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Dhananjay Parkhe
Bangalore
Dhananjay Parkhe is a C Suite Mentor, Advisor, Consultant, Author and Educator
Interests: Writing, Reading, TV, Travel, Morning Evening Walks,
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Ministry-wise PIB releases President presents Sports and Adventure Awards PM's Departure Statement ahead of his visit to Japan PM greets people on the occasion of Samvatsari PM pays tribute to legendary hockey player Dhyan Chand; congratulates award-winning sportspersons PM greets people on Ganesh Chaturthi Text of Prime Minister Shri Narendra... Continue reading
Murphy's mothers laws Mothers only offer advice on two occasions: when you want it and when you don't.. A mother's love is a better cure than chicken soup, but chicken soup is cheaper. Your mother is the only person that knows more about you than you know about yourself. Any... Continue reading
Democracy is the Best thing to have happened to India. It has its own issues, Merits and Demerits, its own charm and its own fun. Most of the times, the Electorate is not 'Captive' and its free-will makes its Voters Taste and Test various ideologies, Manifestos and Plans as well... Continue reading
When I was 12, we lived above Press Trust of India which had several teleprinters printing Reams of paper filled with latest News. For a young curious kid, it was fascinating. I made friends with the Mechanic who showed me the secret button which when pulled would automatically type their... Continue reading
Ministry-wise PIB releases President of India presents Hindi Sevi Samman PMO statement UP Governor calls on PM PM sets up Committee to identify obsolete laws within three months PM wishes Shri Lalu Prasad Yadav a speedy recovery President, Asian Development Bank, calls on PM DG-BSF Briefs Home Minister on Border... Continue reading
Are Leaders Born or they are made? Very old debate indeed. Is Manager the One Who Pushes and the Leader who Pulls as this Diagram below shows? Or it is the Lean Management Definition which better explains the Difference? Reminds me of a Hindi Phrase "Honhar birwan ke hot chikne... Continue reading
Term of the Day paradigm Intellectual perception or view, accepted by an individual or a society as a clear example, model, or pattern of how things work in the world. This term was used first by the US science fiction historian Thomas Kuhn (1922-96) in his 1962 book 'The Structure... Continue reading
Term of the Day paradigm Intellectual perception or view, accepted by an individual or a society as a clear example, model, or pattern of how things work in the world. This term was used first by the US science fiction historian Thomas Kuhn (1922-96) in his 1962 book 'The Structure... Continue reading
Term of the Day strike A work stoppage undertaken in support of a bargaining position or in protestof some aspect of a previous agreement or proposed agreement betweenlabor and management. Learn more about this term Usage Example If a union or a group of employees are unhappy with their employer,... Continue reading
Ministry-wise PIB releases President of India to present Hindi Sevi Samman tomorrow Press Communique PRESS COMMUNIQUE Book on Syed Abid Hussain Presented to Vice President PM's statement on his upcoming visit to Japan Home Minister Approves ex-gratia for Families of Two ex-Army Personnel Working on Contract with CRPF, who were... Continue reading
Ministry-wise PIB releases President of India to present Hindi Sevi Samman tomorrow Press Communique PRESS COMMUNIQUE Book on Syed Abid Hussain Presented to Vice President PM's statement on his upcoming visit to Japan Home Minister Approves ex-gratia for Families of Two ex-Army Personnel Working on Contract with CRPF, who were... Continue reading
Ministry-wise PIB releases President of India to present Hindi Sevi Samman tomorrow Press Communique PRESS COMMUNIQUE Book on Syed Abid Hussain Presented to Vice President PM's statement on his upcoming visit to Japan Home Minister Approves ex-gratia for Families of Two ex-Army Personnel Working on Contract with CRPF, who were... Continue reading
Ministry-wise PIB releases President of India to present Hindi Sevi Samman tomorrow Press Communique PRESS COMMUNIQUE Book on Syed Abid Hussain Presented to Vice President PM's statement on his upcoming visit to Japan Home Minister Approves ex-gratia for Families of Two ex-Army Personnel Working on Contract with CRPF, who were... Continue reading
Ministry-wise PIB releases President of India to present Hindi Sevi Samman tomorrow Press Communique PRESS COMMUNIQUE Book on Syed Abid Hussain Presented to Vice President PM's statement on his upcoming visit to Japan Home Minister Approves ex-gratia for Families of Two ex-Army Personnel Working on Contract with CRPF, who were... Continue reading
" DMTGP" Deliver More Through Great People : This was a slogan for a Great Employer I worked for, for over 20 years. It had received European Best Employer Awards and not just in Europe it followed the 'Investors in People' Standard in countries like India as well. More and... Continue reading
Term of the Day inflation The overall general upward price movement of goods and services in aneconomy (often caused by a increase in the supply of money), usually as measured by the Consumer Price Index and the Producer Price Index. Over time, as the cost of goods and services increase,... Continue reading
Term of the Day inflation The overall general upward price movement of goods and services in aneconomy (often caused by a increase in the supply of money), usually as measured by the Consumer Price Index and the Producer Price Index. Over time, as the cost of goods and services increase,... Continue reading
Term of the Day corporation Firm that meets certain legal requirements to be recognized as having a legal existence, as an entity separate and distinct from its owners. Corporations are owned by their stockholders (shareholders) who share in profits and losses generated through the firm's operations, and have three distinctcharacteristics... Continue reading
El Camino de la Muerte, considered “the world’s most dangerous road”, Bolivia. ( See the picture below). The roles of the C Suite Members include :- Establish Vision, Mission and Values Determine the Company's Vision and Mission to guide and set the pace for its current operations and future development.... Continue reading
A reader kindly asked me to elaborate on the Role of the C Suite in Owning and Promoting CSR within the Organisation and outside. The prior article was bit lengthy and I could not add it there. First, Let me Give you 6 P's of CSR Success: They are... Let... Continue reading
Introduction: Corporate Social Responsibility is not a new concept in India, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India has recently notified the Section 135 of the Companies Act, 2013 along with Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 "hereinafter CSR Rules" and other notifications related thereto which makes it... Continue reading
Among the ethical precepts of his “Eightfold Path” was “Right Action,” which included avoiding all killing. A legend is told of two kingdoms on the brink of battle. Each claimed the right to irrigate lands from a river flowing between. The Buddha asked the two kings, “What is the water... Continue reading
My boss gave me two books as Gift. The first one was "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" and the Second one " 8th Habit" - both by Steven Covey. I am sure, Many of the Readers would have read them too and many of you would have liked them.... Continue reading
Ministry-wise PIB releases President of India to visit West Bengal on August 23 and 24 President calls on council of IITs to draw up a roadmap for governance in line with global practices Delegation of Gujjar and Bakkarwal Youths from Jammu & Kashmir Calls on Vice President Haryana CM calls... Continue reading
Of all Buddhist tales, the best-known and best-loved is the story of Buddha’s own birth and youth. Buddha—“the Enlightened One” or “The Awakened One”—is the religious title given to Siddhartha Gautama, a prince of the Sakya clan, which ruled an area that today straddles the border between Nepal and the... Continue reading