Financial Ratios to save your life

Understanding a company’s worth first starts with knowing its Profitability, Productivity, and Leverage ratios that allow you to make a call on whether it’s worth going down the path to valuing the company. This can quickly become messy when you start estimating the cash flows because you are making many assumptions based on numbers youContinue reading “Financial Ratios to save your life”

Group-shaming, cancel culture and self-censorship – a case for a truly open dialogue

In a democracy, we protect the rights of individuals to dissent, speak up and share their ideas. However in today’s world, social media has made it very easy for people to make quick and harsh judgments about someone that can have lasting ramifications. Are you noticing like I am that there are more and moreContinue reading “Group-shaming, cancel culture and self-censorship – a case for a truly open dialogue”

52 things I missed in 2019

2019 was an eventful year; we saw an impeachment trial, big fines levied on tech companies; the unprecedented amount of CEO shake-ups, and the on-going saga of the US-China trade war. These are the things that we saw in the news almost daily, and it drowned out some of the other news that would requireContinue reading “52 things I missed in 2019”

A practical guide to creating a culture of innovation

Innovation is necessary to stay competitive in today’s market as a company and as an individual. I have heard of many promising innovations or transformations undertaken by organizations and departments that end up in failure. The reason for failure? Adoption, the vision did not resonate, people did not understand, it didn’t stick, and many more.Continue reading “A practical guide to creating a culture of innovation”