The CEO who helped deliver the Flipkart-Walmart deal

Experts say Kalyan Krishnamurthy relentless focus, his aggressive execution changed Flipkart’s fortunes. He brought the edge that Flipkart was missing.

Bangalore: The outlook for Indian online retailer Flipkart was decidedly gloomy when Kalyan Krishnamurthy became chief executive officer in January 2017. The startup’s valuation was dropping, fundraising was more difficult and Amazon.com Inc. was pledging $5 billion-plus to siphon away customers. So the 46-year-old former hedge-fund manager took some risks. He fired senior managers, set more-aggressive sales targets, boosted spending on promotions and promised to dominate India’s festival-season shopping. His strategy worked, and now comes the return on those risks –- a $16 billion initial investment from Walmart Inc. in Flipkart…

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This Is Current Situation Of Govt Banks In India. Clears The Cheque With Sex Written On It

Current Situation Of Govt Banks In India

There is no denying the fact that Indian banks are going through a bad phase as first Vijay Mallya fled from the country after committing a bank fraud of Rs. 9,000 crore and then Nirav Modi did a PNB scam worth Rs. 11,400 crore. There is also news about Rotomac owner Vikram Kothari who has defaulted a bank loan of Rs. 800 crore. Banks have again become the subject of laughter when a photo of a cheque went viral. As per the pic, the person has drawn cheque on self…

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How you treat your loyal employees determines your future.

How you treat your loyal employees determines your future.

2 in 5 managers fail within their first 18 months according to Harvard Business Review. The main reason is departures or de-motivation of their best employees. Yes, “people do not quit companies, they quit their bosses.” Everyone knows that, including those bosses. So why do they not stop their best people from leaving ? 1. They think everyone is replaceable like gloves. Nobody can be replaced, they can only be succeeded. Not only everyone is unique, and has a unique perspective, but when a good employee quits, gone are: institutional knowledge,…

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Capgemini to hire more IT employees in India

Capgemini hiring

Capgemini has one of the largest headcount India. The company that employs over 1 lakh IT professionals have big plans for the coming year. Capgemini’s COO said that India is the company’s powerhouse. The French IT services company has over 190,000 employees working in 40 countries. Out of which, nearly 100,000 are in India alone. Capgemini is focusing a lot on opportunities in automation and AI. The company has already initiated re-skilling program for its employees. Among many things planned for 2018, hiring new workforce is among the top priorities…

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What Azim Premji learned from Satya Nadella

What Azim Premji learned from Satya Nadella

Recently, during the event of Wipro’s Earthian Awards- Bengaluru, its Chairman Azim Premji expressed that learning is a lifetime activity rather than just being restricted to an academic life. He said, “I think one should never stop being a student…change is happening so rapidly today for a professional that unless he is always learning, he is getting himself obsolete.” He was responding to one of the numerous inquiries put forth by the young eco-warriors who are being complimented for their sustainability projects. Edited excerpts from the Q&A: We speak only…

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