Pexitics Blog


Business Health Scan – Luxury or necessity?

Just concluded a Business Healthscan of a 2 decade plus slow growth company with the MD, COO and 5 cross functional leaders across 7 core business areas. While areas like Innovation, Marketing & Branding and Competition awareness scored reasonably others like Business Strategies for 2X growth, Sales Operations, Business Planning, HR were a sea of […]


Grooming for middle management leadership: 10 focus areas

Organisations that do not invest adequately in training, skilling and competency development of middle management for leadership roles pay the price later. As companies strengthen their middle management, the need to prepare mid managers for leadership roles has become more important than ever for the organisation to perform well. Here I am  listing key takeaways […]


Is HR devalued in Entrepreneur driven firms? What cost?

Is HR being grossly devalued in small and medium sized Entrepreneur and family driven firms ? Having worked now closely over the last 6 years as a Mentor and Coach with over 30 such organisations at different stages of evolution and from a variety of industries, one has seen from close quarters, the huge price these […]


Is the “Lead-ability ” quotient in our leaders adequate?

I came across this quote and it got me thinking. It said – ” It’s a fine thing to have ability, but the ability to discover ability in others is the true test.” That is so true in this day and age where talent comes and goes, where loyalty is passe’ and attrition, recruitment and retention are challenges […]


Attrition Management – Explained though Case studies(Case Study 1)

Case Study 1 – Trend forecasting (Month on month) for an ITES major. The forecasts were broken up by department and locations. Also, the conditions under which the forecast would not hold true were also articulated (through a causality model) Particulars about the data: – The data was from the employee portal where the exit […]