Products are built the same way life has evolved and will keep on evolving in the future. The Red Queen Effect defines it well that how organisms must constantly adapt, evolve and proliferate in order to survive when pitted against ever evolving rival organisms in a constantly changing environment.
Did you know India’s per capita income for FY 2018-19 was Rs. 1,26,406 and for FY 2019-20, it is expected to be Rs. 1,35,048 ?
Per capita income can be defined as average income earned per person in a given area (city, region, country, etc.) in a specified year. It is calculated by dividing the area’s total income by its total population.
Almost a year back, I met some of my old-time friends ( going back 20 years or so) for lunch. It was like a get together of 40+ year old men who were meeting after two long decades to catch up like bachelors. The meeting started with lunch and went on to dinner late in the night.
Child malnutrition is a big blot in India’s growth story. While the world is lauding India for its growing economy, bold reforms and hordes of investors are drawn towards the world’s second largest emerging market due to its population dividend, India is fighting an internal battle to control child malnutrition and provide a healthy growth to every child.
So, you have been thinking about MBA for quite some time now ? Suddenly you have noticed that so many people around you are pursuing MBA and then, everyone is changing career options or hopping jobs to get a better profile. You have also started thinking that you are getting limited in your current organization and you need to do something like an MBA to grow further.
So, you are a working professional (most probably IT professional), who has a decent salary. But you have realized that you don’t enjoy technical life and may be you should move into management. Also, some of you may be facing mid life crisis. By now, you already have done many trainings in all the organizations you have worked for.
So, you know about SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle). And you have studied that boring book on software engineering. You don’t give a damn to the development model whether it is Waterfall model or Spiral model. And if you are new age engineer, you don’t even care about the new term “Agile”.
Exactly the way many entrepreneurs sit in their room and spend the night….
If you are planning to take the leap of faith, then you would have heard this line from many entrepreneurs and if you are an entrepreneur (whether failed or successful), you would have been through this or may be still go through this everyday.
With all the buzz around startups and entrepreneurship, I just thought about people who are employee and work for small and large companies and are not entrepreneur. What about them ? Just because entrepreneurship is getting limelight and lot a coverage in print and electronic media, does it make them the super mortals ?