Monthly Archives: November 2013

Branding Tirupur as “Green Textile cluster” Business Opportunities in Nordic Markets

In the Year 2012, August Month, Danish Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises [DFSME] initiated a Pilot Project with the Local Consulting Partners Mr. Raman Azhahia Manavalan & Mr. G Manikandan of CIF. The pilot project submitted its recommendation to the Nordic Council of Ministers and Proposed a New Project “Tracking Environmental Change in the Textile Cluster of Tirupur, India”

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How Open source Solution will helps to prevent the Bee Apocalypse?

Bees extremely important for plants pollination.Suddenly millions of Bees starts dying because of parasitic mite called Varroa destructor and extreme usages of pesticides. What ever reasons,farmers are going to need to rebuild the bee population, and that means more hives and more beekeepers. The Open Source Beehives Project is hoping to achieve that by spreading simple, low-cost hive designs to make it easy for anyone to

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5 Visions For What Families Will Look Like In 2030

Interesting article about the futuristic views of Family.As more people move into cities, natural resources decline, climate change heats up, and the “sharing economy” continues to pick up steam, our notions of family will continue to shift. Dragon Rouge, a design and innovation firm in London, has come up with a vision of what family will look like in 2030–and

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From the Book “Budgetary Control” by McKinsey

Excerpts from the Book The Firm by Duff McDonald. He narrates how American Businesses leaped with the scientific approach in Business Management. In his book he shares how a single Book on Budgetary Control (1922) became the first definitive work on budgeting by Mr. Mckinsey, (Founder of Mckinsey Consulting) turned accounting on its head, promoting it as an essential tool

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From the Book “Budgetary Control” by McKinsey

Excerpts from the Book The Firm by Duff McDonald. He narrates how American Businesses leaped with the scientific approach in Business Management. In his book he shares how a single Book on Budgetary Control (1922) became the first definitive work on budgeting by Mr. Mckinsey, (Founder of Mckinsey Consulting) turned accounting on its head, promoting it as an essential tool

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American Business.How It Worked?

American Business, 1920– 2000: How It Worked , Harvard professor Thomas McCraw says,: “In the running of a company of whatever size, the hardest thing to manage is usually this: the delicate balance between the necessity for centralized control and the equally strong need for employees to have enough autonomy to make maximum contributions to the company and derive satisfaction

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