Bumpy Ride to Innovation

“A new idea is delicate. It can be killed by a sneer or a yawn; it can be stabbed to death by a quip and worried to death by a frown on the right man’s brow.” ― Charles Bower In an established company, innovation should be the integral part to progress and to stay in the completive market. [...]

Apple’s Success Secret

Just as depicted in the 1984 Super Bowl commercial, Apple has been consistently breaking the norm of personal technology industry by transforming what is already available in the market into “insanely great Apple products”. Apple’s success did not come from invention of new products. Apple was not the first to introduce digital music players, yet by improving existing products, Apple developed its own iPods. [...]

Art of Selling for Retail Stores

Earlier, for retail stores, medium of sales was only from the customer who walk in the store and buy. But now a days, we have seen that many customer enter the store and come out undecided what to buy. Even after retail stores provide best product after researching the market, customer do not buy.[...]

Technology Integration with Automobile

Throughout its history, technology adoption by the automobile industry has been slow and steady. On an industrial perspective, traditionally the large automobile producers had control over all the value chain, including their suppliers. Closed proprietary product standards were set forth by these large automobile producers and vertical integrated suppliers were bound to follow them[...]