Case Study of Change Management and Online Magazines

Continued from my last post, probably the most difficult thing to do is bringing in “change”. In my experience, this is so usually because of the following reasons The person(s) … Continue Reading →


Vice Presidential Experiences

Thanks to classmates who voted for me in the IMF (Student Body of IIFT) Elections, I’ve had the excellent opportunity of having been the Vice President for the year 2011-12. … Continue Reading →


The Best of MBA Gyaan (Part 1)

The best learning happens when people smarter & better informed than yourself challenge and rip apart your presentations. The downside to this; even the idiots think they should chip in … Continue Reading →


Why I don’t pay attention in Economics class

(If you’ve already read this, see “Part 2: How I answer my Economics paper”) Here at IIFT, “Economics” appears in every trimester (in some form or the other), as part of our … Continue Reading →


How I answer my Economics paper

If you haven’t read “Part 1: Why I don’t pay attention in Economics class” please do so. This post makes more sense after going through Part 1. This is a … Continue Reading →


Sherwood, on the Night of India’s Independence

Sherwood, On the night of India’s Independence in 1947 !  I was in Sherwood (RH) from 1941 to 1947 . In those days we usedto sit the Cambridge exams and I did … Continue Reading →


I enjoy negotiations!

Taken from http://williamjcole.com/2011/03/negotiating-part-2/ We’ve had some really interesting negotiation exercises in class lately and I really enjoy these sessions. Here’s a bit of what I learnt. Make the other party talk … Continue Reading →


What gets me angry.

We had a class yesterday. This course is taken by a guest faculty. He has years and years of experience. He’s boring and feels quite redundant because most of what … Continue Reading →





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What I learnt from my breakup

Once upon a time , I used to be in a relationship with this girl who lived close to my home in Jaipur. We’d met through a mutual friend and … Continue Reading →


Abbe chamar hai kya?

I’ve recently gotten into this nasty habit of using the word “chamar” as a derogatory term for anyone who I consider uncouth or lacking in basic manners. As I am … Continue Reading →