The Goose That Never Laid Golden Eggs
Change is pervasive. Keep watching it.Anonymous
About the same time, I felt a strong urge to transform myself into an entrepreneur. Mr Haksar had already helped an associate, named R.S. Agarwal, to set up a number of companies and he asked me to join this venture and establish systems for its management and growth. I accepted the offer, resigned from ITC after 31 years of service and came to Delhi.
THREE BASIC SYSTEMS FOR A NEW VENTURE
In my way of thinking, a new venture to start needs three immediate operative systems to start with. These are monetary, people and operational systems.
In setting up the monetary system, I received enormous help from Rajiv, an unassuming but clever accountant ...