Entrepreneurship Taking the Plunge

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Entrepreneurship Taking the Plunge                  Issue 71                                     15th Feb 2007

 

Celebrity Speak

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The Innovation Imperative New Models, New Ideas.....
Sam Pitroda
Chairman Knowledge Commission, Govt of India - Spoke about the need for a paradigm shift in our thinking which will result in a better quality of life.

 

Cover Story
What Innovative Startups should do to get Funded
Sanjay Anandaram

Entrepreneurial Thinking versus Managerial Thinking
Saras D Sarasvathy

Entrepreneurship - A leap of Faith

Cracking the Wealth Code Wealth Dynamics
Lisa McCarthySaras D Sarasvathy

TASMAC Mixer

Entrepreneurship - what it takes?
 

REGULARS

 The Spark
Making the Asset do the work!
Balaji Pasumarthy

HR Gyan
Nurturing Assets: People

Though Spring
Crisis? It can't happen to us!
Ramanujam Sridhar

Pep Talk
The Eyes - Doorway to the Mind
Ian Faria

She Means Business
Zeal to Succeed
Introducing Ms. Hema Hattangady of Energizes Conzerv

FEATURES

In focus
Positive impact of technological innovations.
Mr. Narayana Murthy Chairman of the board and Chief Mentor - Infosys Technologies speaks about how technologies speaks about how technologies innovations have benefited society and contries like India.

Public Private Participation
Special Plenary on Karnataka

Challenges for SME's
How can the Goverment help?

Networking with Businesses Overseas
Dr. Ivan Misner & Niiraj Shah

Art goes Urban
Toto funds the Arts (TFA) Awards 

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