Power shift: Killing families and corporates

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Be it Infosys or Tata , change of guards is never easy. Even people like Ratan tata or Narayana Murthy feel emotional pressure. They don't want to give free hand to next generation. With age possessiveness increases and capability decreases. Smooth transition is rare. Leg pulling starts in family / corporate. Emotionalism takes over logic. People fight for small -2 things.

Corruption is a necessary evil

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Corruption is outcome of hunger. Corruption is outcome of hunger of look respected, big and powerful in society. Politicians helps businessman for assets or market shares. Media men helps their friend to win votes. So corruption is helping friends in acquisition of assets.

Why connection is so important?

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We meet so many faces every day, do we really connect? Every relation/bond has bundle of emotions, haziness, doubts, and differences. Difference of opinion is ok but what matter is lack of trust. 100% trust is ideal or expected even in closest relations. That is only possible with people who live whole-heartedly. Haziness in bonds happens because of two reasons, one is shame and other is fear.

Bell curve –A Talent killer

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Review time is nearby. Companies will fit their employees in a curve and will brand them performers and non-performers. And afterwards, work equations will change. Excellent will celebrate and some will slow down too as objective has been met. Angry birds will protest and will look out for better options. Emotional dynamics of teams will change. Some known and some unknown bias will come out.

Ruchir Sharma On 10 Big 2017 Trends Including The Death Of Outsourcing

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By many accounts, the election of a former reality TV star as leader of the free world has made its future more unreal, and more difficult to forecast. But Donald Trump is just a striking reminder of a basic forecasting rule: expect the unexpected. Here are 10 trends to watch in 2017, with an eye to the unexpected.

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