In my first speech for the Toastmasters Club, called the Ice-breaker speech, I had intentionally added a line to point out the reason I joined Toastmasters. I had said, I wanted to be myself when I speak on the stage. What I meant was that I did not want to be affected by the external factors like the size and composition of the audience,…Ramya Vasudevan
Essays that capture my thoughts on various topics.
Abstract Most people are sceptical about the ever-exploding world of technology. They can’t be blamed for thinking like that. Technology, just like the Industrial Revolution has the power to overhaul the existing employment system. But as I see it, technology is more an enabler than anything else in today’s world. Taking marketing as an e…Ramya Vasudevan
Abstract When it comes to crossing the half-lit corridors of uncertainty and non-conformity or simply put, ‘innovating’, most organizations have a lot of reasons to duck. The fear of uncertainty, lack of long-term commitment and patience to deal with innovation are the major deterrents in most cases. What these organizations don’t realize…Ramya Vasudevan
Cruelty against women is either on the rise or more are getting reported these days. The umpteen number of rape cases against women have been reported so far, but the latest one that gains prominence is the revenge attacks on women in the form of acid attacks. What exactly do the men who commit these heinous crimes think of themselves? Tr…Ramya Vasudevan
Read a very disturbing article in today's 'The Hindu' titled, 'Notice to Centre in Kargil martyr case'. I have read about the traumas and sufferings of army men, but what moved me in this case was the determination of the late Captain's family to pursue the case further, and even to the International Court of Justice. Before I go any furt…Ramya Vasudevan