Posts Tagged Human Behavior

Avalanche Marketing – Groupthink in Action

Groupthink in action. How is one not going to like iPad?! The whole world loves it, and it’s from Apple!!! How much of that is first-hand reaction? Well, when an avalanche with tonnes of snow heads your way, you wouldn’t want to think of the gunshot that triggered it! This is Avalanche Marketing!!! Better get used to it and use it too.

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Bridge Those Silos with Incentive Alignment and KPIs

Silos within the organizations boil down to plain WIIFM (What’s In It For Me?), the way organizations measure performance and the type of behaviors they encourage. There’s a relationship among KPIs, Objectives, Expectations, Inspection, and Incentives. We can bridge the silos by understanding this, and effectively using the technology and tools available to us once we know what needs to be done.

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Answering nature’s call? Why not just take a P!$$?

[tweetmeme source=”ashish_bhagwat” only_single=false] It really intrigues me how certain words become taboos, while some other (with the same meaning, mind you) remain acceptable in our civil society. How is it that a certain word “sh!#” is a strict No-No, while “crap” is still acceptable? How about “Damn it” v/s “Darn it”. Both are just words […]

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Do you “react”, or “respond” to life?

[tweetmeme source=”ashish_bhagwat” only_single=false] Few years back I had attended this training program with 4 hour capsules of management and leadership learning. I can’t really evaluate if it really aided to my leadership skills, but one clear lesson I learnt from one of the capsules was on how to respond, and not react, to situations in […]

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