Today, I read one of my friends resume. It was a two page resume with all expected information nicely segmented and written.
But, what caught my attention was ‘Skills’ and ‘Experience History’ sections. Continue reading
Gone are the days when we had boring job titles in the market. A job title that doesn’t even convey what the person actually does at work, for example – “Senior Executive”, “Administrator”.
Nowadays, we have job titles in the market that brings in lot more clarity on job titles. These titles are quite unheard, not so common, sparks innovation and grabs our attention. Continue reading
One of the tools that I use extensively at work is Twitter. I follow 800+ people/company in Twitter (mostly related to travel industry). So, I get at least 5 new tweets every minute.
I use a Macbook. I wanted all new tweets to be displayed as new notifications in Mac style (top right corner) so that I get to read the tweet as and when it arrives, I do not have to keep my Twitter app/browser tab open all time to read new tweets. Continue reading
If you thinking about writing an article for your company, first thing to be done is to check whether the story is already covered by your company in the past.
If your company is a well known brand in the market and if you had joined the team recently, chances are that the story you were thinking of covering might have already been covered. Continue reading
The talk went on well. However, when I asked the audience for feedback, I got three improvement points (apart from the positives) about the talk. I would like to share those three points. Continue reading
This picture is a perfect example of – Best of both worlds. Tnooz logo placed in a 1957 model BMW Isetta. This picture was snapped by Jim Craven, our Director of Sales – US.
Love this picture. Looks cute. The orangish (though the actual color is maroonish) color of ‘t’ in Tnooz gels well with the color of car. Continue reading
Saturday morning. My mind was filled with ‘to-dos’ for the weekend. I started with the first to-do.
Suddenly, I heard my house bell ring. I peeped through the window, there was a boy (must be in the age range of 15-18) standing at the door with a faded jean and wrinkled t-shirt. Continue reading
Kprabu.com has been in existence for six years now. Currently (from Mar 30, 2013), this site is self-hosted and powered by WordPress. Earlier, Kprabu.com was powered by Blogger platform.
In the past five years, I had posted a total of about 100 articles. That simply averages to 20 post per year which is pretty below average. Continue reading