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Harish  Pandey

Harish Pandey

business development manager

INFOLOGY SYSTEM

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Excellence in Management
Be careful here. Most companies don't want you to come in and shake up the place. At the same time, they don't want someone who says, "Nothing, everything looks great here." Seek a middle ground by focusing on one or two non-threatening issues that may have come up in your discussions. For example,
"From our discussion of the problem with the southwest accounts, I think we should look into the possibility of consolidating them the LA office. However, I think we need to do a thorough cost-benefit analysis of this region before making such a move. We may find the Phoenix office to be more beneficial."
More about me
Harish pandey has been involved in the Computer (Information Technology) industry for more than a decade. He helped design the current system of buying and selling cab permits, or medallions. In 2003, he led a group that bought computer hardware, and now he runs what many say is the best-managed livery company in the city. he's about ready to pull the plug.
Current Job description
CEO - Director (HBM Pvt. Ltd.)
Influenced by
I met some people in my life from whom I learnt how I never want to be and I am most thankful to them. One is bitter, another selfish and greedy. The casualities they leave behind is incredible and isolating. They are a great warning to me.
Leadership qualities
Having a great idea, and assembling a team to bring that concept to life is the first step in creating a successful business venture. While finding a new and unique idea is rare enough; the ability to successfully execute this idea is what separates the dreamers from the entrepreneurs. However you see yourself, whatever your age may be, as soon as you make that exciting first hire, you have taken the first steps in becoming a powerful leader. When money is tight, stress levels are high, and the visions of instant success don’t happen like you thought, it’s easy to let those emotions get to you, and thereby your team. Take a breath, calm yourself down, and remind yourself of the leader you are and would like to become. Here are some key qualities that every good leader should possess, and learn to emphasize.
Handling Grievances
Training new members and creating a productive work environment all depend on healthy lines of communication. Whether that stems from an open door policy to your office, or making it a point to talk to your staff on a daily basis, making yourself available to discuss interoffice issues is vital. Your team will learn to trust and depend on you, and will be less hesitant to work harder.
My advice
Make sure your employees are 100% clear on the objectives. If you are not absolutely clear and provide the clarity needed for all to understand, you will have a confused team. They will not truly understand the mission, vision, and goals. Confusion turns into anxiety, which then turns into fear. Your team clearly needs to know what is expected of them, the value of their strengths, and the actions you will take to achieve the objective. With the information you will learn throughout this course, you will be able to confidently implement the necessary actions for the team to achieve the objectives and goals.
Managing personal and professional life
It's often said that mistakes provide great learning opportunities. However, it's much better not to make mistakes in the first place!
In this article, we're looking at 10 of the most common leadership and management errors, and highlighting what you can do to avoid them. If you can learn about these here, rather than through experience, you'll save yourself a lot of trouble!
Important career decisions
I remember how much shocked my parents were and how much scared I was when I decided to leave home to attend my college in a different city. But, that was the most important decision I had ever made.
Once I left home. I learnt the meaning of Independance and Freedom.At first I had felt somewhat uncomfortable of being away from home and away from the parental guidance. Because for the first time I was all by myself. Then I realised I was Independant. There I learnt to take life's important decisions, alone. My parents were not there to guide me through the right track. Whether it was about taking some course or was about making new friends, I had to make the all the decisions wisely all by myself.
Ensuring Growth
Leadership sometimes comes to people later in life, and this is no bad thing. Humanity tends to be generational characteristic. There is no real obstacle to people who seek to become leaders if leadership is approached with proper integrity. Anyone can be a leader if he/she is suitably driven to a particular cause.
My views on India Technical development
It’s a well established fact that India is going downhill in science education and research, despite of relative huge increase in funding and being the major technical manpower supplier for IT and global research community, successfully undertaking Moon mission and so on. I am wondering how we can regain our lost glory and improve on that so far our science education and research is concerned. I am mentioning some remedies below that came to my mind.
Awards and Recognitions
Change the membership of your nomination selection committee every year
Include former award recipients
Include all staff levels and representation from all areas of the organization
Be transparent about your selection process (communicate it!)
Tech Management matters more on
Indeed, the identification of critical control points and operational prerequisite programmes is the key issue discussed in this standard. The management dimension, however, is still underestimated despite being given considerable importance in the standard. Its importance is more acute in large enterprise with a highly complex organizational structure. Such companies have a large number of divisions and departments, causing a dilution of the activities that have an impact on food safety. Management is crucial here for coordinating activities, both at a vertical and horizontal level, in order to achieve the ultimate goal : supplying safe products.
Family background
I AM ALONE : PASS WAY MOTHER & FATHER
WORKING AS PARTNER OF INFOLOGY SYSTEM - MUMBAI - INDIA
Team Management
YES WHY NOT / YA WILL DO
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