Business Today

Realistic View

The book offers practical experiences for entrepreneurs, but falters in bits.

CUT THE CRAP AND JARGON, is a take by Shradha Sharma and T. N. Hari aimed at providing lessons from the start up trenches to young entrepreneurs. It recognises the uniqueness of start ups relative to more mature companies, in terms of uncertainties and dynamism that

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Business Today

Business Today1 min read
Talent Hungry
SCORES HIGHLY ON Compensation & Benefit Package Career Growth Path Challenging Work Opportunities In January 2019, the New Jersey-headquartered IT services provider Cognizant celebrated its silver jubilee in India. Starting operations in 1994 with j
Business Today3 min read
Masters Of All
It was early 2015 when Tata Steel launched its diversity and inclusion initiative, called Mosaic, for its Indian operations. One of the first discussions on the platform was the problems that women face in manufacturing companies and the need for equ
Business Today4 min read
Ready For More
I want a happy organisation.” That was the big 'mandate' in the shortest possible sentence given by 69-year-old Aditya Puri, MD and CEO of HDFC Bank, to the new Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), Vinay Razdan. An HR veteran of three decades, durin