Connecting the Dots is a great book from John Chambers, the ex. Chief Executive Officer of CISCO. I also had an opportunity to listen to and meet John at a Churchill Club event in the San Francisco, Bay Area. John was born in an affluent family in West Virginia. His parents were doctors. He was … Continue reading Connecting The Dots – John Chambers
Ride of a Lifetime is easily one of the best business books one can read and relate to. The most fascinating thing about the book is that Robert Iger started at the bottom, worked in the same company for over 30 years, and went on to become the CEO. Humble beginnings: Robert Iger started at … Continue reading The Ride of a Lifetime – Bob Iger
COVID 19 - What is the good news for kids in India? On February 9, 2020 pre-COVID, I had written a post on Global Village and Aspirational India where we talked about India being aspirational and how technology makes it a level playing field. During the start of the COVID crises, people including Bill Gates … Continue reading COVID 19 – What is the good news for kids in India?
The Everything Store is an enticing read if you are interested in business books. This is not an autobiography or authorized biography of Jeff Bezos, the Founder/CEO of Amazon. However, this encapsulates the story of Amazon or Jeff Bezos. One of the most striking things about reading this book was the numerous experiments carried out … Continue reading The Everything Store – Brad Stone
I first heard about the AI (Artificial Intelligence) for Everyone course by Andrew Ng, when I attended re:Mars by Amazon on June 12, 2019. I also got to listen to Andrew Ng’s talk at the conference. It was simple and easy to understand. Post his talk, he interacted with the conference attendees and got to … Continue reading AI for Everyone, Andrew Ng