home inspiration creativity success drivers about us customers contact us



Learning unlocks all doors

Newsletter Issue 33 : April - June 2012

“The objective of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.”

Robert M. Hutchins

in_cr_ove  news

At the advent of the new financial year, learning & development teams within an organisation start the exercise to plan the next year training plan.

The proverbial balancing exercise called the training calendar.

gratitude inspires effort

Every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life are based on the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am still receiving.

Albert Einstein

If there is one reason to put our best effort forward it is this feeling of gratitude.


It is an exercise requiring lot of wisdom & hard work. The teams have to get the feedback from different functions, go through the PMS data, understand & discuss the organisation's targets for the coming year and come out with a training plan that will meet the organisational development requirements.

This is not all. The exercise is to be completed in a time bound manner for the purposes of budgeting & roll-out.

We will be more than pleased to assist you in this endeavour by understanding your requirements, suggesting/ designing applicable training modules & recommending solutions that will meet your targets & budgets.

Please mail us your requirements or, contact us

or, call us at 911204119401


Sheikh Jahangir dropped out of school, just like millions of other underprivileged children in India. But unlike other children, he dreamt big.

Jahangir's tale proves that necessity is indeed the mother of invention.

Jahangir has been running a small spray painting shop, ‘Khandesh Spray Painters’ in Jalgaon for the past eighteen years.

With power cuts for 8-10 hours in a day, life is thrown out of gear in his hometown, Jalgaon.

"The frequent power failure, expensive charges of hiring the compressor from other vendors made me think about an alternate device."


4 petals of learning

Today's world & the world to come is governed by today's learning.

Many people have defined the present age as the age of knowledge. But learning is more than knowledge.

They four ashrams beautifully signify the learning progression as we go through our lives. We can apply the same principals in the context of today's corporate learning strategy


The first learning is best in mother tongue

Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar

A recent news report highlighted the fact that only 48.3% of Indian children in Class 1 could read the English alphabet, even in big capital letters. The annual education audit by the NGO Pratham showed that Gujarat had the worst record: only 25.3% of Gujarati children could read capital letters in English, and only 8% could read English sentences. To rectify this, and join the globalisation bandwagon, the Gujarat government proposes to teach English in Class 1. Other states are making similar moves.