Systems Thinking & Innovation

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Managing the COVID 19 crisis: A supply chain approach

Covid-19 pandemic represents a novel dilemma - Do you choose a country's economy or health of its people? What is the way out of this dilemma?Read more

- Vector Consulting Group

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Going beyond data for decision-making

Find out how to overcome confirmation bias in decision making. It is high time that organizations invests in improving the thoughtware for getting more and precise data elements through additional investments in hardware and software.Read more

- Satyashri Mohanty

Too many cooks spoil the ..growth!

Read the article to know about how running too many initiatives simultaneously may be counter-productiveRead more

- Suhas Kini

Scientific Revolution, Disruptive Innovation and Theory of Constraints

“Innovation”, “Disruption” have been buzzwords for a while. Pundits remind us how Nokia, Kodak didn’t act on time and got disrupted into oblivion.Read more

- Satyashri Mohanty

Beating the Recession Blues

Management consulting industry and all IT vendors in enterprise space, promising productivity improvement have a business cycle well aligned with the overall economy.Read more

- Satyashri Mohanty

How to make ‘change’ happen?

In companies, there is a plethora of improvement projects deployed in any firm at any given time. But, can there be a situation where the very change that people are trying to implement becomes its own biggest hurdle?Read more

- Jitendra Dwivedi

Ignoring the Future

The Nano debuted in 2008. It was expected to be a historic event – the launch of the cheapest car ever to be sold on the planet. Auto analysts across the world prophesized the Nano would be a game changer for the Indian auto industry.Read more

- Satyashri Mohanty

Managing Call Centres : A Logical Approach

Today numerous call centres have been set up to help customers transact, provide transaction updates, act as help lines, answer product related queries, and even handle grievances. The job seems to be over. But Is it?Read more

- Satyashri Mohanty

Theory Of Constraints and the Thinking Process

Though Theory of Constraints was originally offered by Eliyahu Goldratt as a manufacturing scheduling method, over the course of his career, Goldratt evolved TOC into a systems methodology which encompasses a wide range of concepts, principles, solutions, tools and approachesRead more

- Dr Shelja Jose

Thinking Clearly

Business ‘Experts’ generally go around departments and ask people for problems, do a gap analysis (with help of some benchmarking data) and then they arrive with solutions, almost one for each problem. Unfortunately, the inter-relationship between the problems is mostly ignored.Read more

- Satyashri Mohanty