Monthly Archives: December 2010

Clients don’t like surprises

Over the past years, I have worked with a variety of small and large institutional clients both as part of delivery and sales teams. In both capacities, the one thing I have realized—and sometimes rather painfully—is the value of keeping … Continue reading

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5 subjects every MBA should take

I recently did a guest lecture at one of the local MBA colleges in Hyderabad, India. On one side, it took me back to the days when I used to be a starry-eyed student myself. On the other, it made … Continue reading

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feeling less secure? research suggests you probably are

The recession of 2007 may have felt like a once-in-a-lifetime disaster, but it’s just the latest shock in what has become a more volatile world for the typical American household, according to a leading expert on household finances. In a … Continue reading

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