Feb 26, 2006

For a wonderful person called you

This is the title of a book by james cox....its for everybody who feels one time or the other alone or insignificant in this big world....the crux was that while you think u r alone...thr are several others in ur proximal circle who feel the same way and besically the information uncertainty...means the optimal situation is not reached...

Feb 22, 2006

Rest day

Back to cricket..I sincerely hope that the funada of rest day in test matches to be reintroduced..the benefits cud be..
1. The players have too much workload....especially the fast bowlers...a bowler like shoaib, harmison seem flat on 4th innings ..one day rest in between will help revi ve their energy levels...which will increase the quality of cricket..

2. Ofcourse in the evnt of rains..it cud be utilised to play a session or two...

3. Give me one more day of reading the match analysis on cricinfo..

4. The pitches on 5th day will be better...so less scope of a non genuine spinner taking loads of wickets...

Feb 9, 2006

Time management

Time management has been one of the underlying themes in my MBA days....the basic stance was that while what may be taught in the hallowed IIMC maybe copied adhoc by other b schools but the mix offered is unique and time management is the one skill that you must have to get the best use of things...and i do believe tht without much trying one does get to manage time in the colllege simply becos u dont want to do so many things asked of u.....but the same concept of time management does not seems so useful in professional life...the biggest differential is of course the residential nature of the colllege...so in C...evevry time i chose not to do something...my choice revealed that i dont want to do somethin....however in professional life...i have the restriction of working only 8 hour per day...so the assumption is that whatever u do has to be done in those 8 hours....so if i relax that assumption and am willing to work on home and on saturdays...the pressure of work is really not what is generally assumed......so time management afterall is not that big a skill set that you could have...atleast at the lower end of the pyramid.