The country is among the highest in the world in terms of per capita retail store availability. India’s retail sector is experiencing exponential growth, with retail development taking place not just in major cities and metros, but also in Tier-II and Tier-III cities. Healthy economic growth, changing demographic profile, increasing disposable incomes, urbanisation, changing consumer tastes and preferences are the other factors driving growth in the organised retail market in India.  India’s population is taking to online retail in a big way. The online retail market is expected to grow from US$ 6 billion to US$ 70 billion during FY15-FY20. Increasing participation from foreign and private players …

The Debt World

The world is still addicted to debt. Global debt levels show no sign of fading - despite promises made after the financial crisis to reduce borrowing. A new report by McKinsey shows governments, households, companies and banks owe $57 trillion more than they did in 2007, or 17 per cent of GDP. Ireland, Singapore, Greece, Portugal and China have seen their debts grow the most - while only five of the big economies managed to reduce their debt burden.
"That has to be concerning, because excessive levels of debt were identified as one of the main causes of the last crisis." - Edward Hadas, Reuters' economics editor
Governments have borrowed heavily to fund bailouts and help boost demand in the recession. Household debt too has risen.
McKinsey warns seven countries may face 'potential vulnerabilities'- because of it. It's also a concern in China, where almost half of household debt is linked to real estate. Since 2007, borrowing in China has quadrupled. It's n…

The GREAT ECONOMY COLLAPSE - 2015. Is coming...?

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IntroductionSo many of the exact same patterns that preceded the great financial collapse of 2008 are happening again right before our very eyes, history accurately appears to be repeating. The media and global politicians are promising people that everything is going to be okay somehow, and that seems to be good enough for most people. But the SIGNS that another MASSIVE FINANCIAL CRISIS is on the horizon ARE EVERYWHERE. All you have to do is open up your eyes and look at them.
Bill Gross - an American financial manager and author who is considered by many to be the number one authority on government bonds on the entire planet says in his latest January Investment Outlook:
“When the year is done (i.e., 2014), there will be minus signs in front of returns for many asset classes. The good times are over.”
The question arises to me that, why Gross and other financial experts being “so negative” right now? The answer is, they are able to see the same patterns that they saw in early 2008 unfo…

Business Analytics & Enterprise Software – US

Industry Size
Revenue:$28bn
Annual Growth:3.3% 2009-2014
Expected to Grow:4.1% (Average Annually – till 2019)
Employment:36,703
Businesses:603


Companies in this industry develop and distribute business analytics, customer relationship management (CRM), business intelligence (BI) and other enterprise-oriented software. Operators may also provide consulting and technical support related to this software. This industry does not include publishers of productivity or database software or manufacturers of computer hardware.
Industry Analysis & Trends The Business Analytics & Enterprise Software Publishing industry will continue to grow throughout the next five years, as new technologies in business analytics software drive demand. Large and small businesses will look to the industry for software, including customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning applications. Additionally, large companies will acquire smaller competitors to expand their portfolios, and as a resul…

Indian Insurance Companies - IT Spending in 2014

Indian insurance companies will spend Rs 121 billion on IT products and services in 2014, a 12 percent increase over 2013, according to Gartner, Inc. This forecast includes spending by insurers on internal IT (including personnel), hardware, software, external IT services and telecommunications.

The Rs 12 billion software segment is forecast to be the fastest external segment, growing at 18 percent in 2014 overall, lifted by accelerated growth of insurance-specific software.
IT services, the biggest spending segment for the insurance industry at 40 billion rupees in 2014, will continue to realise robust growth of 16 percent. Category leaders are business process outsourcing (BPO) at 25 percent and consulting – much of which relates to these insurance-specific application investments – at 21 percent. 
“Insurers in India are getting serious about their core insurance processes, especially where they help increase insurer penetration of the market,” said Derry Finkeldey, princ…

Sports Video Analysis - Market Study

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