Competence

Competency Comes First, When it Comes to Innovation

Any important capability should not be easy to copy, should be product and market agnostic, and should be valued by the customer

How to Master the Art of the First Impression

Here are 6 tips to help you make your first impression a good one.

Success Is Its Own Worst Enemy

When entrepreneurs are successful at one thing, they inevitably assume they can replicate that success again and again … until they can't.

What can be your core competency in today's world?

The notion of core competency has evolved with changing times and market dynamics will continue to do so.

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