Friday, August 13, 2010

Can we take it offline ?

Reporter of The Daily Times decides to call his friend  Harry Blotter , MBA from IIIIPPM , Associate Managing Director with Hefner and Old consultants  NA for a quick view on the Blackberry ban.

Reporter:            You think the Blackberry ban is justified ?

Harry :  Holy Crap , this Government  needs to start with  “Blue Sky thinking” , “deep dive” into the issue , do a  “SWOT” , then take a call to “Pull the plug”. When technology is not the “Core Competency” of the Government, why doesn’t it “touch-base” with other “Stake Holders”  , discuss it “Thread Bare” and then arrive at a “Win-Win” situation . By the way , Government’s approach should be “Customer Centric” and it needs to discuss the issue “End to End” while keeping the “End use perspective” in mind so that it “Manages expectations” of all. Above all , whatever be the “End result” , it ought to be “scalable” , which will require “robust” planning . But the problem is no one is looking at the “Big Picture” , everyone is concentrating at “Low hanging fruits” without “leveraging” the “synergies” and the biggest worry is who will “take ownership”.

Reporter :           Sir , I repeat the question , Is the ban on the blackberry justified ?

Harry:    Can we take it offline ?


Dan Collins said...

Made this simple guys day - Thanks

sunilmalhotra said...

Let me help Harry -

The government must maximize the power of "reverse Innovation" happening in "emerging markets" to benefit from "Frugal innovation" at the "bottom of the pyramid" and such "solutions" will fall short of leveraging the "long tail."

Shiv said...


Viyoma said...

Haahaa, Another blow to Management Grads.
B School Grads will scarcely reveal their Qualification in the coming days..Yours sincerely Management Graduate.

नितिन | Nitin Vyas said...

You have "raised the bar" by delivering such "cutting edge" response to the problem.