How to Stop Atrophy of Competency and Experience at Work
Taking a leaf out of Continuing Medical Education(CME). Imagine you are an engineer who had graduated a couple of years or decades back and the expectation that professional life is going to be normal in the near future with so much of change in the air is not real.
24.01.22 10:48 PM - Comment(s)
Enemy Within the Company Syndrome. Look for ones around you.

I am not sure if you have faced this syndrome. I have faced this myself wherever I have worked and even when I started my own firm. What I found was people like these - whom I call 'Enemy within the Company' - who pass-on their insecurity or doubts to people who are working around them. There may be...

24.01.22 10:11 PM - Comment(s)


As I reflect back over the year, this is one conversation that has left some deep impressions on me. The challenges that are there in rewiring our skills, learning from different streams and applying them in our day-to-day working is becoming more and more critical.

Marketing today is on the threshol...

16.12.19 07:43 AM - Comment(s)



I loved this article by Jeff Leek on how the era of data has evolved over time.

  1. The era of not much data This is everything prior to about 1995 in my field. The era when we could only collect a few measurements at a time. The whole point of statistics was to try to optimaly squeeze information out of...
16.12.19 07:43 AM - Comment(s)
Here's the second episode of my podcast ContraMinds - Mediocrity Epidemic

In this second episode of my podcast ContraMinds, we explore how mediocrity is one of the greatest epidemic facing people and organizations. It explores how a mediocrity mindset sets-in, what differentiates people who strive for excellence versus people who want to be mediocre and what needs to be d...

24.11.19 11:31 AM - Comment(s)

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