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10 Ways To Solve A Problem

Can't find a solution to your problem? Begin with identifying the source of your problem.
~ Ignore it for a while; see if it solves itself.
~ State it to be a crisis & invest many resources to solve it.
~ Give the problem to someone whose job is to solve it.
~ Identify the source of the problem first.
~ Throw money at it.
~ Realize that it's NOT a problem & treat it like an opportunity!
~ Do the opposite of what you'd normally to do to solve the problem.
~ Identify the 5 steps that will solve the problem.
~ Extend your boundaries so that the same problem doesn't happen again.
~ Change yourself, or increase your context/perspective, so that it's no longer a problem.

Cutting Edge Technology Makes Tougher Work Conditions

The world’s smallest PC - targetted at BPO's, banks & retail chains - places that face a space constraint - promises a bonanza for the bosses but nothing less than a buffeting for the employees.
IBM has come out with the world's smallest PC, which has the height of a coffee mug, the width of a notebook & height just over that of a tennis ball. Slick, slim & small – it’s the cutting edge of technology. It sure is going to transform a lot of things - & your working conditions for one.

Space In Short Supply: I'm being a technophobe you may say - but let’s take a practical look at most offices today. We are already into the cubicle culture & space is a commodity that's in short supply. So smaller PC's that fit into smaller spaces may be perfect - but that saving on space only means more cramming of people.

PC To Human Cramming: One had at least some elbow space to oneself, thanks to the cumbersome pc that one had to accommodate at one’s desk. Now if th…

Do you need to be in your boss's good books?

With changing times, the corporate culture has also undergone a sea change. As globalization has brought the world closer & the Indian professional has gone places, courtesy his global career, it is time for workplace traditions to usher in a host of changes.

Work standards, ethics & practices - there have been a wave of change across the map of India, Inc. And as change sweeps in, the traditional employee-employer relationship, too, has undergone a metamorphosis. Gone is the image of formality & formidability that over the years has been associated with that of the employer. Instead, in its place, an informal, accessible & easily approachable employer has become a common fixture. Shedding the image of a distant & authoritative superior, the boss has now become more than a friend. For many, the boss has also become a philosopher, guide & mentor, rolled into one. Atleast I look up to him tremendously for his brains & his sensitivity to deal with people. I fee…

Express Yourself

I dont know if its true or not but dont want to take any chances... Read this .......U will feel like crying for the one you deserve in life...... Please read this carefully.Whether you believe in the cases or not, that is up to you. READ ALONE..... ESPECIALLY THE POEM
CASE 1: Kelly Sedey had one wish, for her boyfriend of three years,David Marsden, to propose to her. Then one day when she was out to lunch David proposed! She accepted, but then had to leave because she had a meeting in 20 min. When she got to her office,she noticed on her computer she had some e-mail's. She checked it, the usual stuff from her friends,But then she saw one that she had never gotten before. It was this poem. She simply deleted it without even reading all of it. BIG MISTAKE! Later that evening,she received a phone call from the police. It was about DAVID! He had been in an accident with an 18 wheeler. He didn't survive.
CASE 2: Take Katie Robinson She received this poem & being the believer tha…