Category: Work

  • Solving the problem of Discovery

    The real problem that Google solves, is the problem of availability. When you have a problem and are searching for the solution, Google provides you with a list of most likely content that can address the problem. The problem is created by information asymmetry. You just don’t know and are willing to try out or […]

  • Comfort Zones

    In case, if you haven’t really been following my blog, I generally tend to write about tech, games, some personal thoughts, some thoughts about my work at 13 Llama and some analytics. What I do not write about is Design … be it any design. Systems design, Visual Design, Brand Design … even solutions design. […]

  • The Case of the missing Engagement Glue

    This is a narrative to highlight how we somehow miss the element of human engagement in our day to day interactions. In an economy such as India, where 56% of GDP comes from services – missing human engagement seems like a big concern for me. The incident In the month of December 2016, my parents […]

  • 2016 – A Year in Review

    As the year whittles down to a close, I’d like to look back towards both the highs and the lows of this year. Hopefully, I can then celebrate more such highs and try not to repeat the mistakes of the past year. Of course, it’d be great to bury all the proverbial hatchets and move […]

  • From Self Actualization to Selfies

    As a student of Human Behavior at Work and as an Entrepreneur who has to drive his team to greater heights, I felt I had a firm grasp of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.

  • After the Dust settles

    Have been staying away from posting these days. This is not going to be a post on what should have been or what could have been. The past couple of months have been the hardest to tackle, on the professional front.

  • Path to Scale

    Every entrepreneur dreams of creating something scalable. Leaving behind a legacy which people look back in wonder and say … how did they achieve this. What do we mean by Scale? Scale could mean multiple things for different people. The CFO would look at scale and say more profits, the Head BD would say more […]