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Articles Posted in the Cohort 2013-14

 

Professional Obituary :- V.Chaitanya Krishna

October 15th, 2014 by V. Chaitanya Krishna
 
Professional Obituary:- Chaitanya krishna

The following is my sample professional obituary written during the workshop taught by Mr.Namit arora during critical writing workshop which created  insights of leadership and lot many interesting things. Enabling us to gain knowledge of complete leadership life cycle along with the societal impacts and other factors influencing the leadership throughout the journey of successful leaders with the help of  some amazing videos of speeches by inspiring leaders and about inspiring leaders.

Here is the link of one of the video which was discussed about the biggest mistake a leader can make  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiorMUkqqDY

Professional Obituary

V.Chaitanya Krishna a renowned businessman who transformed energy industry of Hyderabad born 75 years earlier in 1986 at karimnagar to a middle class family. He is known for his contribution to the Solar energy industry, which abolished lead acid battery banks and stored energy internally was a milestone achieved by him with his two other co founders of Infinity Power Solution.In his early age he started his career as an environmental chemist in a private environmental laboratory and consultancy where he worked for various private and public sector clientele in his tenure. He later joined two companies continuing his journey in the field of Health Safety  and Environment with quick transition from a Chemist to Engineer and then to Manager Key Accounts, serving various public ,private and corporate clientele’s like EIL, VICAT, Birla and Hindustan Coca Cola etc.

After his three years of his domain expertise he has achieved certification’s like IOSH  MS, NEBOSH IGC from respective certification bodies by british safety council. He continued his higher education by accepting the Fellowship awarded by Vihara foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates foundation and Adianta school of leadership and innovation. During his third year of tenure, he realized his interest in building his own identity by developing products useful in day to day life because of which he left his job and started an energy enterprise at karimnagar which sells inverter’s, batteries and provide solar services.

He built a product prototype based on his observation at his workplace during his site inspection, developed an electronic earplug which would restrict the noise and allows the noise with in permissible limits that can help workmen and heart patients from being vulnerable to loud noises and help them to be connected with the other regular noises without interference. Apart from this he developed two more prototypes during his fellowship related at Adianta to energy conservation. His way of driving the organization along with his cofounder  with passion, transparency, motivation and people management catalyzed his services in delivering the products that makes people’s life easy till. He handovered his ownership to his successors at 65 years of his age and enjoyed his remnant life.

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Start Up 101!

March 20th, 2014 by Sugatha Balagopal
 

Start up 101 : from incorporation to IPO By Pankaj Jain and Sophia – I knew this would be nothing short of awesome as I heard Pankaj talk on the Pecha Kucha night the day before.

And well I was right. It started off with the disclaimer: You are not going to be a lawyer after the session!

But definitely will know the legal liabilities and nuances to be aware of on the legal platform when venturing into start up set up. (Fair enough) :D

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Data Collection and Assimilation

March 20th, 2014 by Sugatha Balagopal
 

Misinterpretation is a common problem when using information. It may be caused by a number of factors.

It could be due to misunderstanding the data or due to usage of incomparable data.

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When there is too much data on the table it is something like too much food in your mouth; you can’t chew, you can’t swallow; hence you don’t know what to do with it. (more…)

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Field Data Analysis & Synthesis, Analysis Tools – Customisation to Solve Complex Challenges When would you do it and How?

October 8th, 2013 by Mohammed Qureshi
 

Solving complex challenges requires one to be resourceful and innovate. Hence, there is no one track way of attacking these challenges, thus the need for customization arises.

I feel after understanding, synthesizing and condensing data/information it should be represented in a coherent and easy to understand manner. For this info graphics is a great tool. I attempted designing a simple info graphic for the qualitative data that was collected from the field visit to the flower market. This slide is from the introduction and it is just setting the scene of the market. This image gives an idea of the time the investigation happened, the number of shops that were doing business then and the peak business hours of the market. (more…)

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