Big Fish, Small Fish

In the decade of social networking and on-demand living, some businesses may still be suffering, while others find new goals to achieve. The proverb ‘big fish eats small fish‘ is becoming more relevant than ever. When large organizations go global, they unknowingly wipe out some local businesses in both, their home country and abroad.   […]

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Netflix Disrupting the Anime Industry

The Japanese Anime Industry was valued at a whooping $17.5 Billion in 2016 (1). Anime industry is notorious for not only underpaying their staff and animators, but also overworking them. 2 to 3 decades ago, “anime” wasn’t known in the West, but due to the influx of online streaming channels, anime industry got a boost. […]

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Saudi Women Can Drive

Amidst all headlines, from ‘NFL-Take a Knee’ to the ‘Daily Weather Report’, one headline made it to the top of international news and trended worldwide on Twitter. If you were living under a rock, here is a post from NYTimes. History was made, three days after the 87th National Day of Saudi Arabia, on Sept 26, […]

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Corporate Culture: The Sleeping Beast

Culture an any form, is the shared value and beliefs a group of people follow. When it comes to organizational culture, the ‘shared’ value and beliefs in an organization, governs how people behave and their decisions. Or in more simple terms, “Culture is how organizations ‘do things’.” — Robbie Katanga* How important is it? Well, […]

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