In the past few years ‘big data’ has become-‘bigger’-both in literal and metaphorical senses and the leaders in every sector will have to grapple with the implications of big data, not just a few data-oriented managers. The problem here in Bangladesh is-even though we take ‘big data’ as a buzzword-we
To a Dhakait with a smartphone, the pre and post Uber-era is not the same. We are not assuming that all the smartphone users of the capital are indulging in pressing some virtual keys in their touch screened phones and availing a car service with a chauffeur at their doorsteps,
The budget fever this year seems to go on; for obvious reasons though.
While the Finance Minister AMA Muhit termed this year’s proposed budget as his ‘best one’ so far, a significantly good part of the population including the policymakers and the economists seem to differ. As per their opinions,
What Finance Minister AMA Muhit brought out from his brownish briefcase in June 1 at the 2017-18 budget session of the parliament came as boon for many of the established and aspiring IT entrepreneurs of the country.
The local software producers get VAT exemption when the government apparently put people from
Being entrepreneur is more of a desire than a trend. In today's scenario, everyone has an urge to be known, or to do something worthwhile. It's passion that drives the start-ups and creates great entrepreneur. Bangladesh still has a long way to go to actually become ‘Digital Bangladesh’ but there
"The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it." Theodore Roosevelt
Employees across the organizations have always hoped for leaders who would not just provide them with space