Category Archives: futurist

Winners Dream – A fantastic book

I finished reading SAP CEO Bill McDermott’s book  Winners Dream: A Journey from Corner Store to Corner Office I enjoyed the reading because its simple, straight forward and touches the heart. There is no complicated jargon, no mega theories  and no … Continue reading

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Hard Thing About Hard Things

Finished reading “Hard Thing About Hard Things” by Ben Horowitz. I couldn’t keep it down till I finished reading!! This is a “must read” book for all leaders, CEOs, CxOs and would-be entrepreneurs. With a great mix of funny quotes … Continue reading

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Google and motorola

I had predicted that by 2015, google would sell Motorola by taking a $9.5Billion loss!! http://money.cnn.com/2014/01/29/technology/mobile/motorola-lenovo/   Share This:

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Some right..some close ..some way off

As we come close to the end of 2013..I wanted to look at my predictions for 2015. In 2011 I had made 10 predictions for 2015. (http://giridevanur.com/innovation/tech-predictions-for-2015) Lets see how they have fared: 10. 3-D TV as a concept would have failed … Continue reading

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“Ruthless Innovation”

What is “Ruthless Innovation” Dictionary meaning of Ruthless    : – adjective 1. without pity or mercy Innovation  : – noun 1. something new or different introduced 2. the act of innovating; introduction of new things or methods As we see … Continue reading

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