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Prashant Pansare

  • Things that are more important than capital

    Today's business in every field is challenged by the "creative destruction" brought about by digital technology. Peter Drucker has said it wisely – The entrepreneur's mission is 'creative disruption'. So true!

    Tuesday, 22 July 2014 - 11:28am
  • This is why the FIFA World Cup 2014 was the biggest social media event

    Leading entrepreneur and innovator Prashant Pansare writes about how technology is revolutionising our lives and the way we live. Do let us know your reactions on twitter @dnaofpune

    Tuesday, 15 July 2014 - 11:54am
  • Do you use Facebook.. Or is Facebook using you?

    What Facebook does best is allow you to give sense to all the things that define you and who you really are. If we're a projected, best version of ourselves on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, what could advertisers do with knowledge of what we're like when we're our actual selves?

    Tuesday, 1 July 2014 - 8:11am
  • The 'Wari' is an exemplary model of management

    Last week Pune witnessed Maharashtra’s biggest annual pilgrimage, an 800 years old Palkhi tradition in the honor of ‘God of knowledge’ a Saint Dyaneshwar. The devotees or pilgrims are called as ‘Warkaris’ and they march in groups, each group of Warkaris is called as ‘Dindi’. The Journey from Dehu...

    Tuesday, 24 June 2014 - 8:35am
  • Social media: Boon or bane in era of world wide web?

    If this were any other day before the recent events in social media in Pune, anyone would have been criticised for writing such an article. The rising awareness of the world wide web and social media as more than just fun and games is gaining momentum and with time they are being looked at as...

    Tuesday, 17 June 2014 - 11:02am
  • How social media played game changer for election 2014 in the world's largest democracy

    India recently witnessed an unprecedented election result which reflect the mindsets of people of the world’s biggest democracy. Rules of the game have been changed and only time will prove its impact on Indian politics. 

    Wednesday, 11 June 2014 - 1:33pm