Eclathoughts

Is Your Resume – ATS Compliant?

Just having a professionally structured and visually appealing Resume is not sufficient these days. It is also important that your Resume is ATS or Application Tracking System compliant. Why should your Resume be ATS compliant? There are 2 key reasons for this: 1.Automated Process: Gone are the days when Resumes of applicants to a role were manually scrutinized to […]

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Should We Use Open Source Technology To Build A Data Pipeline?

Open-source technological   In simple phrases open-source software program is software whose supply code is posted and made accessible to the public, enabling all and sundry to copy, adjust, and redistribute the source code without paying royalties or fees. Open-source code can evolve thru neighborhood cooperation. These communities are composed of man or woman programmers as nicely as large companies.   Linux, Apache, […]

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7 Hacks To Reboot Your Company’s Learning Culture

In the current day and age, businesses and organizational functions are in the process of reinvention. The objective being to survive in the present and thrive in the future. Extreme situations also require ingenious measures and strategies to be implemented. Each function within an organization too requires taking a deeper look at its current processes, analyze its goals, […]

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Customer Is King!

It was a pleasant afternoon on Sunday, the 3rd of February 2019. As a part of a year-long part time Harvard Business School program which I was undergoing, I had reached at the Taj Lands End Hotel in Mumbai on that day. Later that evening, the 3rd module of the program was to start. This module required me and my […]

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The Power Of Synergy

Centuries ago, within the rural interiors of China, there was a Buddhist monastery. This monastery housed 99 monks, who were led by a Head Monk. These monks led a life of seclusion, chastity and penance. They sustained themselves by seeking food as alms from people in the neighbouring villages. Other than food, another basic necessity is drinking water. There […]

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Does Coaching Work?

“What are your thoughts on your blind spots and what do you plan to do about it?” probed a gentleman with a powerful voice. He was my Executive Coach and the other person who was asked this question point blank was me. Although this question framed as a statement had been conveyed to me in the past by my […]

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What The Culture!

It was 11 a.m. on a warm Wednesday morning. Here I was at the office of a client, with whom I was working on a consulting assignment. I was scheduled to meet up with key senior level managers within the company. It was my first major meeting as a part of this assignment. The clock struck 11.10, went […]

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