Articles by Sandeep

Gratitude for Our Differences

Thanksgiving begins the season of reflection, expressing gratitude and thanks. At Thanksgiving, many of us gather with family, friends and others we bond with. We spend time with people with whom we feel a connection. We express our gratitude to

A Little Gratitude Goes a Long Way

A little gratitude goes a long way. Gratitude, even in small amounts, can enhance our lives by shifting our perception of our situation and circumstances. The good news is that nothing about our situation and circumstances actually needs to change

Self-Improvement Through Self-Doubt

One of the most powerful things we experience is seeking to improve ourselves. We can surely reboot or start over completely, though that does take much, much longer time.  I do believe we can turn a situation or shortcoming around

RoD NeXT: Unlocking Exponential Value Today for Enterprises of Tomorrow

Enterprises across the globe are quickly scaling their businesses to deliver exponential value from the investments in technology and digital programs. There is a greater premium among companies to explore new channels that widen growth sources and accelerate business. Leaders

Hearts Reinvigorated — The World Comes Together for Thai Cave Rescue

It was just another day after soccer practice when twelve boys parked their bikes outside Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand and walked into the cave with their coach. This was not the first time they had done this. It

Connecting People and Poems – An Amazing Book Reading Event in Chicago

I have always been fascinated by language. I’m naturally drawn to communication, especially in the form of books, poems, songs and letters. To me, language takes its most beautiful shape in the form of written language. I find myself drawn

Zensar – A Transformation Case Study at Harvard Business School

Harvard University is awe-inspiring. The oldest university in the US exudes an air of establishment and great minds. It’s post-Spring Break in April and near the close of the current academic year, the campus feels alive. Cambridge, Massachusetts is chillier

Clean-Up in Kharadi: A Humbling CSR Experience

Saturday March 17th was a humbling day in many ways. For an hour, I walked the neighborhood of Kharadi in Pune, India with my fellow Zensarians as we came together to help clean up one small patch of the city. We

Students Set an Example of Integrity in Face of Gun Violence

Last Friday, a colleague’s son was in lockdown at his high school in Austin, Texas. He was sitting against the wall with his peers in pitch dark. No one moved or talked. Later he relayed his thoughts to his mother

The Integrity of Stepping Up

Mr. Zuckerberg’s pledge to fix Facebook’s muddied news feed comes after a highly contentious, polluted year of news stories bombarding Facebook users. Many hornets’ nests have been stirred up by special interest groups, troublemakers and internet trolls for a variety

Davos, Modi and Globalization

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is right. Isn’t it about time a world leader stepped forward, with kindness and grace, to say yes to moving forward together and no to the ‘It’s Mine!’ way of doing global business? All for one

Good Enough is Not Enough

The eighth annual Global Economic Summit in Hyderabad, India opened with promising news about the rise of women entrepreneurs. While an increase from five million women-owned businesses in 1997 to eleven million in 2016 in the US is positive, is

Finding Humanity in Social Media

When it comes to social media, the right hashtag can send a tweet soaring. Hashtags are all about getting the word out. #HurricaneHarvey, #PuertoRico and #MumbaiRains are painfully fresh after a banner year for natural disasters. Social media is the

Old Seeds of a New Tree – The Book 

Who doesn’t like to listen to stories? The best storytellers in the world are always our parents and grandparents. As a child, I would listen intently to stories from my mother and grandmothers. I was blessed to hear hundreds of

The New Money: A Day in the Life of Cryptocurrency

Payment services like PayPal and peer-to-peer Venmo have made the process of making and receiving payments much easier at the individual level, important in a world that sometimes moves at warp speed. These services act as a simplistic alternative to

Untethered: Life Beyond the Smartphone

The conversation went something like this: “I’m working from home today. I need to prepare for a speech tomorrow so I need things quiet today.” “Want me to turn your notifications off until the end of the workday?” “Yes. Wait,

To Ma With Love

An article or even a full book on my mother, Asha Singh (I call her “Ma”), can hardly describe who she is. Having written hundreds of articles over the years, this one is certainly the most intense and no matter

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The Case for Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality in Business

Market revenues for virtual reality in 2016 were $2.5 billion while those for augmented reality were a lesser $1.5 billion. By 2021, those numbers will grow significantly—and swap places. Augmented reality is projected as the big winner of the two,

