It is one such day when you decide that instead of going to the office you want to relax and work from home or a café for a change. You head to the nearest café and find a suitable table to set up your temporary workstation. You are then obligated to order coffee or a [...]
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Interview by India in Making, College Zeros to College Heroes Podcast with Shesh Paplikar, CEO of BHIVE Workspace
Tough situations build strong people. This is an apt description for an eminent personality like Shesh Rao Paplikar – CEO and Co-founder of BHIVE workspace. The interview conducted by Keerthan who is a part of the initiative – ‘India in Making’ featured Shesh in their College Zeroes to Career Heroes Podcast Series. Shesh shares his [...]
In today’s context, networking is much more than just exchange of information or building contacts. Most organizations encourage their people to incorporate this into their everyday lives. But have you ever wondered if practising networking is as easy as it sounds? Because the first thought that comes to one’s mind is, how can I randomly [...]
Don’t you want to show the world who you are? Don’t you want to make a mark in life? Don’t you want yourself to be a role model for somebody? Then what’s stopping you? Go ahead and establish your brand and create an impactful value! Personal branding is a very important facet of one’s life. [...]
When a working individual chooses to work from home, the first few thoughts that run on his mind is the availability of good internet speed at home and a quiet environment. But, as we know most people are not fortunate enough to enjoy these amenities at home leading to a very unproductive work environment. Maybe [...]
All incidents and characters mentioned in this post are real and none of it fictional. Any resemblance to any person or organization is purely intentional. Having spent my post grad and corporate days surrounded by people who were either running a start-up or working in one, I thought I had a fairly good idea of [...]
Sometimes, a verb decides to become a noun. Voila, that alters the game permanently Consider the word ‘Startup’. Originally a run-of-the-mill verb that meant ‘the act of setting in operation or motion’, ‘Startup’ attained celebrity status the day it came to mean ‘a fledgeling business enterprise’. “The Oxford English Dictionary traces the origins of the [...]
Delivering excellent customer service is usually perceived as a challenge by a lot of companies, which they feel can be overcome by splurging money. At the end of the budgeted period, they realize there is a discrepancy between what was spent and the customer satisfaction index. In an economy which is free, customers look at [...]
"People" is the key and the most critical aspect of every organization and ironically, it’s also the most ignored aspect. In a startup scenario, amidst all the important tasks of fundraising, expansion, networking and reaching break-even, oftentimes specific initiatives pertaining to People and Culture are missed. In my interactions with entrepreneurs, I realized that ignoring [...]