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April 08, 2007



Just as an add on to a couple of your points ...

1) “A's hire A's. B's hire C's”, I have been working for the last 4 years (would say am still a toddler in the business world) with various people reporting into me ... I believe there also exists something I call the 'Group-Karma' (yes I am an Indian...might sound a bit whacko but none the less.. a theory of mine… an add on to ur point)... A's not only hire other A's but also attract the other A's...A's surround themselves with A's & A's who believe that their boss is an A... I think the belief does half the job... I have seen it happen quiet often... check out the karma concept yourself...

Also the point of "You will only be as good as the people you will recruit."...true enough ... its most logical...but how many would actually be able to do that without feeling insecure themselves + in the current competitive scenario I think that would be rather tough to brim with such confidence may be in the higher management.... but for people lower down that would be a tough call… Personally I did encourage a junior once who performed very well (may be a tad too much on hindsight) but he practically steam rolled me and got on the higher ranks much more easily … so how good is too good????

Rajat Rajwansh

Great.. I hope I studied at stanford.

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That's really well written very inspiring.

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