A few days ago, I asked for some feedback on PCTY in India this week. I came across the following bits from PCTY in India that caught my attention and I thought, "Why not share them with my little monsters blog readers?" (Sorry - too much Lady Gaga on the running trial this week.)
These are all re-Tweets from the Tivoli team in India reporting live this week. If you want to read more about the action from PCTY India, visit http://www.tivoliindia.com and http://ow.ly/29l9X for the entire event wrap up.
Latest Analyst Insights
Industrial Expertise and Technology presented at PCTY in India
Guest speaker, Chetan Bhagat
. I would love to comment on what I think about all this stuff, but I would really like to hear what others think, especially about Mr. Bhagat's idea on studying Humanties, most of the future growth in IT coming out of emerging markets, and business priorities returning to pre-recession status. Comment here or out in the Twitter space with the hashtag #ibmpulse or #tivoliindia.
If you ever read this blog before, you already know that many of the guest celebrity speakers that have joined the Pulse or PCTY agenda have written at least one book. While the subject matter of the books by our guest speakers are mainly biographical with commentary on business, culture, and politics, none of our past speakers have been primarily fiction writers. This makes a lot of sense because we don’t do fiction at Pulse. On the contrary, we make great effort to demonstrate the reality of how Integrated Service Management is helping to build a smarter planet today.
Our colleagues in India are getting innovative with the recipe this week at PCTY in Delhi and Mumbai and are hosting guest speaker Chetan Bhagat, the best selling English language novelist in India’s history.
As a big fan of the first amendment to the US Constitution and the innate desire for humans to communicate thoughts, given the choice between resting idle or reading what is handed to me, I’ll read anything from a toddler’s board book to an electronics catalogue. However, like a moth to the flame, the fiction junkie in me is drawn to made-up stories of all genres. Naturally I am intrigued by the choice in celebrity guest speaker at PCTY India.
If you are lucky enough to attend PCTY in Delhi or Mumbai this week, give us your feedback on anything from the latest analyst insights, industrial expertise, technology and service offerings presented by the Tivoli team in India, and of course guest speaker, Chetan Bhagat, who plans to deliver a satirical speech about, “Riding out the Tough Times.”
I haven’t yet read anything by Mr. Bhagat, but I do know that I care not to ride out any tough time without the accompaniment of satire.