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Articles by Sandeep

Gratitude for Our Differences

Thanksgiving begins the season of reflection, expressing gratitude and thanks. At Thanksgiving, many of us gather with family, friends and others we bond with. We spend time with people with whom we feel a connection. We express our gratitude to

A Little Gratitude Goes a Long Way

A little gratitude goes a long way. Gratitude, even in small amounts, can enhance our lives by shifting our perception of our situation and circumstances. The good news is that nothing about our situation and circumstances actually needs to change

Self-Improvement Through Self-Doubt

One of the most powerful things we experience is seeking to improve ourselves. We can surely reboot or start over completely, though that does take much, much longer time.  I do believe we can turn a situation or shortcoming around

RoD NeXT: Unlocking Exponential Value Today for Enterprises of Tomorrow

Enterprises across the globe are quickly scaling their businesses to deliver exponential value from the investments in technology and digital programs. There is a greater premium among companies to explore new channels that widen growth sources and accelerate business. Leaders

Hearts Reinvigorated — The World Comes Together for Thai Cave Rescue

It was just another day after soccer practice when twelve boys parked their bikes outside Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand and walked into the cave with their coach. This was not the first time they had done this. It

Connecting People and Poems – An Amazing Book Reading Event in Chicago

I have always been fascinated by language. I’m naturally drawn to communication, especially in the form of books, poems, songs and letters. To me, language takes its most beautiful shape in the form of written language. I find myself drawn

Zensar – A Transformation Case Study at Harvard Business School

Harvard University is awe-inspiring. The oldest university in the US exudes an air of establishment and great minds. It’s post-Spring Break in April and near the close of the current academic year, the campus feels alive. Cambridge, Massachusetts is chillier

Clean-Up in Kharadi: A Humbling CSR Experience

Saturday March 17th was a humbling day in many ways. For an hour, I walked the neighborhood of Kharadi in Pune, India with my fellow Zensarians as we came together to help clean up one small patch of the city. We

Students Set an Example of Integrity in Face of Gun Violence

Last Friday, a colleague’s son was in lockdown at his high school in Austin, Texas. He was sitting against the wall with his peers in pitch dark. No one moved or talked. Later he relayed his thoughts to his mother

The Integrity of Stepping Up

Mr. Zuckerberg’s pledge to fix Facebook’s muddied news feed comes after a highly contentious, polluted year of news stories bombarding Facebook users. Many hornets’ nests have been stirred up by special interest groups, troublemakers and internet trolls for a variety

Davos, Modi and Globalization

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is right. Isn’t it about time a world leader stepped forward, with kindness and grace, to say yes to moving forward together and no to the ‘It’s Mine!’ way of doing global business? All for one

Good Enough is Not Enough

The eighth annual Global Economic Summit in Hyderabad, India opened with promising news about the rise of women entrepreneurs. While an increase from five million women-owned businesses in 1997 to eleven million in 2016 in the US is positive, is

Finding Humanity in Social Media

When it comes to social media, the right hashtag can send a tweet soaring. Hashtags are all about getting the word out. #HurricaneHarvey, #PuertoRico and #MumbaiRains are painfully fresh after a banner year for natural disasters. Social media is the

Old Seeds of a New Tree – The Book 

Who doesn’t like to listen to stories? The best storytellers in the world are always our parents and grandparents. As a child, I would listen intently to stories from my mother and grandmothers. I was blessed to hear hundreds of

The New Money: A Day in the Life of Cryptocurrency

Payment services like PayPal and peer-to-peer Venmo have made the process of making and receiving payments much easier at the individual level, important in a world that sometimes moves at warp speed. These services act as a simplistic alternative to

Untethered: Life Beyond the Smartphone

The conversation went something like this: “I’m working from home today. I need to prepare for a speech tomorrow so I need things quiet today.” “Want me to turn your notifications off until the end of the workday?” “Yes. Wait,

To Ma With Love

An article or even a full book on my mother, Asha Singh (I call her “Ma”), can hardly describe who she is. Having written hundreds of articles over the years, this one is certainly the most intense and no matter

Tagged with: , ,

The Case for Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality in Business

Market revenues for virtual reality in 2016 were $2.5 billion while those for augmented reality were a lesser $1.5 billion. By 2021, those numbers will grow significantly—and swap places. Augmented reality is projected as the big winner of the two,

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