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Enterprise Architecture for Start-ups & Entrepreneurs

Enterprise Architecture for Start-ups & Entrepreneurs

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  • Category: Entrepreneurs
    Created: Sunday, 19 July 2015
    Group Admin: Sunil Dutt Jha
    Description: This group is exclusively for start-ups and entrepreneurs using Enterprise Architecture.
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    Category: Entrepreneurs Created: Sunday, 19 July 2015 Group Admin: Sunil Dutt Jha Description: This group is exclusively for start-ups and entrepreneurs using Enterprise Architecture.
  • Sunil Dutt Jha posted a new discussion

    1 month ago

    Ten Years On, Is Flipkart's Culture Due for an Overhaul?

    In Amazon decision making driven by data and objectivity, while Flipkart can be a lot more impulsive in its decision-making.....some more very interesting points...for the full story, check this article http://gadgets.ndtv.com/internet/features/ten-years-on-is-flipkarts-culture-due-for-an-overhaul-1658137?pfrom=home-tech

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    3 months ago

    Flipkart neither run by me nor Krishnamurthy: Binny Bansal in Sept 2016

    n September 2016, after growth slowed in the first six monthsof the year, the e-commerce companies in the country were gearing up for the festive season that would see big sales. Leading the pack was Flipkart, the largest Indian e-commerce firm. In a telephonic interview with Business Standard 's Alnoor Peermohamed , Binny Bansal, the then CEO of Flipkart , had said the e-commerce giant was neither run him nor by Kalyan Krishnamurthy, the Tiger Global executive who has now been appointed the...

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    3 months ago

  • Sunil Dutt Jha replied to Kanwal Rekhi Calls Flipkart a Foolish Startup, Says Govt Must Not Bail Out Companies
    3 months ago
    Rather than giving up or asking for Govt safe hand, I guess Bansals should slow down, re-organize the business, re-focus on their strength, bowing out gracefully from few product categories, and then bounce back.. It will be good for them, good for other entrepreneurs. The problem is not with Flipkart, any startup which tends to grow too fast will eventually reach the same liquidity problem....even Deccan Airways had sample problem...law of gravity will catch up...it's simple Enterprise...
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    3 months ago

    Kanwal Rekhi Calls Flipkart a Foolish Startup, Says Govt Must Not Bail Out Companies

    Kanwal Rekhi Calls Flipkart a Foolish Startup, Says Govt Must Not Bail Out Companies "If you start to bail out the failed entrepreneurs, you are going to give new entrepreneurs the sense that they will be bailed out too." for the entire interview, please read: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/287119

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    3 months ago

    The rare pairing of micromanagement with big-picture vision is a Steve Jobs hallmark, key skill for entrepreneurs

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    3 months ago

    The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs

    Walter Isaacson once asked Steve Jobs what he thought was his most important creation, thinking he would answer the iPad or the Macintosh. Instead Steve said it was Apple the company. Making an enduring company, he said, was both far harder and more important than making a great product. How did he do it? Business schools will be studying that question a century from now. Here are what I consider the keys to his success. https://hbr.org/2012/04/the-real-leadership-lessons-of-steve-jobs

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    3 months ago

    My Journey As A First-Time CEO

    Jacqueline Ros , I was taught that a CEO’s job is 3 things: Setting the vision and culture Building and attracting an incredible team Making sure the business doesn’t run out of money Some of the moments that made her gritty/ wiser 1.Being told by unkind investors to hire a CEO that people would take seriously 2.B eing told by investors whom she respected and wanted to work with “no” because at the end of the day they didn’t understand the market she was trying to serve because it is nothing...

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  • Sunil Dutt Jha replied to Lessons From Scaling a Startup
    3 months ago
    A Mantra For Surviving Whirlwind Startup Growth http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacquelineros/2016/11/22/a-mantra-for-surviving-whirlwind-startup-growth/#29c51f8b16e6
This group is exclusively for start-ups and entrepreneurs using Enterprise Architecture.
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Entrepreneurs
Created
Sunday, 19 July 2015
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Sunil Dutt Jha
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