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Meet IBM's Transformation Man

'My simple instruction to every IBM salesperson is, "When you go to the customer, use less of this (he points to his mouth) and more of this (ear)".''Talk less, listen more",' Karan Bajwa tells Raghu Krishnan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   The top boss at IBM in the country has always had his base in Bengaluru, from where the global tech major runs its massive operations for India and the world. Not Karan Bajwa, who took charge as managing director of IBM India in January. The ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

Social media: It is messy, but it is democratic

Purists may balk at this level of public discourse, but no one can deny its ability to marshal opinion, says Vikram Johri. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com When a photo of actor Akshay Kumar meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi was circulated on social media, Rohit Chopra, associate professor at Santa Clara University, who runs the popular Twitter handle @IndiaExplained, tweeted: 'Kind of cute how Twinkle Khanna writes 'progressive' fluff pieces in ToI while Akshayji dances with Pogrom ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Does Donald Trump deserve a chance?

While political observers are unable to make head or tail of the US President, those moving in high business and industry circles tell B S Raghavan that Trump's style is exactly that of an aggressive and successful businessman. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com United States President Donald J Trump, both during his campaign and after assuming office, has stood on their head all the canons held sacrosanct by students of leadership, management, public administration and governance. He ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

The Making of A Terrorist

How did Mansoor Peerbhoy, an academically bright, suave and soft-spoken young man, who never exhibited any jihadist tendencies, go on to head the Indian Mujahideen's media cell?Best-selling author S Hussain Zaidi and Brijesh Singh, an IPS officer who heads Maharashtra's cyber police department, reveal how a brilliant but shy techie became a dreaded terrorist.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Mansoor Peerbhoy had had a rather privileged upbringing. He went to an English medium school and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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